For those unexpected injuries and illnesses,
Emergency Care You Deserve!
Having not been in an emergency room for more than 20 years, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I found myself in need of some medical care one Sunday morning. While at theOswego Hospital ER, my care was excellent and I was treated with the utmost respect and coutesy by everyone I encountered.
- Jo-Lynn Phillips, Fulton
• A large, comfortable waiting room, staffed 24-hours a day with a customer care representative
• Seventeen treatment rooms, six more than the former ER
• Twelve private rooms, with most having their own flat screen television
• A central cardiac care monitoring system, where physicians and nurses can monitor each patient’s vital signs and cardiac rhythm, as well as see the individual patients in their rooms.
• Two spacious critical care rooms that feature specialized equipment situated on booms to improve efficiency. The booms can be positioned to best meet the care needs of the patient.
• A five-bed sub-acute area for the treatment of nonlife threatening injuries or illnesses
• A pneumatic tube system that quickly sends samples to the third floor laboratory eliminating the need for
• Just down the hall from the ER is the hospital’s medical imaging department, which features a new digital