Samaritan Medical Center (Watertown, New York) is a 290-bed not-for-profit community medical center, offering a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient healthcare services. From primary and emergency care to highly specialized medical and surgical services, such as cancer treatment, neonatal intensive care, behavioral health and addiction services, and imaging services, Samaritan Medical Center and its team of healthcare professionals proudly serves the medical needs of our civilian and military community. Quality, compassion and safety are basic principles by which exceptional care is delivered at Samaritan.
In addition to the inpatient and outpatient services available at the main hospital and numerous community clinics and satellite testing centers, Samaritan is recognized as the leader in serving the community’s long-term care needs. Samaritan Keep Home, a 272-bed long-term care facility, and Samaritan Summit Village, a 288-bed long-term care and assisted living facility, have established an exceptional reputation for caring for the senior population in northern New York.
Over 180 physicians in 45 different specialties work together with the 2,400+ employees at Samaritan Health to offer a full spectrum of diagnostic and treatment services for people of all ages. We invite you to explore Samaritan’s commitment to serving the healthcare needs of our civilian and military community, as well as our promise to you: to be here whenever and wherever you need us, and to do so with exceptional care and compassion that you and your family deserve.
August 20, 2019
Northern New York Community Foundation Supports Healing Power of Progress Campaign
The Samaritan Medical Center Foundation of Northern New York is pleased to announce that it has received a $150,000 grant from the Northern New York Community Foundation to support the Walker Center for Cancer Care and the Center for Women…
August 14, 2019
Samaritan Medical Center Receives Recognition for Newborn Baby Hepatitis B Vaccination Rates
The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) recognized Samaritan’s Center for Women and Children for its noteworthy dedication to patient safety by adhering to their established policy to administer the first dose of hepatitis B vaccine to newborns prior to hospital discharge,…