About Mohawk Valley Health System
Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH) and St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) affiliated as the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) in March 2014. MVHS is governed by a single, 18-member board of directors, with nine members from FSLH’s board and nine from SEMC’s board. The system is operated by a single management team.
MVHS serves the geographic area of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison counties and is an integrated delivery system with 4,050 full-time equivalent employees and a combined operating budget of $537 million.
The MVHS Medical Group offers 19 primary care offices located throughout Oneida and Herkimer counties, a Children’s Health Center, Women’s Health Center and multi-specialty providers including general, orthopedic, vascular and cardiac and thoracic surgery, gastroenterology and advanced endoscopy, and neuro sciences. The Sister Rose Vincent Family Medicine Center provides patient care services and is also a teaching facility for new physicians.
Both hospitals accept all major insurances and have designated financial assistance programs to help provide for individuals without insurance.
Our affiliation enhances services for the residents of the Mohawk Valley through greater collaboration and improved clinical quality for patient and resident care. As a large system, MVHS has much to offer when recruiting new physicians. SEMC is a Catholic hospital, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities.
About St. Elizabeth Medical Center
St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) includes two campuses with 202 acute care beds.
SEMC also includes the Sister Rose Vincent Elizabeth Family Medicine Center which provides patient care services for the whole family and is also a teaching facility for new physicians. St. Elizabeth Home Care serves patients in their homes and St. Elizabeth Health Support Services offers respiratory services and durable medical equipment to patients in their homes.
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