Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

CORNING HOSPITAL

1 GUTHRIE DRIVE, CORNING, NY 14830
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Same as the national average

Safety

Above the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average

Timliness

Same as the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About CORNING HOSPITAL

1 GUTHRIE DRIVE
CORNING, NY 14830

Guthrie Guthrie Corning Hospital, NY physicians and providers offer comprehensive care in .

Corning Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Steuben County, NY.

Corning Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Corning Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Reviews

I fell asleep on a Friday evening, with the air conditioner blowing on me. By Sunday evening, my breathing was very difficult, and I couldn't hold out till Monday to see my Dr., so my wife drove me to the ER. It felt like I had pneumonia, since I'd had it a couple times before. I saw the ER Dr. in a fairly timely manner (of course, since I had difficulty breathing). I told him what I felt I had. X-rays were taken, and because my pneumonia had developed so quickly, the x-rays didn't show hardly anything, and no one thought to think, outside the box, that (being a retired RN myself), I might actually know what I was talking about! So procedure was followed, and I was admitted, put on IV fluids, and given IV antibiotics for what they thought was a blood infection. In the mean time I had a hard a very hard time trying to breathe, and was coughing, coughing, and more coughing, badly! I really suffered needlessly for days, and was given some relief, when given some morphine, every so often. My blood culture results showed positive for pneumonia, after 3 days of suffering! I was finally put on an IV antibiotic for the pneumonia, and somewhere along the way, I developed acute renal (kidney) failure! I was discharged after 5 days, and later received a $25000 bill!!! (a month ago)

I went into the hospital in a wheelchair and after non medical treatment. I was sent home but i still couldn't stand. Corning hospital answer was,"we don't help you after your discharged from the hospital. " so I had to crawl out of the hospital to my car, while two new York state police waiched me leave. No help from anyone. Worst hospital ever, I will never go back to that hospital again and i will tell anyone willing to listen not to ues Corning hospital, unless you want to get no treatment at all. (4 weeks ago)

I came in with chest pain and shortness of breath and have been waiting in the waiting room for over 2 hours now. My doctor sent me here worried about a pulmonary embolism. Nurse that did triage acted like she didn't care at all and I was just being dramatic. I know I'll be driving to arnot from now on. IRA Davenport is better than this place. Sad. It used to be the best around. (2 months ago)

The doctors and nurses in the birthing place were great when I had my son in July. That is the only reason they are receiving 2 stars. I received a bill from them 2 months ago after paying what we thought was all of the charges from delivering my son. It turns out, Guthrie's billing department was negligent in sending some requested information to my insurance company to process a claim back in August. The insurance company denied the claim, stating they weren't paying and it wasn't my responsibility to pay until the claim was processed with all of the correct information. After months of Guthrie not sending the information to insurance, they decided they should send me the bill. Thankfully, I have a little background in medical billing. I know it is illegal (and completely unethical) to bill a patient for a charge that insurance has deemed not the patient's responsibility. The day I received the bill, I spoke with a rude lady in the business office. She stated the bill would be sent to review. I hear nothing for a month until I receive another bill. I call the business office again. The bill has not been reviewed yet so I decided to call my insurance. They placed me on hold, called Guthrie to formally ask for the information again, reminding them the bill is not my responsibility at this point. Fast forward to now (about 2 weeks later), the charge is still on my account, Guthrie still hasn't sent the requested information and I'm unhappy. I called again and after speaking very firmly with a supervisor about the illegality of the charge on my account, they are finally taking steps to settle the claim with my insurance and my account now reflects that I currently owe nothing. I highly encourage every patient to compare your bills with your explanation of benefits from your insurance before blindly paying Guthrie a penny. They are obviously more interested in getting paid than making sure it is done the legal and correct way. (4 months ago)

My father came into the ER he cut half his finger off. He is on blood thinners so went to the emergency room staff and told them. They made his go sit in the waiting room without looking at his finger and said he would have to wait . We sat 30 mins with his finger bleeding and I told the nurse again he was on blood thinners and was bleeding. No one came out to help. So we went to arnot hospital were they got him right in with a sever finger laceration. They couldn't believe they made him wait. They said he would have lost his finger if he would have waited any longer. Worst staff in history and they may be hearing from my lawyer. I give them zero stars too (3 months ago)

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