Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

CORTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, INC

134 HOMER AVENUE, CORTLAND, NY 13045
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Medicare Performace Measures

Mortality

Above the national average

Safety

Same as the national average

Readmission

Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average

Timliness

Below the national average

Effectiveness

Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average

About CORTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, INC

134 HOMER AVENUE
CORTLAND, NY 13045

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Cortland Regional Medical Center, Inc is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Cortland County, NY.

Cortland Regional Medical Center, Inc does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Cortland Regional Medical Center, Inc 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

This hospital is a joke. I’ve gone in 3 times and twice came out without them figuring out what was wrong and one was misdiagnosed and the medicine they prescribed me made me worse. (a week ago)

The place to be if you have a serious issue and want a doctor that is unable to diagnose. Not to mention I am on the same insurance plan as my father/same coverage he goes to get a colonoscopy done in Utica pays a 50 dollar co-pay and that's the end of it. I get a colonoscopy done in Cortland pay the 50 dollar co-pay and then receive a bill for what my insurance company just informed me is the maximum amount by law that can be charged to me with my insurance plan. Will never recommend this place to anyone. (a month ago)

I came in for treatment for a UTI. Got right in but was never asked my medical history, or current medication list. I was greeted by a very irate nurse who shoved a urine sample cup at me and told me to go to the toilet. He came in to the room to fetch said cup and was gone without telling me what’s going on or anything. I get fitted with a blood pressure cuff that’s not the right size for my arm. It squeezes so tight it bursts several blood vessels in my arm. Wait an hour. Tech comes in to replace cuff, which tightens two more times, now my arm looks like I’ve had acuptuncture done to it. Burst blood vessels EVERYWHERE now. Doctor comes in and tells me I likely have a UTI. Duh. Leaves without asking my medical history or medications. Nurse comes in and asks if I’m pregnant. Asks if I’m allergic to anything. WRITES DOWN MY ANSWERS ON HER HAND!!!!! Still doesn’t ask about current medications or medical history and leaves. I’ve been waiting another hour for a urine test result and they said they would give me a pill before I leave. I don’t trust them not to give me the wrong pill. Might have to go to urgent care. What a death trap this place is. DONT EVER COME HERE. (3 months ago)

I am very in tune with the hospital at large and usually give honest and good reviews..However not so tonight. We made an appointment for my son to see cardiology for an update on a benign type preexisting condition. So after weeks of waiting we finally get in and he gets 20 mins....and a well lets confirm your insurance and get an EKG? Well a simple review of the insurance and one would find it to be hospital domestic plan for employees...in short COVERED! Second I have gone to my RMP doc and had them done in office in just minutes no problem!! So I feel number one my son was slighted due to being younger which irks me but if they think I will pay a second co-pay for a job that could have and should have been done that day?? NOPE..I have to weigh options now but this is principle, I have used that office but this is ridiculous. When he first had it tested say like 5-7 years back at a specialist in Elmira for younger patients we had that all inside an hour, scan, ekg etc it was fascinating, 1 trip!! Sorry Cortland but this was not up to par....I do not like paying for the same real estate twice. The ball was dropped here. (6 months ago)

Went in thinking I may have a blood clot in my leg, leg was swelling about double size, ultrasound tech spent 25 minutes searching and causing me horrible pain. He left the room and began talking about playing light sabers with his roommate. Emergency room doctor told me I had nothing wrong and pain must be from pulled muscle. Instructed me to go home and take Tylenol as well as ice my leg. Two days later foot and leg was turning black. Went to Upstate, ultrasound tech, within seconds, found an extremely large hematoma. Doctor was surprised Cortland found nothing. Some blood was extracted, doctor prescribed real pain meds. Pain and discomfort was relieved. (6 months ago)

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