Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average



Saratoga Hospital has 400+ Doctors, 19+ Locations, and 40+ Specialties, offering a comprehensive range of medical services in Saratoga Springs, NY.

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

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

Saratoga 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 1200 AM – 1159 PM
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


Thought the service was great but after 7 months I'm still getting a bill when I was suppose to be fully covered. Be careful!!!!!! Make sure whoever does your surgery your covered under the hospital and not through a different outside practice. Very upsetting bill! (2 months ago)

If I could give no stars I would. I have never written a review for anything. I am truly disappointed in this hospital. I understand there's policies when it comes to people 18 and older and being suicidal. Though you let a suicidal homicidal 18 year old leave twice in two days. He's cut his wrist, he's taken pills, and he's expressed how he wants to "slaughter them" (them being my mom and her fiance) and you let him leave. You let him out into the world without any help. I understand you can't help someone who doesn't want it but this is a situation that should have been forced to help him. You are what's wrong with our country. The mental health system is gone. With all of the shootings going on, you didn't help someone who expressed they wanted to harm people. You could've helped someone. You didn't. You choose to listen to someone who isn't well mentally instead of listening to what is said by other and what needs to be done. I am ashamed of Saratoga Hospital. If he commits suicide or hurts anyone, the blame will be on you because you did nothing to help a person who needed, even when they couldn't see it themselves. You call yourself doctor's. I call you trash. (5 months ago)

The MHU was pleasing and caring. I got better while there. Nurses are mostly awesome, social worker Sarah was caring & helpful, the techs did a great job with care & teaching. I did wait an unusually long time in the ER. The best i can figure, there were 5 others in the ER but i was there almost 5 hour before i was taken to the unit. Tip of the hat. Nice facility. (8 months ago)

Poor patient experience. Be prepared to wait and spend an extensive amount of time. Staff appears disorganized, doctors giggling with nurses in common areas obviously not discussing work, while patients wait. (2 months ago)

I want to start this by saying EVERY SINGLE nurse I came in contact with was AWESOME! They were all super helpful and super sweet. Very knowledgeable and kind nurses! I went to the ER with a giant abscess on my chest. I never saw an actual doctor, only a PA. This blonde PA completely dismissed me and sent me home with some antibiotics. Not only was she rude but obviously ignorant. One day later I went to my primary for a follow up. My primary took one look at my chest and told me I needed to be admitted. Long story short, I had to have surgery on the abscess. The doctors, if you ever see them, are pretty cool. I saw Doctor Offord and Doctor Bell. They were both VERY nice, knowledgeable, caring and worth the wait. Listen, get better people in the ER! Every patient needs to see an actual doctor at least once. The PAs are nice (Well, Kelly was super nice and really cool but the young blonde one is just a total tool. I wouldn’t trust her to give me a bandage) but if someone is in need enough to visit an emergency room, let them see a doctor. I will NEVER go back to this hospital. I feel bad that the nurses have to work in a place like that. Also, after I was admitted, I told them the medications I had to take daily and guess what?! They flat out REFUSED to give me my antidepressant and my sleep medication. When you tell them you have a headache you get ONE single regular strength Tylenol. Itching? One single Benadryl. Hope you like MULTIPLE people trying MULTIPLE times to put in a simple IV! Hope you enjoy multiple people trying to find a SINGLE vein to draw blood! And I really hope you enjoy medicine being injected into your skin instead of your vein because nobody can do their job! The second floor nurses were so wonderful! They were helpful, caring, kind and they made me feel like I was important. This hospital needs to get that ER in order because it ABSOLUTELY SUCKS. (2 months ago)

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