About Rome Memorial Hospital
Mission: To provide quality care with compassion
President/Chief Executive Officer: David Lundquist
Main campus: 1500 N. James St., Rome
Year founded: 1887
Rome Memorial Hospital is a non-profit health care system based in Rome, N.Y., providing services to patients throughout Central New York. From primary and specialty care to long-term care, Rome Memorial Hospital delivers quality, compassionate medical care for every stage of life.
With its specialized Senior Behavioral Health Unit and Residential Health Care Facility, the hospital has become recognized as a valuable resource for senior services. Ranked among the top 20 percent of skilled nursing facilities for three consecutive years, the hospital has earned special designation as a Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders facility for providing quality care for older adult patients.
The hospital is an affiliate of St. Joseph’s Health.
Acute care beds: 130
Skilled nursing beds: 80
Employees: 1,027 full, part-time and per diem employees
Volunteers: 125 donating more than 11,000 hours annually
2017 inpatient admissions: 4,010
2017 emergency department visits: 31,014
2017 outpatient visits: 165,145
2017 primary care and clinic visits: 83,945
2017 surgery cases: 2,096
2017 deliveries: 560
2018 total operating expenses: $83.1 Million
2018 payroll and benefits: $48.4 million
Economic impact: $134 million