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Situated in Plattsburgh, New York, Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (CVPH) is a regional medical center accredited by the Joint Commission and licensed by the New York State Department of Health.

The non-profit hospital offers comprehensive patient centered care to the residents of Clinton, Franklin, Essex, and St. Lawrence counties. It strives to provide quality health care services throughout the region.

Operated by Community Providers, Inc., CVPH is licensed as a 341-bed acute care hospital and 54-bed skilled nursing facility. The hospital has been providing a wide range of care options for patients since 1903. It offers outpatient diagnostic, surgical, and renal dialysis services at the Health Plaza on Plaza Boulevard.

For the patients’ convenience, the hospital has two locations for outpatient rehabilitation medicine services - 295 New York Road and 16 Degrandpre Way in Plattsburgh.

Inside the campus is the FitzPatrick Cancer Center, providing complete cancer treatment and care. The skilled nursing facility is located on the 6th floor of the center. The state-of-the-art maternity care facility is provided at Alice T. Miner Center.

The CVPH Health Center provides primary and comprehensive care for adolescents and adults. Various in-patient nursing units - Emergency Care, Dental Care, Wound/Ostomy/Continence Care, Cardiology, Diagnostic Imaging, Pediatric Care, Nutrition Services, and Perioperative Services - are additional services offered.

The Charity Care Program is designed to help people who are unable to pay for services.

With excellent staff and cutting-edge technology, the medical center offers the finest health care to the communities they serve.