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     Although you’ve put a lot of things on hold during the COVID-19 crisis, your health is too important to wait.

    At Rome Memorial Hospital, we’ve examined every process to keep you safe and healthy when you need surgery.

    Your joint or nerve pain never took a pause. If you’re ready to move freely again, we have the highest standards of safety in place.

    We have specialists in spine surgery and joint replacements to provide the vital care you need.

    If you’ve been putting off treatments, tests or surgery, talk to your doctor today to get your health back on track.

    Your health can’t wait.
     
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    Drive-through testing the day before your procedure.

    Reserved entrance & elevator just for you.

    Personal guide to escort you to a private room on our separate unit.

    Mandatory screening at every door.

    Stringent CDC cleaning protocols to protect you.
     

     


  • Outpatient phased approach
    Rome Memorial Hospital is taking a phased approach to resuming vital procedures and outpatient services to ensure that patients can get the care that they need.  We have taken extra precautions to screen patients and staff, redesign our workflows, and disinfect our facilities to provide our patients with the safest environment to ensure that patients get the care that they need without unnecessary delays,
    Hepatitis A clinic moved to MVCC

    Rome Memorial Hospital is relocating its Thursday, May 14th, Hepatitis A vaccination clinic to the Rome Campus of Mohawk Valley Community College due to the overwhelming demand at Tuesday’s clinic, where more than 400 people were immunized in less than two hours. The entrance to the drive-through clinic will be on Bell Road to facilitate traffic flow. The clinic will be held noon to 4 p.m., or until vaccine supplies are depleted. 650 doses of adult vaccine, as well as 100 pediatric doses for those under 19, will be available to those who were potentially exposed to Hepatitis A at LaRoma's in Rome or Camden.


    2020 National Nurses Week
    Leading on the front lines of a pandemic (National Nurses Week May 6-12, 2020) At Rome Memorial Hospital, Amanda Ingham, B.S.N., was promoted to interim nurse manager of the Emergency Department only days before the pandemic became a local reality. Although leading through a rapidly evolving pandemic is challenging, there’s no other team that she’d rather be a part of. 
    Surgeons resume elective procedures

    Surgeons are now able to perform elective procedures at Rome Memorial Hospital as a result of the hospital’s available capacity and the precautions that have been put into place to provide the safest environment for its surgical patients. The hospital submitted the required attestation to the state Friday, May 1, 2020, to resume elective procedures. 

    RMH safely resumes elective procedures
    In collaboration with its physicians, the hospital has developed a plan to safely resume elective procedures by redesigning workflows to test patients for COVID-19 before surgery and designating separate entrances, elevators, units and staff for patients’ enhanced safety.
    Pulmonary Rehabilitation graduate finds a way to pay it forward
    When Tom Kareckas graduated from Rome Memorial Hospital’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation program in 2014, he regained control over his life and started to breathe better. Years later, he’s still active within the program and has found a way to give back.
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