St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to serving the health care needs of those in the Hudson Valley. In January 2002, St. Luke’s Hospital and The Cornwall Hospital merged to create an integrated health care delivery system, providing quality comprehensive health care services. With dedicated staff, modern facilities and state-of-the-art treatment, St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital is committed to meeting the needs of the community and continuing to aspire to excellence.
Each year the organization cares for more than 250,000 patients from around the Hudson Valley. With 1,500 employees, the hospital is one of the largest employers in Orange County. The Newburgh campus was founded in 1874 by women of St. George’s Church. The Cornwall campus was established in 1931.
St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital has more than 300 physicians on staff, representing dozens of medical specialties. Additionally, more than 1,200 clinical and support personnel work at the hospital, making it one of the largest employers in Orange County.
The 242-bed Newburgh campus, located on Dubois Street has a number of service specialties. It is a regional center for neonatology, thanks to its Elaine Kaplan Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The Newburgh campus also provides cardiac rehabilitation, pain management and palliative care, as well as a speech and swallowing center. Additionally, a cardiac catheterization lab opened in February 2005 and has grown tremendously over the last decade to become the Cardiovascular Institute.
The Cornwall campus was founded in 1931 on Laurel Avenue. Today, the Cornwall campus is a thriving outpatient-focused center. This vital and growing community resource offers necessary healthcare access points to area residents for a variety of services. These include Radiation Oncology Services at the Littman Cancer Center, Infusion, Wound Care, Kreisberg Pain Management, Eastern Orange Ambulatory Surgery Center, Physical Therapy, as well as Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.