Little Falls Hospital was founded in 1893 and is a voluntary, not-for-profit healthcare institution. Little Falls Hospital, a proud partner of The Bassett Healthcare Network, is Herkimer County's sole provider of 25 acute, swing and special care beds. Little Falls Hospital offers 24/7 Emergency Services with physicians from Bassett providing medical coverage. The hospital, governed by a voluntary board of trustees, employs approximately 280 full and part-time area residents.

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Each member of the health care team focuses on the patient and participates in a variety of quality improvement activities. These activities help our staff to better provide health services to you and your family members.

With new energy, new technology and a renewed commitment to the community, Little Falls Hospital is raising the standard of local health care with a 24-hour emergency department, staffed by board certified physicians, cutting-edge imaging services, orthopedic services and rehabilitation, and ambulatory (same day) surgery. 

To maintain our level of quality care, each member of our health care team works hard to make certain your stay with us is a pleasant one. We value your perceptions of the services we provide and ask that you offer any suggestions that might make your stay with us more comfortable and convenient.

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140 Burwell Street
Little Falls, NY13365

(315) 823-1000(voice)

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One Atwell Road Cooperstown, NY 13326

607-547-3456 : 1-800-BASSETT (227-7388)