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At Ellenville Regional Hospital, one of our guiding principles is to be a good neighbor. Our primary mission as a Critical Access Hospital is to provide exceptional healthcare, but but we go way beyond that. With our continuing and innovative new initiatives, we take steps to keep our neighbors healthier with programs such as:
Syringes, needles and lancets used for managing serious health conditions can be safely disposed of through Ellenville Regional Hospital’s participation in the Ulster County Sharps Program. We collect used sharps on specific dates, designated by Ulster County. The sharps must be in appropriate puncture-proof containers. We also distribute FREE sharps containers to replace the used ones we accept.
2020 dates are March 13, June 22, September 22, and December 9 from 8am – 2pm in the Neil Calman Medical Arts Pavilion
For information, please call (845) 647-6400 ext. 361 or 350.
Improve your driving skills and help lower your insurance premium by participating in our online driving course. Successfully completing our New York State, DMV-approved, internet point and insurance reduction defensive driving program will allow you to reduce four (4) points on your driver’s license and receive a 10% auto insurance rate reduction for the next three (3) years.
No classroom attendance! The course is designed to be as convenient as possible for any schedule. You can access the course any time on your desktop, laptop, or any mobile device and work at your own pace.
Blood Pressure hours 9am – 11am, Specialty Services Department. The first Friday of each month, you can stop in at ERH for a free screening of your blood pressure and glucose levels. No registration or sign-up required.
For information, please call (845) 647-6400 ext. 361
Bereavement Support Group
Grief can be a hard and painful process, but you don’t have to go it alone. We know about the loss of loved ones and our free bereavement groups provide a safe place with caring people who understand and “get it.” Funded by the Jewish Federation of Ulster County and Jewish Family Services.
This group meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 12pm in the Board Room, Main Level. Please call 845-338-2980 for more information.