Southern Tier Health Care System, Inc.
Allegany County Health Department provides necessary services to the residents of Allegany County, New York. The mission of the department is to "educate, motivate and empower Allegany County residents to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles." A few of the services offered by the department are environmental health, health education, reproductive health, the WIC program, children's services, and various types of health-related clinics.
Cattaraugus County Health Department is an entity of Cattaraugus County government whose mission is "to use the combined forces of scientific knowledge, professional skills, individual commitment, community support and political desire to control disease, prevent injuries, promote and encourage healthy behaviors and assure the quality and accessibility of health services. To accomplish this mission, the department offers services of varying degrees such as childhood development services, the WIC program, preventive medical services, reproductive services, emergency medical services, environmental health services, and home care services.
Cuba Memorial Hospital is a not for profit Critical Access Hospital located in Cuba, Allegany County, New York. Founded in 1923 as the "Soldiers and Sailors Home", the organization has evolved to meet the changing health care needs of the region. In the year 2000, the hospital opened a dental clinic, the Urgent Care Center expansion was completed in 2003, the Andover Dental Clinic was acquired in 2004, and a Continuing Care Retirement Community is currently being planned. Cuba Memorial Hospital provides necessary services such as radiology, long term residential care, acute care admission, rehabilitation services, laboratory services, and palliative care.
HomeCare & Hospice is a non-profit agency offering alternative hospice services in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Genesee and Wyoming counties. The Medicare-certified Hospice program provides essential health services to all age groups. The staff is trained, screened and supervised to serve beyond New York State care requirements, providing a greater quality of care to the elderly, disabled, recovering patients and those with long-term disabilities or illnesses. Additionally, their licensed home care program provides a wide variety of in-home medical care in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming counties. HomeCare & Hospice has a staff of more than 200 professionally screened, trained, and supervised personnel and is has headquarters in Olean, New York.
Jones Memorial Hospital, located in beautiful southwestern New York State, is a 70-bed acute care facility serving all of Allegany County, as well as western Steuben County and northern Potter County, PA. Truly a community hospital; JMH is committed to continuously raising quality and safety to higher levels and providing top quality healthcare in a hometown community setting.
Lutheran Social Services offers skilled nursing, assisted living, elderly care and youth assistance to the Southern Tier of New York State. The 123-acre campus is owned and operated by the Upstate New York Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The campus provides support to troubled youth, healthy retirees and those in need of skilled nursing and rehabilitative services. More than 600 licensed care-givers help run the off-campus subsidized housing, apartments and youth boarding homes, as well as provide care to all residents.
Olean General Hospital is a not-for-profit, 186-bed acute care hospital with a service area consisting of 100,000 individuals residing in Cattaraugus and Allegany Counties in New York, and McKean and Potter Counties in Pennsylvania. Olean General Hospital continues to expand and lead the health care activities in Cattaraugus County due to a progressive Board of Directors, an involved medical staff, a dedicated group of managers, and an Auxiliary organization that is steadfast in its support of the hospital. Most importantly, the nurses and staff at the hospital are well-qualified, highly trained, compassionate and devoted professionals that provide the highest level of care to the patients.
Olean Medical Group (OMG) is the leading multispecialty group in the Southern Tier of Western New York. Employees and physicians work together at the main location in Olean, as well as the four satellite offices in Franklinville, Cuba, Ellicottville and the Diabetes Center in Olean. With a 65 year history in the community, 35 physicians, and over 200 employees, Olean Medical Group is ranked third in Western New York amongst all medical groups. OMG is a limited liability partnership operated through the combined efforts of the Board Members and Officers and Administration. The group responds to the challenges of today's healthcare environment by offering 20 specialty services, some of which include Cardiology, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Neurology and Surgery.
StarFlight, Inc. is a medical aviation service jointly operated by the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Department and W.C.A. Services Corporation. Its helicopters generally provide services within a 75 mile radius of its headquarters in Jamestown, New York. Each flight is staffed with a pilot, co-pilot, physician, and nurse. StarFlight, Inc. also provides assistance to neighboring counties whose medical helicopters were on another mission or for more serious incidents and more than one aircraft is necessary.
Trans Am Ambulance Service is a New York State Department of Health certified Ambulance Service authorized to provide service throughout Cattaraugus County and neighboring communities. The ambulance fleet consists of nine ALS ambulances stationed at the Olean, New York headquarters. Also, Trans Am provides wheelchair services in Erie, Wyoming, Allegany, and Cattaraugus Counties with five State Department of Transportation inspected wheelchair vans that are clean and well maintained at all times. Trans Am is staffed by well trained and highly professional Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, and Nurses.
The Resource Center, located in Jamestown New York, is a chapter of NYSARC, Inc., formerly known as the New York State Association for Retarded Children. The center is a not-for-profit organization that focuses on providing services to persons and families with any and all disabilities, as well as with many other types of disadvantages. The Resource Center offers an array of services, including full-time day services, clinical services, and services delivered in the home or school.
WCA Hospital provides regional health care throughout the rural areas of southwestern New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. WCA works to improve the health and wellness