Schuyler Hospital Announces Temporary Entrance Changes Due to Construction

Schuyler Hospital has announced changes to vehicle access while their main parking lot is paved the week of September 21, 2020.

On Monday and Tuesday, September 21-22, 2020, all traffic to the main parking lot must enter north of Seneca View, via Belle Cornell Drive, and drive around to the front of the hospital by the access road behind the Emergency Department.  Parking will be limited.

Those scheduled for COVID-19 testing at the hospital on Monday should note that testing will be relocated for that day only to the north side of the Emergency Department, under the canopy.  Enter via Belle Cornell Drive and follow the signs to the testing location.

On Wednesday and Thursday, September 23-24, 2020, all traffic to the main parking lot may enter via Steuben Street, but parking will be limited.

If you have questions or need assistance with access from the parking lot, contact Schuyler Hospital at (607) 535-7121 or email


About Schuyler Hospital

Schuyler Hospital, part of Cayuga Health, is a 25-bed critical access hospital, with a 120-bed skilled nursing facility attached. Schuyler Hospital’s main campus – on over-50-acre facilities overlooking breathtaking Seneca Lake – is located in Montour Falls, New York. For 100 years, Schuyler Hospital has been the primary healthcare provider in and around Schuyler County. They have evolved over the years into a network of providers, programs, and services that reaches throughout Schuyler County and into neighboring counties to meet the healthcare needs of a population of over 32,000 residents.

About Cayuga Health

Cayuga Health has two hospitals, Cayuga Medical Center and Schuyler Hospital, as well as a multi-specialty group, Cayuga Medical Associates. Combined employment, including affiliated organizations, is over 2,200 employees. CHS is clinically linked to Mayo Medical Laboratories, Rochester Regional Health for cardiac services, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center for cancer services, and the University of Rochester for neurosciences. It has also teamed up with Family Health Network of Central New York to enhance care in the region. To learn more about the Cayuga Health System, visit

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