Welcoming You Back

At Syracuse Area Health, providing you with safe care has always been our highest priority. As we resume services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we welcome you back with the reassurance that we are taking every precaution to provide you with the safest healthcare possible. 
If you’ve been delaying care, get the help you need. Putting off important care can put your health—or your life—at risk.

We welcome you back as we resume all services including:

  • Wellness Exams and Regular Clinic Exams
  • Orthopaedics
  • Rehab
  • Preventative Screenings including Endoscopy/Colonoscopy Procedures, Mammograms, and Imaging Services
  • Immunizations
  • Cataract Procedures
  • See our full list of services

Please note our resumed office hours and call today to schedule the appointments or screenings you need:

Syracuse Clinic
Resuming Extended Hours!
Monday – Thursday
7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 a.m. ­– 5:00 p.m.


Weeping Water Clinic
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Syracuse Area Health Hospital and Specialty Clinic

When you return for care, you’ll find additional safety precautions including:

Screening before entering:
Everyone entering Syracuse Area Health will be screened before entering, must use hand sanitizer and wear a mask.

Hand sanitizer:
Hand sanitizer will be at numerous locations throughout the building. Everyone is encouraged to use it frequently, especially after touching shared surfaces.

You will be given either a medical or fabric mask, based on screening questions, to wear during your time at SAH.

Reconfigured waiting rooms:
Waiting rooms have been reconfigured to allow for social distancing—patients should stand six feet apart.

Separated waiting rooms: SAH has internal practices to keep sick patients in separate areas from those who are not sick.

More frequent cleaning:
While we’ve always kept SAH as clean as possible, we have incorporated even stricter and more frequent cleaning practices to disinfect environmental surfaces.

Visitor policy:
One Symptom-free visitor or support person is allowed with each patient. This includes outpatient, clinic, surgery and inpatient.

  • All visitors will be required to wear a fabric mask upon entry and while in the building.
  • Pediatric patients will be allowed both parents, but siblings and other family will not be allowed entry. 
  • Special circumstances for end-of-life care will be evaluated with each situation. 
  • The no visitor policy remains in effect for those patients admitted with isolation precautions.