Life at Elizabethtown Community Hospital

Walk the halls of The University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital, its Ticonderoga Campus or one of its six community health centers and you are sure to see a smiling face.

Here’s why:

  • Staff are committed, connected and caring.
  • Opportunities for learning and career growth are supported locally and through The University of Vermont Health Network.
  • Work-life balance is valued and encouraged.

Elizabethtown by the Numbers

Elizabethtown Community Hospital has two campuses and six community-based health centers. At the Elizabethtown, New York location, there is a 25-bed inpatient unit, 24-hour emergency department, and several specialty health clinics; in Ticonderoga, New York, there is a second 24-hour emergency department and additional outpatient clinics.

In 2018 there were:

  • 350 employees
  • 590 hospital admissions
  • 12,950 emergency department visits
  • 27,600 health center visits

Critical Access Hospital

Elizabethtown is the only federally designated critical access hospital north of Albany and east of Lake Ontario. In that capacity, Elizabethtown serves as a rural acute care manager, performing lifesaving services and coordinating the transfer of patients in need of additional and immediate care to other hospitals with which it has agreements in place.

Learn more about Elizabethtown Community Hospital, career opportunities and benefits.