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Geneva General Hospital


196 North Street
Geneva, NY 14456

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In an Emergency, call 911 or your local ambulance.


If you have an urgent medical need, the Emergency Department at Geneva General Hospital is here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

One of the most important aspects in the event of an emergency is rapid intake and evaluation by a physician. According to 2015 data on ER wait times from the Federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Geneva General Hospital was ranked as the second fastest in the upstate New York region for being seen most quickly by a physician.

Our mission is to provide unsurpassed quality of care in the most efficient manner possible. We achieve this through the exceptional teamwork demonstrated daily by our nursing and physician staff. 

Learn more about the Emergency Department at Geneva General Hospital.

Geneva General Hospital Emergency Department

Before You Go

When Should I Go to an Emergency Room?

If you think it’s a life-threatening situation, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. This could include:

  • Heavy bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Extreme pain
  • Unconsciousness
  • Head, neck or back injury
  • Pale, cold, and clammy skin
  • Weak and rapid pulse

If you can’t drive safely or it is an extremely urgent situation, we suggest that you use an ambulance to get to the emergency room.

Which Emergency Room Should I Go To?

If you can contact your doctor, they will advise you. If you can’t reach your doctor and are driving yourself, go to the emergency room that is closest to you. If you’re using an ambulance and do not have a specific preference, they will bring you to an emergency room based on its location, your type of emergency, and other factors.