As a nonprofit healthcare system, Oswego Health invests every penny of income over expenses in caring for the community. Based on a recent report from the Healthcare Association of New York State, Oswego Health, with an annual payroll of $76 million, generated $228 million in economic activity for the region, translating into $28 million in tax dollars generated.
Also, Oswego Health annually provides $18 million as part of a community investment project to provide care to the uninsured, the underinsured and the indigent.
Simply put, we care about our Oswego County community, because it’s our community, and we take pride in ensuring the health and wellness of its residents!
In fact, Oswego Health was recently one of 12 other hospitals across the country selected to be featured in a national short-form documentary series hosted by Dennis Quaid spotlighting frontline heroes and their response and commitment throughout the pandemic.
As a small community healthcare system, to receive this national recognition is truly a proud moment for our staff and a testament to their hard work! Check it out!