Adirondack Health is the family of facilities and individuals who have provided sophisticated care to the Adirondack region of northern New York and beyond for the past 100 years. They include: Adirondack Medical Center, Adirondack Medical Center/Lake Placid, Mountain Health Center (Keene), Lake Placid Health Center, Saranac Lake Health Center, Tupper Lake Health Center, Mercy Living Center (Tupper Lake), Uihlein Living Center (Lake Placid) and Adirondack Dental Service (Lake Placid). The highly trained and compassionate individuals who work at these facilities provide a full range of medical, surgical and long-term care services. Adirondack Health is the only full service health system in the Adirondack Park. Adirondack Health is not only the leading provider of healthcare for the residents and visitors of the Adirondack region, it is also the largest private employer in the Adirondack Park. In addition to the physical and social health of the community, Adirondack Health plays a significant role in the economic health of the community. With over 900 full-time employees, Adirondack Health has a $148 million annual impact on the local economy. As a result of these factors, and more, Adirondack Health is a key community institution and an advocate for improving the health and economic well being of the patients, residents, businesses and visitors it serves. Adirondack Health is leading care for a healthy community.
Alice Hyde Medical Center (AHMC) in Malone provides high-quality, low-cost health care to the more than 45,000 residents in the North Country. Focused on primary care, and education, AHMC offers specialty care, which includes renal dialysis, lithotripsy services, laser surgery, cardiac rehabilitation and state-of-the-art cancer treatment and therapeutic radiology. In addition to its Malone campus, Alice Hyde Medical Center operates four family health centers that bring primary and preventive services into the community.