Auburn Community Hospital
Auburn Community Hospital (ACH) is a not-for-profit, 99-bed acute care facility serving a population of approximately 80,000. Our mission is to provide compassionate quality care to our community. Over 95% of the physicians on staff are board certified in at least one specialty.
ACH is the sole provider of acute and general hospital services in Cayuga County and the surrounding areas, located in the Finger Lakes region of Central New York.
Founded in 1878 by a group of community-minded individuals who recognized the growing health care needs of Auburn and Cayuga County, the original 13-bed hospital was called Auburn City Hospital, located at the current site on Lansing Street.
Auburn Community Hospital (ACH) is proud to be a designated smoke-free facility. Smoking has been prohibited in the hospital building for many years, and it has been further regulated by NY State Laws that prohibit smoking within 15 feet of the hospital grounds, entrance and exits. This includes parking facilities, rented buildings, and cars parked on the grounds and is applicable to employees and physicians of ACH, Finger Lakes Center for Living, AMMS, P.C., patients, and visitors.