United Health Services
|Headquarters||Binghamton, United States|
|Area served||Southern Tier area in New York State|
|Key people||Matthew Salanger, President and CEO|
|Products||Health Care Services|
|Revenue||586 million (in 2009)|
|Operating income||10.9 million (in 2009)|
United Health Services (UHS) (United Health Services Hospitals, Inc.) is a regional not-for-profit health care system serving the Greater Binghamton region in the New York State. It is the Southern Tier's largest health care provider. Established about the 1980s, UHS now comprises four general hospitals. UHS also operates 25 primary care centers and 3 walk-in clinics and pediatrics care centers in many locations throughout Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Tioga counties. In addition, its school-based health centers offer primary and preventive care to students in the Binghamton, Norwich, Oxford, Unadilla and Bainbridge-Guilford schools. UHS Wilson Medical Center also provides a residency program. United Health Services is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association's Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program.
UHS is an umbrella organization that oversees
- Four hospitals:
- Walk-in Medicenter.
- UHS Home Care at Ideal.
- UHS Medical Group, a 140-member physician network.
- UHS Home Care.
- Multiple medicine and family practice based care centers.