Emergency Service
Because an accident can happen at any time, we provide emergency service around the clock.

Urgent Care
Urgent Care is available Monday - Thursday, 12 PM to 8 PM and Friday, 10 AM to 6 PM -- perfect for urgent, single-issue visits that don't require a hospital emergency room. In a life-threatening emergency, never waste time pondering the decision. Go to the emergency room or dial 911.

Our radiology department performs diagnostic services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Sleep Center
Approximately 43 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders constantly leaving them feeling tired. There is hope. Sleep disorders can be treated. At Albany Area Hospital & Medical Center, our medical professionals focus on helping patients identify and overcome sleep disorders.

Skilled surgeons perform a variety of procedures in a well-equipped operating room. They utilize the latest techniques and are assisted by specially trained surgical nurses and anesthesia staff.

Rehab Services
Whether you’ve suffered an injury or an illness has impaired your health, our team of skilled physical, occupational and speech therapists can put you on the road to recovery. We treat patients of all ages, in a variety of settings, all with a goal of promoting a lifetime of health and physical fitness.

Albany Area Home Care
Whether caring for newborns, adults, or seniors, the health care professionals of Albany Area Home Care have dedicated their careers to keeping patients in the most comfortable and productive environment for healing - their own homes.

Hospice provides support and care for persons in the last phases of incurable diseases so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

Community Education
Albany Area Hospital's community education programs are designed specifically to provide you with preventative and health education services.

Swing Bed
Swing beds provide an alternative to stay in a long term care facility, allowing patients who meet certain criteria an extended stay in the hospital.

Coumadin Clinic
The Coumadin Clinic helps patients monitor and manage the medication they take to prevent blood clots. Clinic hours are Monday through Thursday mornings. Providers have established guidelines for a registered nurse to check patients’ blood and adjust their dose of warfarin (Coumadin), as well as other medications patients may be taking or need (such as heparin shots or vitamin K, the antidote to Coumadin). For more information, please call 320.845.2157 ext. 6102

Diabetes Education/Diabetes Health Coach
The Diabetes Health Coach method is a person-centered approach to wellness, not just disease management. When you visit the health coach, the certified diabetes educator will get to know you as a person and work with you to create a personalized wellness plan that educates, motivates and empowers you. It is designed to help you find the tools within yourself to make positive changes in your behavior and lifestyles. Coaching appointments are Monday through Thursday afternoons. For more information, please call 320.845.2157 ext. 6102