Girl Scout Basket 2018

GIFT BASKET PRESENTED TO BABY BORN AT ACHTO COMMEMORATE GIRL SCOUTS’ 106th ANNIVERSARY To commemorate the 106th Anniversary of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Girl Scout Troop 40229 donated a beautiful gift basket. This generous gift was presented by Catherine Gilmore (left) & Adrianna Schwartz (right) to a baby born at ACH on March […]

Little Hats, Big Hearts Auburn Community Hospital (ACH) is privileged to participate in the American Heart Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts initiative. ACH is so grateful for the generosity of our community, as local knitters and crocheters donated more than 200 little red hats this year!Little Hats, Big Hearts helps spread awareness about congenital heart defects – which […]

Auburn Community Hospital Transitions to New FollowMyHealth Patient Portal

ACH is pleased to announce we have switched to a new patient portal as of February 20, 2018. Our new patient portal is hosted by Allscripts and it is called FollowMyHealth. You may already have a FollowMyHealth patient portal account if one of your physicians uses this portal. The exciting thing about FollowMyHealth is that […]

Nurse Recruiter

To actively recruit and retain clinical candidates and develop relationships with nurses and mid-levels by successfully placing qualified candidates in open positions. Recruit, research, interview, qualify and refer nurse candidates for openings within the healthcare system. Develop and maintain network of contacts to help identify and source qualified RN, LPN, NP and PA candidates. Recruit […]

Welcoming Hilary Marsfelder-Clark, CNM to Auburn Obstetrics & Gynecology

Accredited By: the American Midwifery Certification Board Affiliations Member of: both the New York State Association of Licensed Midwives and the American College of Nurse-Midwives SpecialtyObstetrics & Gynecology Biography: Hilary is a life-long resident of upstate NY. After growing up in Weedsport, NY, she went to Syracuse University where she got a Bachelors degree in […]

‘Absolutely no regrets’: 40 years later, Auburn nurse recalls hospital school’s last class

Megan Blarr | Jul 6, 2016 AUBURN — In the early 1970s, Marcellus High School graduate Barbara Perkins had a choice. She could attend a two-year school at a community college to earn a degree in nursing — a decision that was becoming more and more popular among young aspiring nurses at the time […]