Gov Cuomo Lists Hospitals That Will Lose DSRIP Funding, St James Not Mentioned

February 26, 2020

ALBANY, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a statement yesterday, listing the names of the hospitals in upstate New York, that will be affected by President Donald Trump’s cuts to the DSRIP funds.

AHI $ 20,930,831
iHANY, Ellis Hospital, AFBHC $ 27,865,422
Albany Medical Center Hospital (AMCH) PPS $ 15,748,286
Southern Tier Rural Integrated Performing Provider System, Inc. (STRIPPS), United Health Services Hospitals, Inc. (UHS) $ 25,110,123
SUNY Upstate; CNY DSRIP Performing Provider System, Inc. $ 18,619,630
Sisters of Charity Hospital of Buffalo, New York, Catholic Medical Partners, Community Partners of WNY $ 5,100,833
Finger Lakes PPS, FLPPS $ 62,754,287
Mohawk Valley PPS; Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital; Bassett Medical Center $ 7,921,320
Erie County Medical Center, ECMC $ 22,505,689
NCI, Samaritan Medical Center $ 8,677,143
Refuah Health Center, Inc., $ 2,525,538
State University of New York at Stony Brook University Hospital, Stony Brook University Hospital $ 21,289,481
Montefiore Medical Center; Hudson Valley Collaborative PPS $ 14,469,921
Westchester Medical Center, WCMC $ 31,054,057
ROS Total $ 284,572,561

St. James Hospital CEO Bryan O’Donovan said earlier this week, that hospital officials in Hornell, are studying the situation, to see if St James will be affected.