Location Profile

Syracuse, New York

Facility Type
Facility Location
Syracuse, New York
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Syracuse, New York. With home health care and community health care options, the facility is able to meet many medical needs. The provider offers post-surgical care, speech therapy, physical therapy, and more than 20 other services to help patients.

Community Overview

The hub of Central New York and once voted one of the best places to raise a family by Forbes, Syracuse is a college town that has amenities for all. From renowned shopping complex Destiny USA to its exciting annual events, it’s a place found charming by the millions who visit it each year. Syracuse is the hub of Central New York and has been rated one of the top places to raise a family by Forbes magazine. There are 26 officially-recognized neighborhoods in the city and several have their own individual districts within them. The business districts located throughout Syracuse add to the vibrancy of the city. From the Little Italy area to Armory Square, there’s specialty shopping and dining everywhere you look. The people are diverse as well, with a wide range of ethnic backgrounds and languages. Each year, Syracuse puts on fun festivals and events celebrating various aspects of the city and its culture. From Winterfest in February to the Lafayette Apple Festival in October, you’ll find something to do with ease.

Learn more about Syracuse at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Syracuse City School District is the local public school district. The district features 14 elementary schools, 6 middle schools, 7 K-8 schools, 5 high schools, and 4 alternative schools/programs. Students in the district are given thorough curriculums and multiple extracurriculars to enhance their educational experience. A highly diverse district, Syracuse broadens student’s horizons with a range of foreign language classes with World Language classes offered in 18 of its schools. After-school programs are available beginning the fall semester to offer a continuing form of engagement and education with topics like STEM, arts, athletics and more. The district in conjunction with The New York State Department of Education Child Nutrition Administration offers free breakfast and lunch to every student in the district. They also operate an educational program, Say Yes to Education, in partnership with Syracuse University to help students in need get the academic advantage they need.

Click here to read more about public schools in Syracuse.
Click here to read about private schools in Syracuse.

Once you find the school you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Shopping isn’t scarce in Syracuse, as it’s home to Destiny USA, a six-story structure and one of the most premier shopping centers in New York State. With over 250 stores and restaurants, the shopping complex regularly sees over 26 million visitors each year. It’s a delightful mix of high-end retail brands and outlet shops with names like Kate Spade, Coach, and Apple. You’ll even find a carousel, movie theatre, go-kart racing, comedy club, and other entertainment destinations at the complex. The rest of Syracuse doesn’t skimp on shopping either as it offers charming local boutiques plus all of your favorite big box stores like Target and Walmart. More fun can be found at Syracuse’s attractions and sites. Browse a large collection of art at the Everson Museum of Art or learn all about the Erie Canal and climb on a real canal boat at the Erie Canal Museum. See over 35,000 square feet worth of exhibits, a planetarium, and IMAX movies at the Museum Milton J Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) or take in the animals at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park -- both provide an educational yet entertaining time for all ages. The Open Hand Theater is a museum and theater that celebrates puppetry from around the world, plus it offers storytime, programs and other enriching programs. For recreational options, you don’t have to look far. Syracuse boasts several mini-golf courses, a climbing center, escape rooms and even a quaint beachside amusement park. You can explore the Baltimore Woods Nature Center, go skiing, take a boat tour and more. Syracuse also offers year-round entertainment for sports fans with basketball and hockey.

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Crime Rate

The crime rate in Syracuse has decreased by nearly 10% and the city is safer than 10% of the rest of the country. With a staff of nearly 500 officers, the police department is focused on making the city safer than ever. Community engagement, crime tip lines and active crime prevention efforts are part of their strategic plan to ensure the safety of all.

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