Behavioral

Bassett’s Department of Psychiatry provides inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care. Bassett Medical Center has an Inpatient Psychiatry Unit that offers psychiatric assessment, evaluation and treatment to adults 18 and over who require acute care hospitalization. Outpatient services include assessment and treatment planning, individual psychotherapy for children and adults, marital therapy and medication management.

Locations that offer this service

Bassett Medical Center, One Atwell Road, Cooperstown
For Outpatient Psychiatry, please use the main entrance of the hospital building. You can park in the main clinic lot and come in through the Fieldstone building, or at the Harrison House and come straight to the psychiatric clinic.

Outpatient psychiatry services are also available at the following network locations:

Hamilton Specialty Services, 10 Eaton St., Hamilton
Cobleskill Regional Hospital, 178 Grandview Drive, Cobleskill
Oneonta Women’s Health, 7 Associate Drive, Oneonta
Bassett Norwich, 55 Calvary Drive, Norwich

To make an appointment:

For Hamilton, Cooperstown, Cobleskill, Norwich, and Oneonta, call (607) 547-3500
Or call 1-800-BASSETT (227-7388)

If you need immediate assistance, go to your nearest Emergency Room.

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One Atwell Road Cooperstown, NY 13326

607-547-3456 : 1-800-BASSETT (227-7388)