• 1.Binghamton General Hospital

    10-42 Mitchell Ave

    Binghamton,NY

    1.57 mi

    (1)

    Knee replacement Surgery and recovery care was excellent! nursing staff and therapy staff caring and spent time to listen to patients' needs - tried to meet all recovery instructions as well as provid

  • 2.Greater Binghamton Health Center

    425 Robinson St

    Binghamton,NY

    2.59 mi

  • 3.Breast Center

    33-57 Harrison St

    Johnson City,NY

    3.13 mi

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04/07/2012
By: mrjaye
Binghamton General Hospital
Knee replacement Surgery and recovery care was excellent! nursing staff and therapy staff caring and spent time to listen to patients' needs - tried to meet all recovery instructions as well as providing social activities to keep patients & their families close.
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