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About Us


For nearly a century, Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, NY, has served the residents of Western Orange County, NY, Pike County, PA, and Northern Sussex County, NJ.  The hospital, part of the Bon Secours Charity Health System, joined WMCHealth in 2015 and serves its community with 122 beds for acute care and medical-surgical services, a 24-hour emergency department, long-term care and rehabilitation, a dedicated bariatric surgery unit, behavioral health and outpatient services.

The hospital is currently in the midst of a $40 million refurbishment project that will include an expanded emergency department, new diagnostic equipment and the development of a medical village in which the hospital will collaborate with community partners to provide healthy living education and vital, primary care services.

Bon Secours Community Hospital Earned an “A” Ratings from Leapfrog

Nationally Ranked Patient Safety Metrics Achieved by Bon Secours Community Hospital  

When facing a medical emergency or diagnosis, it can be critical to have access to comparative hospital data to make informed health care decisions.  Hospitals vary on meeting quality metrics and patient safety standards.  Knowing a hospital makes safety a priority can comfort patients so they can focus on healing.  Bon Secours Community Hospital, in Port Jervis, NY, members of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), have each earned an “A” rating from Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, released by The Leapfrog Group.

The designation recognizes the hospital's efforts in protecting patients from harm and providing quality health care.  Patient safety refers to the efforts of clinical providers to reduce or avoid preventable harm during treatment, as well as the need for strategies to keep health risks as low as possible.  The Safety Grade assigns grades from A-F to hospitals across the country based on their performance in preventing medical errors, injuries, accidents, infections and other damages to patients in their care.

Ratings and Methodology

The Leapfrog Group is an independent national watchdog organization committed to health care quality and safety. Developed under the guidance of a national expert panel, the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades are assigned to over 2,700 acute-care hospitals across the nation twice annually. The Safety Grade uses up to 27 national patient safety measures from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Leapfrog Hospital Survey, and information from other supplemental data sources, to produce a single letter grade representing a hospital’s overall performance in keeping patients safe from preventable harm and medical errors. It is the only hospital ratings program based exclusively on hospitals’ prevention of medical errors and other harms to patients in their care.


Bon Secours Community Hospital
160 East Main Street
P.O. Box 1014
Port Jervis, NY 12771

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Health Matters

Listen to Eileen Delaney RN, BS, System Director of the Occupational Health Department, on WTBQ Radio's “Health Matters.” She discusses the role of Occupational and Employee Health in our hospitals, which includes wellness programs aimed to promote the health and wellbeing of our employees.

Did you ever wonder about what it takes to keep hospitals safe? Listen to WTBQ Radio's “Health Matters” to hear Brian McCabe, System Director of Security, provide a behind the scenes glimpse into the procedures that are in place at WMCHealth's St. Anthony Community Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital and Bon Secours Community Hospital to help ensure safety and security for our patients and visitors.

Thinking about a career in healthcare? Besides nursing, professions can include dietary, housekeeping, pharmacy, lab, security, IT, engineering, marketing and more. Hear Crystal Begins, Human Resources Recruiter, on WTBQ Radio discuss the variety of career opportunities available in healthcare, particularly at WMCHealth’s St. Anthony Community Hospital. 
More information about available positions

If you were ever hospitalized, it is the care you received from your nurses that you likely remember! Listen to Phyllis Yezzo, DNP, RN, SVP, Chief Nursing Executive at WMCHealth, on WTBQ Radio’s “Health Matters.” She describes how WMCHealth’s hospitals place strong emphasis on nursing care. For more information about nursing career opportunities at WMCHealth hospitals, visit wmchealthjobs.org.

Interested in starting your nursing career but not sure where to begin? Listen to Colleen Bardi, RN, System Director of Nursing Education, and Megan Sullivan, RN, Nursing Educator at WMCHealth's St. Anthony Community Hospital, on WTBQ Radio. They will share information about nursing education and CPR classes. Wish to explore the possibilities of a WMCHealth nursing career? Visit wmchealthjobs.org.