About Us

Guthrie, located in north central Pennsylvania and south central New York, is a non-profit integrated health care delivery system that currently includes four hospitals, more than 295 physicians and 175 advanced practice providers, 34 regional provider offices in 22 communities, home health and home care services, and a research institute. Guthrie manages more than 1,000,000 patient visits a year.

Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital

A 254-bed tertiary care referral center, Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa., is the recipient of numerous national awards for the high quality care it provides to patients. The hospital is a Regional Level II Trauma Center, accredited by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation, and is served by Guthrie Air, a regional aeromedical helicopter program. Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital offers a full range of diagnostic, medical and surgical services, including:

Guthrie Corning Hospital

Guthrie Corning Hospital, located in Corning, N.Y., provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and diagnostic services with an integrated team of skilled and compassionate physicians, health care professionals and staff. Our team is dedicated to Guthrie’s mission of improving the health and well-being of our region and is supported by the latest in technology, state-of-the-art health care equipment and electronic medical records.  For more than 110 years, Guthrie Corning Hospital has grown and expanded to provide new and advanced services, the latest technology and modern facilities to meet the needs of the communities we serve opening our new facility in July 2014.

Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital

Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital is a non-profit full-service community hospital that provides inpatient, outpatient, critical care, surgery, radiology, specialized therapies, emergency care and emergency medical transport services. Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital has 35 licensed inpatient beds, 68 skilled nursing beds, 94 personal care beds, and employs the providers of Community Health Associates LLC. Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital serves Bradford and Sullivan counties as well as the surrounding communities. Guthrie Towanda Memorial Hospital's highly trained staff of employees, physicians and volunteers will work closely as a team to provide your health care services, including:

  • Imaging services
  • Medical/surgical services
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • 24-Hour emergency services with 24-hour laboratory, radiology and ultrasound support
  • Ambulatory surgery
  • Cardiology stress testing
  • Laboratory services
  • Rehabilitation - physical and occupational therapy
  • Sub-acute care
  • EMS services

Guthrie Troy Community Hospital

In October 2013, Guthrie Troy Community Hospital opened a new Critical Access hospital in Troy, Pa., offering greater comfort and privacy, and enhanced capabilities for patients and visitors, including:

  • Imaging services
  • Medical/surgical services
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • 24-Hour emergency services with 24-hour laboratory, radiology and ultrasound support
  • Ambulatory surgery
  • Coronary care, cardiology stress testing
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sub-acute care
  • Ventilator management program

Guthrie Medical Group

Guthrie values are founded on the life and work of Donald Guthrie, MD, who came to the booming railroad town of Sayre, Pa. in 1910. After a three-year surgical residency under the exacting tutelage of Drs. Charles a and William Mayo of the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Guthrie began to replicate the Mayo’s multi-specialty group practice model to create the organization that now bears his name.  Guthrie Medical Group is a multi-specialty group practice of more than 295 physicians and 175 advanced practice providers has more than 1,000,000 patient visits each year. With its headquarters in a large medical office complex adjacent to Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, Pa., the regional office network encompasses 34 subspecialty and primary sites in 22 communities throughout Pennsylvania and New York. Guthrie’s primary care network encompasses all of the major population centers in the Twin Tiers and provides easy and convenient access to the best medical care available in the region.

Guthrie Foundation for Education and Research

The Guthrie Foundation for Education and Research is a 501(c)3 and separate entity within the Guthrie Clinic. The Foundation was established in 1942 with an initial gift of $25,000 from Dr. Guthrie. This was prior to governmental funded research and the original charter specified that these funds were to be used to “foster education and research on the Campus of the Robert Packer Hospital”. Since the initial inception, the Foundation has grown and evolved however, still maintains a similar vision to develop, grow and conduct meaningful quality research to improve the lives of patients in the Twin Tiers community. In 2014, under a broader organizational re-structure the Foundation was re-named the Donald Guthrie Foundation however, still maintained its same mission statement. With the re-structure the Foundation is now comprised of the three research departments of clinical research, LEAP testing service and the Institutional Review Board. 

Medical Education

Includes the Mansfield University/Robert Packer Department of Health Sciences -- Nursing Program, the Radiology Technology Program and the Respiratory Therapy Program. These education programs are all co-sponsored by Mansfield University. Other educational programs include the Medical Technology/Medical Laboratory Science Program, and the Medical Education Department.

The Guthrie/Robert Packer Hospital Medical Education Department offers residency programs in family medicine, internal medicine and general surgery. Medical student training is provided for students from affiliated medical schools (SUNY Upstate Medical University, Drexel Medical College, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and Jefferson). The department also offers a three year cardiovascular disease fellowship. Medical Education also offers Continuing Medical Education courses, sponsors Medical Grand Rounds each week, and supports the Guthrie Scholars Program, which offers early acceptance to medical school for exceptional students from surrounding communities

Other Services

Guthrie Home Care, Home Health is licensed in both Pennsylvania and New York and Hospice is licensed in Pennsylvania. Home Care provides various levels of care in the home, based on patient need, including:

  • Nursing care
  • Personal care
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies
  • HomMed monitoring system for patients with chronic conditions
  • Hospice care for terminally ill patients
  • Personal Emergency Response System