Since our founding in 1969, St. Camillus’ mission has been to provide high-quality services and facilities emphasizing the rehabilitation of individuals to their maximum potential. The importance of the human spirit drives all we do. We are dedicated to caring for life and helping individuals achieve their highest possible level of independence. As one of the largest rehabilitation facilities in Central New York, The Centers at St. Camillus is widely known for its community of teams which stand firmly – and with great concern and caring – behind each person in our care.

Mission Statement
The Centers at St. Camillus is a non-denominational, not-for-profit organization dedicated to caring for life through a broad range of health care services.

Vision Statement
To be the provider of choice for compassionate and innovative care.

Values

  • Caring – We serve all with kindness and compassion.
  • Commitment – We are driven to achieve excellence as we meet the needs of our customers, organization and community.
  • Respect – We uphold dignity by recognizing the uniqueness of each individual and being considerate to others.
  • Integrity – We are honest, ethical and trustworthy in all that we do.
  • Professionalism – We provide quality service that is responsive and efficient.
  • Innovation – We work together to find new and creative ways of providing services.

Location
St. Camillus is located approximately 3.5 miles west of downtown Syracuse. Click here for directions to St. Camillus. Being centrally located in upstate New York makes travel to St. Camillus easy and convenient. Driving from Buffalo or Albany to Syracuse takes only 2.5 hours, Rochester is just a 1.5 hour ride, Watertown and Utica are only an hour away, and the drive from New York City takes approximately 5.5 hours. Hancock International Airport and the Regional Transportation Center, which accommodates train and bus travelers, are all within 20 minutes of St. Camillus.

St. Camillus de Lellis
The Centers at St. Camillus was named after St. Camillus de Lellis, an Italian priest who is patron of the sick, dying, hospitals and nurses. He lived a life of dedication and tireless concern for the sick. Our facility exemplifies the philosophy and practice of innovative, quality healthcare that was introduced by this Italian priest four centuries ago. We work together to provide the type of care and caring that St. Camillus taught, which is the foundation of our facility today.