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Crown Point Health Center
2679 Main Street
Crown Point, NY 12928

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Elizabethtown Community Hospital's primary care network is the county's central source for preventative, primary care. In addition to the main hospital, ECH operates community health centers in Au Sable Forks, Crown Point, Westport, Wilmington, Willsboro, and Elizabethtown, offering convenient access to primary care throughout the area. The health center in Elizabethtown also houses the hospital's outpatient physical therapy center.

The goal of community-based health centers is to offer established patients an urgent appointment within 24 hours.

Our Health Centers provide:

  • Health Care for all ages.
  • Diagnosis and management of routine health problems (high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, etc.)
  • Health maintenance and screenings including routine exams, pap smears, school/camp/work physicals.
  • Urgent care for injuries and illnesses.
  • A working relationship with a variety of physicians who provide specialty care.

Community Details

Crown Point, NY

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The Town of Crown Point spans more than 80 square miles, but its hamlet is a warm, welcoming small town. Situated directly on the Adirondack Coast, Crown Point connects the Adirondacks to all of New England via the 2011 Lake Champlain Bridge.

Hiking, boating, biking, fishing, paddling, swimming, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, hunting, and bird watching are all out your front door in the Champlain Valley.  Explore Lake Champlain’s 80 islands and 490 square miles of water.  If playing on land is your thing, New York’s Adirondack region offers over 3.1 million acres of public land for a diversity of recreation options.

The Adirondack Coast is nestled tightly between America’s 13th largest lake and the Adirondack Mountains.  Morning sunrises over Lake Champlain and Vermont’s Green Mountains will motivate you to start your day early and explore all the region has to offer.  The pastoral landscape of the valley is back-dropped by the Adirondack High Peaks to the west and rolling hills dominate in every direction.


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