Your care and comfort come first a Phelps

Providing exceptional care in the Hudson Valley since 1955.

At Phelps, we are dedicated to the care and comfort of all patients and visitors. In order to make your time here smooth and stress-free, we’re happy to share information about receiving treatment or visiting a patient at Phelps Hospital. We provide high-quality service to all of our patients and are dedicated to making your experience the best it can be. Our unique Hospitality Services program provides a warm, personal touch to help you feel comfortable throughout your stay at Phelps Hospital.

Phelps Hospital at sundown
Your destination for care

Phelps Hospital is located on a beautiful 69-acre campus overlooking the Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow, NY. We have 238 beds and we’re dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate care to all of the patients that fill them. Phelps is a not-for-profit hospital and a pillar of the Westchester community. We are devoted to bringing exceptional medical and mental health support to residents of the Hudson Valley and beyond.

Fast facts about Phelps Hospital: 238 beds, 69-acre campus, Baby-Friendly hospital, Lung Cancer Screening Center of Excellence, Diagnostic Screening Center of Excellence, Gold Plus Award for Stroke Care, Breast Imaging Center of Excellence

Phelps Hospitality team

I love Phelps Hospital. They’re kind and caring and the hospital is the cleanest hospital I’ve been in. I live in Staten Island and will never switch. It’s worth the travel.

- Phelps Hospital Patient

For Patients

Meeting our patients’ needs is important to us, and you deserve the best. When you are a patient at Phelps Hospital, you can expect the best. If you have any questions about what to expect during your stay, please contact us at (914)-366-3000.

Grandmother being comforted by her granddaughter who is visiting her in the hospital where she is a patient.
For Visitors

Visits from loved ones are important for a patient’s wellbeing and emotional support. All visitors will be permitted provided they do not place other patients in danger and their presence is in the best interest of the patient.

At Phelps Hospital, we welcome all visitors. We are glad when our patients receive visitors and want to make these visits as comfortable as possible for both the visitor and the patient. Here are some guidelines that will make visits helpful to family members or friends:

  • Visitors are welcome at any time during the patient’s stay, although we request that all respect our quiet hours between 9:00 pm and 5:00 am, as we strive to maintain our healing environment
  • Visitors are also welcome to stay with a family member or friend when they are in the hospital’s Emergency Department, or are here for outpatient services or ambulatory surgery
  • Patients can choose who can and cannot visit them while they are in our healthcare facility without regard to legal relationship, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.
  • Limits on visiting must be reasonable and based on the patient’s medical condition, and will be explained to the patient and to you


Reasons for restricting visitors may include, but are not limited to:

  • The patient requests restrictions or limitations
  • There are safety concerns, such as risk of infection
  • Visiting interferes with the care of other patients, including the need for their rest and/or privacy
  • An existing court order that restricts contact
  • Visitors are disruptive, threatening or violent
  • The patient is in a substance abuse/mental health treatment program that requires limited visiting

Children are welcome to visit a family member, but those under the age of 16 should be supervised by a responsible adult during their visit. Young children are expected to stay with an adult who is responsible for supervising them to ensure a safe and restful environment for the patient, and any other patient(s) sharing their room. Younger children are not excluded by age, but supervising adults are encouraged to keep their visit brief.

Phelps Hospital is located in Sleepy Hollow, a town in Westchester County, NY. It is about 25 miles north of New York City and adjacent to the Hudson River.

By Car: The Phelps campus is at the juncture of Route 9 and Route 117. Travelers from Rockland County may cross the Hudson River using the Tappan Zee Bridge, approximately 3 miles south of campus. Travelers from southern Westchester may take I-87 North or the Sprain Brook Parkway North.

patient-visitor-transportation-car All parking is free of charge.

By Train: Take the Hudson line on the Metro North railroad to either the Tarrytown or Scarborough stop. From Tarrytown, you may take the Local 13 bus. Taxi service is also available from either stop.

patient-visitor-transportation-train For more information, dial 511.

By Bus: The Local 13 Bee line bus stops on the Phelps campus. You may take this bus from Ossining, Tarrytown, Port Chester, Elmsford, White Plains, or the “Platinum Mile” (I-287 through White Plains, Harrison, and Rye).

patient-visitor-transportation-bus For more information, call 914-813-7777.

Our gift shop may be accessed from the main lobby and offers a large variety of accessories, home décor, inspirational items, magazines, snacks, and toiletries. You may also, of course, shop from a selection of lovely gifts to help your loved one get well soon. Available gifts include balloons, cards, gift baskets, and items for new babies and children.

If you are unable to visit your loved one while they are staying with us, we would be happy to deliver your gift for you. Contact us at (914) 366-3174 or (914) 366-3183, Monday – Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm.

We accept all credit cards.

The gift shop is a fundraising project of the Hospital Auxiliary. They also sponsor vendor sales throughout the year featuring discounted accessories, cosmetics, leather goods, and more. The proceeds from these sales benefit Phelps Hospital.

The Cherry Door Thrift Shop
Located in downtown Tarrytown, the Cherry Door Thrift Shop features a large selection of items in nearly new condition. You may find artwork, home décor, small furniture, collectibles, books, or music among the hidden treasures inside. If you are moving or just spring cleaning, visit to see acceptable items for donation. The Thrift Shop is a fundraising project of the Hospital Auxiliary.

36 Main Street
Tarrytown, NY 10591
(914) 631-0470
Tues–Sat, 11 am–4 pm