Ribbon cutting held for Oneida MVHS office
ONEIDA – On Friday, Nov. 30, Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of a brand new medical office in the City of Oneida.
The Oneida Medical Office is the first MVHS primary care office to open in Madison County. Dialysis and Lab services will also be provided at this location.
“The Mohawk Valley Health System is committed to improving access to primary care services throughout our region,” said Michael Attilio, MD, vice president, MVHS Medical Group. “Opening a Medical Office in the city of Oneida offers our neighbors in Madison County more options to obtain the care they need more quickly and conveniently.”
“It is my privilege and pleasure as part of MVHS to be able to serve the community of Oneida and surrounding areas where there is a great need for primary care,” said Andrea Finocchiaro, DO, Oneida Medical Office. “I am proud to say we have a hard working, compassionate team here at the Oneida Medical Group. Kristy Russ, our nurse practitioner, has lived in the area her entire life and has many strong ties to the community.”
Oneida Medical Office providers Andrea Finocchiaro, DO, and Kristy Russ, MS, NP-C, are accepting new patients of all ages.
Please call 315-366-3700 to make an appointment. Go online to mvhealthsystem.org/oneida for more information.
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