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Based on the guidance from local public health agencies, the Alzheimer’s Association has transitioned its support groups from in-person meetings to gatherings that take place remotely. Staff and … more
ONEIDA — In collaboration with the state Department of Health, Oneida Health announced today it will lift some of its visitor restrictions at the hospital which were initially activated in March … more
NEW HARTFORD — The Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. Development Council will hold its annual Butterfly Release Celebration on Wednesday, July 22 with new ways to participate this year. All are … more
Rome Memorial Hospital is reopening its full complement of rehabilitation services at Chestnut Commons Physical and Occupational Therapy effective June 8, with comprehensive safety precautions to … more
This June, the American Red Cross and Stewart’s Shops will offer a popular New York treat to blood donors who step up to give. For a fifth year, Stewart’s Shops is treating Red Cross blood donors … more
Volunteers are invited to social distance and wear facial masks as they take part in Volunteer Trail Work Day on the Tug Hill Traverse Trail in the heart of Tug Hill from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, … more
Oneida County reported two new deaths related to COVID-19 this weekend as total confirmed cases reached 1,019. Both of the deaths, reported Saturday, were related to nursing homes. The county has had … more
COOPERSTOWN — Douglas Hastings, Chairman of the Bassett Healthcare Network Board of Directors, announced the appointment of Dr. Tommy Ibrahim as the next president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) … more
COOPERSTOWN — As phase one of reopening New York during COVID-19 unfolds, Bassett Healthcare Network has established a new dedicated emotional support helpline, 607-322-0157. The helpline is … more
As the Mohawk Valley region begins the first phase of reopening, Rome Memorial Hospital is taking a phased approach to resuming vital procedures and outpatient services to ensure that patients can … more
COOPERSTOWN — Bassett Healthcare Network is resuming elective outpatient surgeries and non-urgent procedures. In addition, the network is undertaking restoration of the full range of health care … more
Rome Memorial Hospital is relocating its Hepatitis A vaccination clinic this afternoon to the Rome Campus of Mohawk Valley Community College due to the overwhelming demand at Tuesday’s clinic, … more
UTICA — The Oneida County Health Department has learned of additional dates and times worked by a LaRoma’s Pizzeria employee who has tested positive for Hepatitis A. In addition to the Rome … more
Only one-third of adults in New York say they can recognize the signs of a stroke, according to a review of self-reported data by Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. And that’s bad news since every 40 … more
NEW HARTFORD — The Falcon Clinic for Health, Wellness, and Recovery has been following CDC guidelines for sanitation, social distances, disinfection protocols in the workplace, in order to continue … more
WHITESTOWN — The Town of Whitestown will provide cloth masks to residents in need due to the COVID-19 health crisis during a drive-thru distribution of the masks on Thursday, May 14, from 3 to 6 … more
An employee at La Roma Pizzeria, 600 Floyd Ave., has tested positive for Hepatitis A and worked while infectious, possibly exposing restaurant patrons, according to the Oneida County Health … more
UTICA — A raccoon has tested positive for rabies in the Town of Whitestown, according to an announcement on Sunday by the Oneida County Health Department. The raccoon was sent to the state … more
Surgeons are now able to perform elective procedures at Rome Memorial Hospital as a result of the hospital’s available capacity and the precautions that have been put into place to provide the … more
By calling 800-877-8077 New Yorkers who are concerned about breast cancer can reach the Adelphi NY Statewide Hotline & Support Program. The women answering the phones are all breast cancer … more
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