Serving as a sprint sponsorship for Oswego Health Foundation’s upcoming 5K Run For Your Health event on August 11 is Pathfinder Bank. The 3.1-mile race starts at 8:30 a.m. and is being held on the campus of Seneca Hill, located between Fulton and Oswego, off County Route 57 on Route 45A.
Joining the staff of Oswego Health’s PrimeCare location in Central Square is family practice physician Jill Peterson, DO. Dr. Peterson, an experienced medical provider, most recently provided care at both of Oswego Health’s urgent care locations in Fulton and Central Square.
Area residents interested in learning more about the many benefits of living at Oswego Health’s premier retirement living facility, Springside at Seneca Hill are invited to a free open house.
Welcomed to Oswego Health’s Lakeshore ENT practice is Physician Assistant Deidre Keenan, who has many years of experience providing high-level care.
Oswego Health honored three board members who are stepping down and also thanked its outgoing board chair, during the health system’s annual meeting held June 25.
Oswego Health’s four digital mammography imaging sites recently passed the Mammography Quality Standard Act inspection with 100% compliance, and not one issue or concern was noted on the inspection. The MQSA requires mammography facilities across the nation to meet uniform quality standards.
Oswego Health asks community members to take part in an online survey to better learn needs, behaviors and opportunities to enhance local healthcare services.
The brief online survey is part of a comprehensive community health assessment process undertaken by Oswego Health, which is committed to improving the health status of community residents.
Oswego Health’s annual Oswego Multi-Organ Blood Analysis will be held August 4 in the cafeteria of Leighton Elementary School, located on Buccaneer Boulevard in Oswego. Oswego Health and the Oswego Kiwanis Club are teaming up once again to offer the community this important screening.
The recent graduates of The Manor’s new Certified Nursing Assistant class not only completed the class with high marks, they all passed the required state written and practical examinations, allowing them to become full-time staff members.
The staff of a locally-well-known preschool and childcare business is enabling Oswego Health to provide new patient comforts to Oswego Hospital’s youngest emergency department patients. The employees of the Little Lukes, which provides preschool services and care for infants and toddlers, selected Oswego Hospital to benefit from its Friday jeans days, which raised $12,000.