Oswego Hospital’s Behavioral Services Department held a ribbon cutting and open house for its Child and Family Services Program, which has relocated to Fulton. Child and Family Services is now located at 98 N. Second Street. This new site offers expanded patient areas, as well as a new play therapy room and conference room. From left Kris Smith, Oswego Health Director of Human Resources; Joann Allen, Case Manager; Daneen Canale, Office Assistant (partially hidden); Olivia VanSanford, Child and Family Services Manager; Stephanie Taylor, Office Coordinator; Steffani Taft, Office Assistant; Pamela Caraccioli, Oswego Health Board President; Jaye O’Brien, Case Manager, (partially hidden); Robin Brown, Intensive Case Manager; Mihai Simionescu, MD; Jo-An Stone, Intensive Case Manager; Kayli Moody, Case Manager; Tina Stassin, PhD; Ann C. Gilpin, Oswego Health President and CEO; Marija Mutabdzic, MD; Barbara Mettelman, PhD. (hidden); Chystal Abbasi, RN; Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward; Kylie Lacey, FNP; Adam Gagas, Oswego Hospital Board Member; Nancy Deavers, Oswego Hospital Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; Jennifer Finn, LPN; and Kimberly Garrow, Associate Administrator for Behavioral Services. The Oswego Healthcare System includes Oswego Hospital, The Manor at Seneca Hill, a skilled nursing facility; Springside at Seneca Hill, a retirement living community; an urgent care center in Fulton, as well as health services centers in Mexico, Parish and Phoenix. For more information, call (315) 349-5500 or visit oswegohealth.org.