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Mexico Health Center to Temporarily Relocate to Oswego

Northern Oswego County Health Services, Inc.’s Mexico Health Center will be temporarily relocated to Oswego Health Center located at 10 George St., Oswego, starting on August 26.

The primary care services of Mexico providers Thomas Hanna, MD and Lorraine Ladd Falanga, NP will be provided at the Oswego location for about six to eight week.

Patients can continue to call the Mexico Health Center office number at (315) 963-4133 to make appointments, or for additional information.

Construction at the Mexico Health Center has been under way, with additional space added to the rear of the health center.

The next phase of the construction project will result in enhancements focused around the patient reception area.

“The construction is going to create a comfortable and welcoming environment for our patients.  We are all very excited to return to the Mexico Health Center and care for our patients in the newly renovated space” said Tricia Clark, director of operations.

NOCHSI operates health centers in Fulton, Mexico, Oswego, Parish, Phoenix, and Pulaski, and five school-based health centers located in the APW, Pulaski and Sandy Creek school districts.

The health centers are family-oriented health care practices that provides Oswego and Southern Jefferson County residents with a variety of comprehensive health care and related services.

NOCHSI is accredited through The Joint Commission (formerly the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations).

All major insurances are accepted, and a sliding fee scale discount program is available for eligible patients.

For additional information contact 298-6564 or visit www.pulaskihealthcenter.org