It’s no longer about tweaking the health care system, says Chandler Ralph, President and CEO of Adirondack Health.
Over the past two years, two brothers have received the gift of life from anonymous sources.
Homecoming dance raises money for agency
When High Peaks Hospice issued a challenge, Ticonderoga High School students answered.
Keene Supervisor Bill Ferebee reported at the Dec. 10 Public Service Committee meeting that the doctor who had been hired to provide services for the clinic located at the former New York State Police barracks in Westport and the Saranac Lake satellite office had resigned.
On Oct. 31, the Smith House health center at 39 Farrell Road in Willsboro was officially made part of the Elizabethtown Community Hospital family.
Hudson Headwaters wants 10-year deal
Hudson Headwaters Health Network hopes to maintain a presence in the town of Moriah for many years.
Elizabethtown Community Hospital has installed a new CT scanner to enhance the level of service it offers.
Coaches in the Westport community got the chance to learn about head trauma and concussions during a special workshop held by the Westport Health Center’s Dr. Pasqualino Caputo, M.D., Nov. 13.
World Diabetes Day is a global event that unites millions of people trying to get the word out about the dangers of diabetes in more than 160 countries.
Alison Doh-Carter wants people to understand that mental illness is a physical disease.
Runners from 70 to 2 years old showed up at the Westport Central School on Nov. 17 to show support for the Westport Parent Teacher Association for “Fly Like an Eagle” 5K Fun Run/Walk.
Essex County Public Health Preventive Services Nurse, Gina Brandolino, has received the New York State Public Health Works! Honor Roll recognition.
It was a family reunion between people who had never met. However, around the coffee table at Rich and Pam Drollette’s home Nov. 4, people who were once strangers talked as if they were old friends.
North Country Family Health on Route 11 in Champlain is officially part of Hudson Headwaters Health Network.
The Trudeau Institute has announced that it is the recipient of a $229,865 grant to support tuberculosis research from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Health Program.