Mary White couldn’t walk to the bathroom without getting winded. After a surgery at Rochester General Hospital, she is playing with her grandchildren again.
After an early birth and 22 days in the NICU, baby Abram is home with his family. The Balschmiter family and their medical team share their story.
Over the course of a few months, Rob Pinson went from relatively healthy to undergoing cancer treatment. The staff at the Lipson Cancer Institute were there for him every step of the way.
Deb was going through a tough time after losing her best friend. After enrolling in an ElderONE adult day program, she was able to find support.
After years of trying to become pregnant, Jenn and her husband were expecting a baby. While in labor & delivery, Jenn developed a close bond with one of her nurses: Amy.
Now that Jacky has a new heart, her next adventures are all outdoors.
You could say Chuck Doell is an avid golfer – but it might be an understatement.
Jose Vazquez, a Greece resident, was a New York State trooper for 33 years.
“They basically told me that, you know, in 5-10 years, if you keep going the way you’re going, you’re dead.”
New mom Shannon found a lump in her breast only months after her mammogram, but she wasn't going to let cancer win.
Swollen legs that turned black and blue drove Robert Osborne and his wife to the hospital, where doctors feared he wouldn’t make it through the night.
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September is both National Recovery Month and National Suicide Prevention Month. SLH offers inpatient and outpatient programs and care opportunities throughout St. Lawrence County.