There is a quick and convenient way for Primary Care and OBGYN patients to schedule an appointment.
As we head into the colder months this season, there are steps and behaviors we can take to reduce our risk of getting sick.
Throughout the last year, there have been so many “what if’s.” But one thing is certain – COVID-19 isn’t the only thing that needs attention. The care you needed before is the care you still need today. Whether in person, through video or phone – preventive screenings, essential care and treatment for conditions is safe and accessible.Learn More
Primary care physician Sonia Dar, MD, tells us why you should maintain contact with your primary care provider now more than ever.Read More
Norovirus can wreak havoc with a person’s GI system and has the ability to spread quickly. Melanie Conolly, MD, describes how the virus operates and how best to prevent it.
Frostbite and hypothermia are both associated with very cold weather. While the weather conditions that cause them are the same, their effects on the body are different.
The end of the year will be here sooner than we expect. For people using Flexible Spending Accounts, here are a few ideas of how to use any available funds before they are gone.
As cold weather approaches, flu season is starting to ramp up. Our Infectious Disease specialists have information they want to share about how best to protect your health heading into winter.
A number of illnesses appear to be spreading in pediatric patients. Our experts share what they know about diagnosing and treating them.
Ms. Bansenga has extensive experience in family medicine and providing healthcare to patients throughout their lifespan.
Each school district in New York requires every student to have immunizations against certain diseases. These are the most recent requirements.
People who test positive for monkeypox have several treatments available – in the forms of medication and symptom relief.
Sometimes you or a family member need to see a provider but you may need another option aside from an in-person appointment. This is when ExpressCare can work for you.
With more time spent in the summer heat, there are increased risks of overheating. Know the signs and symptoms of heat-related illnesses and when to seek help.
Ms. Coates may look familiar to people throughout the North Country, as she previously served St. Lawrence Health patients in various locations.
Family Practitioner Leslie Strickland, MD, has returned to St. Lawrence Health and will be practicing at Brasher Falls Primary Care
An important area of medical oversight, antimicrobial stewardship works to help patients, providers, and healthcare systems. Maryrose Laguio-Vila, MD, explains how it works.
Getting the Tdap vaccine is among the most essential immunizations that an individual can receive to protect their immune system.
An effective way to way to protect your children and yourself against measles, mumps, and rubella is through the MMR vaccine.
Even in the heat and humidity of this summer, colds and respiratory viruses seem to be running rampant. Dr. Lalit Jain, MD, explains why.
Chief Medical Officer Tara Gellasch, MD, helps us understand how the COVID-19 vaccines can impact pregnant and breastfeeding women and whether the vaccines are safe.
You may have seen users on TikTok or Instagram sharing a variety of “beauty hacks” like faux freckles or sunscreen contouring. Dermatologist Gian Vinelli, MD, walks us through the dangers of some of these popular trends.
Ms. Fournier said she felt like she was “coming home” when she drove to CPH on her first day of work.
COVID-19 information for the Greater Rochester and Finger Lakes region, including current COVID cases, positivity and hospitalization rates, and guidance about COVID vaccines and boosters
Stay up to date on influenza in your community. You can find information about the number of flu cases, treating symptoms, finding flu shots, how long a flu season lasts, and more.