Dr. Khan is certified in Psychiatry, General Psychiatry, and Geriatric Psychiatry by the American Board of Medical Specialties, and is further certified in Addiction Medicine.
NPs Gibson and Casselman once collaborated as teacher-student in an educational environment, and are now colleagues working together in a Canton-Potsdam Hospital healthcare facility.
EKCS student Taya Coller’s essay about GH was selected as a winner through the NNY Community Spirit Youth Giving Challenge program.
"Having the opportunity to provide healthcare to area residents during such a difficult time in our history is exciting to me."
The Health Coach Program is a partnership of St. Lawrence Health/CPH, SUNY Potsdam, Clarkson University, and St. Lawrence University.
The Hospital continues to be the only Level III Trauma Center north of the NYS Thruway in the CNY region.
This modification could potentially mean millions of dollars in CAH program reimbursement funding for Massena Hospital.
"I am passionate about providing high quality patient care wherever I work; however, I am strongly drawn to this community because of my background."
Canton-Potsdam, Gouverneur, and Massena hospitals are recognized.
October may be National Physical Therapy (PT) Month, but the therapists say it is also a great time to bring attention to Occupational Therapy (OT).
“Working in a small town setting allows for the development of a stronger doctor-patient connection, as well as with coworkers and the community in general."
Dr. Lichtbroun said the North Country is an excellent place to practice medicine.
He is providing care in the Emergency departments at both Canton-Potsdam, and Gouverneur hospitals.
Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s Main Entrance and Emergency Department Entrance will be moving from their current locations to the rear side of the Hospital on Cottage Street.
“I have lived and worked in St. Lawrence County for many years, and this is home to me,” Dr. Krishnakumar noted.
Doctors Patel and Salehi rely on each other as colleagues, and friends.
September is both National Recovery Month and National Suicide Prevention Month. SLH offers inpatient and outpatient programs and care opportunities throughout St. Lawrence County.
The walk will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at the Remington Trail in Canton.
FNP Smalling began working in the Rheumatology office in 2018 as a Care Coordinator, and returned to school during that time to further her education.
Dr. Devine noted being able to work and live in the North Country has the feeling of being home.