• 04 FEB 14
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    Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

    Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease

    February is American Heart Month and it brings awareness that the fight against heart disease still the number one killer in women. Heart disease kills more women each year than all forms of cancer combined. You can make healthy decision and change your lifestyle to help reduce your risk of heart disease. It’s important to

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    • 09 FEB 14
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    Fertility Myths and Misconceptions

    There are many myths and preconceived notions about fertility. It’s important to ask these questions before you start to grow your family.   Aging :  While there is nothing no one can do to stop the ever ticking clock of aging on fertility. Technology has allowed women to freeze their eggs when they are young

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    • 13 FEB 14
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    Don’t Keep Quiet On Urine Incontinence

    Don’t Keep Quiet On Urine Incontinence

    Most women don’t want to talk about incontinence or believe that they could possible have it. If you have every worried about making it to the bathroom in time or that you might wet your pants after sneezing, you should talk with your doctor about incontinence. We understand that incontinence is an embarrassing subject. Don’t

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    • 17 FEB 14
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    Celebrate Women!

    Celebrate Women!

    To beat the Monday blues we thought it be a good idea to celebrate women and all the awesome things that women bodies can do. We tend to focus on what our bodies can’t do and how they don’t look like we wished they looked. We often lose sight of everything that are capable of

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Attention Patients: We have been and continue to take every precaution to keep our patients and staff safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Until further notice, we will continue to restrict visitors from attending patient appointments. We understand, especially for our expecting mothers, that these restrictions may be difficult and untimely. A visitor is only permitted in the following cases:

• Pediatric patients (17 and under) will be allowed one parent
• Any patient requiring physical assistance to get into the building for area of care will be allowed one visitor to assist them until an Oneida Health employee is able to assist, at which point the visitor will be asked to wait in their vehicle or return following the appointment

We thank you for your cooperation as we continue to be diligent in protecting our patients and staff. Please call the office prior to your appointment if you have any questions at 315-363-9380.