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Summer 2014 Life Cycles

Over 150 members of the public attended the Grand Opening/Open House of all new and renovated spaces at both Schuyler Hospital and Seneca View Skilled Nursing Facility on June 20, 2014.
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Mystery Solved, Pain Resolved

Madison Lodge is an energetic 16-year-old who never stops moving. Her whirlwind sports schedule starts each August with swim practice, shifts to basketball in November, and ends with her favorite—softball—in March.

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Gone Fishin’

It’s only March, but Kenneth Theetge, age seventy-five, is looking forward to early May, when he, his grandson, and his next-door neighbor will go fishing for muskies in Waneta Lake.

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Winter 2014 Life Cycles

When Andrew Manzer, president and CEO of Schuyler Hospital, arrived on the scene in 2011, one of the most important discussions he had with the Schuyler Hospital Board of Directors was around the topic of affiliation. “It was clear in New York State and at the national level that small, individual hospitals like ours were not going to remain viable,” says Manzer. “Establishing an affiliation was key for me and for our board, and we started a process within my first month to identify a partner.
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2013 – 2015 Community Service Plan

Schuyler Hospital and Schuyler County Public Health embarked on an 18 month long process to collect data, solicit opinions, facilitate a process and guide a discussion to determine not only what the most pressing problems facing our residents are, but also what can we effectively and efficiently address.
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Spring 2013 Life Cycles

Thanks to a NYS Department of Health HEAL grant, Schuyler Hospital is currently embarking on its most ambitious construction project since perhaps 1972 – when the current facility on the hill was built.
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Community Report 2013

In 2013, thanks to a NYS Department of Health HEAL grant and Foundation support, Schuyler Hospital embarked on its most ambitious construction project since perhaps 1972 – when the current facility on the hill was built.
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Fall 2012 Life Cycles

Schuyler Hospital now has a new advantage when recruiting primary care healthcare professionals to the area. Over the summer, the hospital was approved as a National Health Service Corps (NHSC) site. This designation enables Schuyler Hospital – as a facility located in a Health Professional Shortage Area – to both hire NHSC Scholars and offer loan repayment assistance.
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Summer 2012 Life Cycles

Don’t let the name fool you. While their medical training may be broad-based, general surgeons are highly trained specialists and experts in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the chest, abdomen, and pelvis, including the breasts, esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen.
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