Ambulance Services - Program
Cazenovia Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps
106 Nelson Street
Offers Advanced Life Support (ALS) emergency transport. Provides non-emergency services including: Blood pressure checks. First Aid Care. CPR and First Aid Training. EMT Advisement. Equipment Loan including crutches, walkers, wheelchairs and commodes. Offers volunteer opportunities.
Medical and Dental Care - Utica - Program
1651 Oneida Street
Provides primary medical and dental care services for all ages. Well-baby check ups Immunizations, preventative medicine, social services Diabetes and pre-diabetes disease management Physical exams for work and school Dental exams, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, crown and bridge, dentures Behavioral Health services available for medical patients*Does not provide pre-natal care.
Medical Care - Ilion - Program
55 Central Plaza
Provides primary medical care for all ages. Well-baby check ups Immunizations, preventative medicine, social services Diabetes and pre-diabetes disease management Physical exams for work and school Behavioral Health services available for medical patients*Provides referrals to dental care at another location.
Herkimer Health Center - Program
Bassett Healthcare Network
321 East Albany Street
Provides medical services, including: Pediatrics Internal medicine Geriatrics Prenatal Care Assistance Program (PCAP) Women's Health Medical and surgical specialties Imaging and X-ray services Mammography
Cancer Services Program of the Central Region - Agency
125 Main Street
Provides a preventive health program that offers education, screening, referral and follow-up for individuals without insurance coverage. Clinics provide breast screening and cervical screening for women ages 40 years and older and colorectal testing for men and women ages 45 years and older. Services include pelvic exams, clinical breast exams, mommogreams, and take-home colorectal cancer screening kits and provides diagnostic testing for positive screenings.
Upstate COVID-19 Hotline - Program
SUNY Upstate Medical University
750 East Adams Street
Provides a volunteer-staffed regional triage line dedicated to coronavirus-related questions and concerns. Anyone showing possible symptoms, or may have had an exposure to someone diagnosed with a positive case of COVID-19, would call this line to be guided on next steps. Volunteers are from across the Upstate campuses, and a health care provider will be available at all times to assist with triaging calls.