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This time of year, it can be difficult to decide where you should be seen by a healthcare professional. This checklist is intended for use as a quick reference guide that may help you decide where to go for care.
This is flu season, and healthcare professionals are seeing a concerning uptick in cases of influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). The single best way to reduce the risk of seasonal flu and its potentially serious complications is to get vaccinated each year.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to protect yourself from the novel coronavirus and its potentially devastating effects. Learn more and schedule an appointment today.
You can enjoy wintertime without taking risks, even when the temperature dips well below freezing. And while cold weather is nothing new to the Southern Tier, it’s good to remind ourselves just how to cope with snow, ice, a deep-freeze and wind gusts.
The entrance to UHS Wilson Medical Center’s Emergency Department has changed. This change is for the Emergency Department entrance ONLY. The main entrance to UHS Wilson Medical Center remains on Baldwin Street.
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Make blood donation part of holiday plansDecember 02, 2022
As we celebrate the holidays, the American Red Cross is encouraging those who are eligible to give something that can save a life – a blood donation!
Maintain, Don’t Gain this holiday seasonDecember 01, 2022
The average American gains between 1-5 pounds during the holidays. The extra weight can accumulate over time and make it more difficult to get back to a healthy weight.
Take action to avoid getting and spreading the fluNovember 30, 2022
This is flu season, and healthcare professionals are seeing a concerning uptick in cases of influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
Huge crane to work at UHS Wilson site for 5 monthsNovember 29, 2022
The Wilson Project construction site now includes a huge crane that will begin the steel work at the project construction site. The crane’s assembly will impact traffic patterns in the area for four days.