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It's sometimes difficult to decide where to go and when to seek care for any of your healthcare concerns—during off hours, or over the weekend. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, start with a virtual visit to talk with a provider.
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Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the best way to protect yourself and your family against the dangerous effects of the disease. Schedule an appointment today for an easy, convenient and free vaccination.
Flu season will be a bit different again this year, with the added specter of COVID-19 on people's minds with the arrival of fall and winter. But it's still vitally important to get your annual flu shot, whether or not you’ve had the COVID vaccine.
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The UHS Addiction Medicine Department offers expert, evidence-based treatment, featuring a highly credentialed staff that includes a board-certified addiction medicine physician, registered nurses, credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselors, and licensed social workers.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and UHS is encouraging women to get screened regularly for the disease. Mammograms at regular intervals can be a woman’s best ally in the early detection of breast cancer.
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The new main entrance to UHS Wilson Medical Center is located on Baldwin Street. Please remember there is free parking, across the street from the entrance, in the Gateway Parking Lot.
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  • URGENT UPDATE: Temporary Suspension of Visitation
    October 16, 2021

    UHS Hospitals remain committed to ensuring the best care for our patients, while ensuring staff, patient and visitor safety during the unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19. Effective October 16, all visitation is suspended except as outlined below (see Visitor Restriction Exceptions).  These restrictions are in place for all areas of UHS Wilson Medical Center, UHS Binghamton General Hospital and all UHS Primary & Specialty Care locations.

  • Shed your Meds on National Drug Take Back Day
    October 14, 2021

    Clear your cabinet and ‘Shed the Meds’ for National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 23 at the Broome County Health Department (255 Front Street, Binghamton) from 9am - 2pm.

Upcoming Classes & Events

  • Prenatal Breastfeeding (Single Class)
    This one-night class is designed for the woman who has chosen to breastfeed her baby or for the woman who is undecided about what feeding method is right for her. Prenatal preparation, getting started...
  • Getting Ready for Baby (Single Class)
    This one-night class offers an overview of the essentials of newborn care including bathing, diapering, breastfeeding, circumcision, cord care and more. Opportunities to practice baby care skills are...
  • Post-Cancer Treatment Wellness Support Group
    Post-Cancer Treatment Wellness Support Group meets the second Tuesday of every month from 5:30-6:30PM at 30 Harrison Street, JC, NY. Located in the Radiation Oncology conference room. Entrance locate...
  • Newly Diagnosed and Receiving Treatment Cancer Support Group
    Newly Diagnosed and Receiving Treatment Cancer Support Group, to meet the second Thursday of each month from 5:30-6:30pm. Located at 30 Harrison Street, JC, NY in the Radiation Oncology Conference Ro...