Understanding men's health risks is crucial to maintaining a healthy life. Most health threats to men including heart disease, cancer and unintentional injuries are preventable. In your daily routine make healthy lifestyle choices like eating a healthy diet and participating in physical activities. UHS has answers to many questions about men’s health. Click on these links for more information.
Search our directory of physicians. This section includes information on where these doctors attended medical school and completed their residency, as well as their specialties, areas of interest, board certifications, office location (including address and phone number) and website address.
Free telephone referral service
UHS offers a free telephone referral service that provides detailed information on participating members of our medical staff such as their education, board certification, specialties, office location, hours of operation and insurance participation.
Part of our Nurse Direct program, the physician referral service at 607-763-5555 is available to residents of Broome, Tioga, Chenango and Delaware counties everyday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., with live transfers provided Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nurse Direct can also provide you with accurate, reliable medical information that’s free and confidential. To speak with a registered nurse at Nurse Direct, call 607-763-5555 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.
Dunkin' donates $8,658 to the UHS FoundationSeptember 23, 2020
On August 26, Dunkin' held their 2020 Iced Coffee Day and for every iced coffee sold Dunkin' donated one dollar to the UHS Foundation.
UHS becomes key PPE resource for schoolsSeptember 21, 2020
UHS has become a key resource in the Southern Tier’s ongoing battle against COVID-19, with schools across Broome and Tioga counties the most recent beneficiaries.
UHS offers flu shots by appointment onlySeptember 21, 2020
Flu season will be a bit different this year, with the added specter of COVID-19 always on people's minds as fall and winter approach.
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital visits local schools for handwashing experimentSeptember 21, 2020
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital brought its germ-busting equipment to the Walton and Hancock central school districts to show students the proper way to wash their hands.