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UHS Primary Care Oxford welcomes nurse practitioner Kathleen Anderson 

March 11, 2020

UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital’s Vice President of Service Coordination and Development Chris Kisacky announced that Kathleen Anderson, NP-C has joined the staff at UHS Primary Care in Oxford.

Kathleen is a graduate of the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute in Utica with a Masters in Family Nurse Practitioner.  She has spent the last three years with Team Health as a primary care provider in several local short term care facilities.  Before that, Kathleen worked as a registered professional nurse in the emergency department at Tri-Town Regional Hospital in Sidney.

Kathleen holds a 20 year military career and retired in 2015 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army Medical Department.  She has received many military decorations including four Army Commendation Medals, two National Defense Service Metals, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal and three Army Achievement medals. 

When asked why she enjoys working in a rural setting Kathleen said, “Something about the pace of life that I just like.  I have been a rural provider for most of my career and really find rewards in it.  I am looking forward to meeting the people of Oxford and offering the local medical care that they deserve.”  Kathleen will see patients of all ages at the Oxford clinic located at 21 North Canal Street.  Kathleen commented, “Primary Care is my specialty in Oxford, but I am ready for whatever the community needs.  My experience in the Emergency Room and as a hospitalist has prepared me for this role.  I am just excited to be here.”

To make an appointment with Kathleen Anderson, contact the UHS primary Care office in Oxford by calling 843-9816.

UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital is a member of  United Health Services (UHS), a locally owned, not-for-profit, 926-bed hospital and health care system serving the Greater Binghamton region from more than 60 locations around New York’s Southern Tier.