Upstate Family Health Center Ribbon Cutting


A ribbon cutting took place recently at the Upstate Family Health Center, located at 1001 Noyes Street in Utica. The Upstate Family Health Center offers primary care services to people of all ages, including these who had formerly received primary care services through Upstate Cerebral Palsy Community Health and Behavioral Services (CHBS). The experienced and dedicated staff provides the highest level of care, while ensuring that the patient's needs come first.

Services include well child care and immunizations, treatment of chronic medical conditions including diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension, physical exams, gynecological care, preventive services, laboratory and X-rays.

According to Kathleen Dyman, Upstate Family Health Center Board President, "Our offices are a tremendous asset for this community, providing access to quality primary healthcare services for families regardless of their ability to pay.  No one should go without basic health care and we know that our services will make a difference for hundreds of children and adults."

"The opening of the Upstate Family Health Center in West Utica is a tremendous resource as access to quality health care will greatly enhance the quality of life for our residents," commented Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri.  He continues, "I thank the Upstate Family Health Center Board for their continued commitment and support of Utica.”

For more information on the Upstate Family Health Center Inc., including information on its Rome office opening soon at 205 West Dominick Street, please contact (315) 624-9470.

Pictured left to right: Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi, President of the Board of Directors Kathleen Dyman, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and Executive Director Barry White.

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