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Primary Care Residency Program Director

NATURE AND SCOPE OF POSITION The Internal Medicine Residency program at Cayuga Medical Center is a primary care program with a considerable focus on community health. Located in a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA), the Residency Program Director will work with residents, faculty, and staff to ensure the program succeeds in achieving its mission to […]

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Adam Law Retires After 28 Years at IthacaMed

Practice Transitions to Cayuga Medical Associates September 1, 2022, Ithaca, New York – Adam Law, who has been treating patients in Ithaca since 1994, is closing his IthacaMed practice and transitioning its primary care, women’s health and endocrinology patient care to Cayuga Medical Associates (CMA). Dr. Law joined CMA, Sept. 1 to oversee a four-month transition of […]

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WYRK Radio Interview: Nursing Resiliency Seminar

John Turner, VP of Public Relations spoke with Clay Moden about the upcoming Nursing Resiliency Seminar. John spoke with Clay about the past year and what all of our nurses have done to continue to perservere and prove how resilient they are. Take a listen to hear more. And if you’re interested in signing up […]

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Health Department Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution and Administration Updates

The Tompkins County Health Department is announcing three COVID-19 vaccination clinics for those currently eligible to receive the vaccine. Healthcare workers and other eligible individuals in Phase 1A (detailed below) can register for clinics at the Shops at Ithaca Mall, 40 Catherwood Road, on January 6th-8th, and can register by visiting the Tompkins County Health Department’s vaccination web page. 1,800 vaccine doses are being distributed through this week’s clinics. Eligibility will continue to expand as more vaccine becomes available and the department’s vaccination web page will continue to be updated as new phases begin. (more…)

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Cayuga Health Prepared to Meet Demand From NYS Expanded COVID-19 Testing Criteria For Essential Workers

Cayuga Health (CH) announced today that they are ready at the Ithaca COVID-19 Sampling Center to meet the additional demand that may be driven by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement that testing for COVID-19 will be made available for all essential workers. This is in addition to individuals who should seek testing because they are symptomatic or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. (more…)

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