Updated, 3:00, to reflect conversation with SUNY Potsdam’s program coordinator for the MS program in community health.
One of the things that’s interesting about rural life is that everyone you know has the same doctor. Here in the...
Correction: A previous version of this post identified Clifton-Fine as being in Franklin County, when it is in fact located in St. Lawrence County. Thanks, sharp reader, for catching my error!
Happy Tuesday! Graduation rates, flood buyouts, hospital...
Nov 24, 2003 — North Country Congressman John McHugh says he's supporting the Medicare bill in Congress largely because of extra money it gives to rural hospitals. Martha Foley reports. Go to full article
Oct 01, 2003 — More Americans are going without health insurance than last year, according to new census bureau data. New York's uninsured increase was less than other states. But as David Sommerstein reports, the result is people are neglecting their health problems. Go to full article
Jul 31, 2003 — Workers at one of the North Country's biggest hospitals have voted to change unions. Staff at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital in Plattsburgh voted yesterday to join SEIU Local 1199. Brian Mann has details. Go to full article
Jul 23, 2003 — Faced with financial problems, River Hospital of Alexandria Bay is holding a unique kind of fundraiser. Pro-wrestling will bring body slams and double big boots to Bonnie Castle Resort for a charity match on August 9th. Go to full article
Mar 31, 2003 — Dozens of cases of a deadly flu-like illness known as Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome have been reported in the United States. Two cases have been confirmed in northern New York - and more than a hundred across the border in Ontario. Possible exposure to the disease has also ended the season for two National Hockey League players from Buffalo. Brian Mann has details. Go to full article
Oct 02, 2002 — Residents of Alexandria Bay are looking to keep the town's hospital open after Samaritan Health Systems said Monday it would close the facility. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Aug 12, 2002 — One of the country's top bond analysis firms has downgraded the credit rating of Fletcher Allen Hospital, in Burlington. The move follows state and federal inquiries into the hospital's 200 million dollar expansion project. Brian Mann reports: Go to full article
Aug 07, 2002 — The union representing nurses and technicians at EJ Noble Hospital in Gouverneur are holding a candlelight vigil on Friday. The union wants to show support for its 43 members who've been working without a contract since December. Jody Tosti reports. Go to full article
Aug 02, 2002 — State officials in Vermont have joined with Federal investigators looking into the multi-million dollar expansion of Fletcher Allen Hospital in Burlington. As Brian Mann reports, the 1/4 billion dollar project may have skirted state laws. Go to full article