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Multi-Organ Blood Analysis - Fulton

Multi-Organ Blood Analysis will be held June 2 from 6:30 - 9:30 am at the G. Ray Bodley High School Cafeteria, South Entrance. Deadline to register is Friday, June 1 at 12 noon.

These tests regularly cost more than $340, but we're offering them to y…

Upcoming Events

Co-Occurring Disorder group

The Co Occurring Disorders Group is an out treatment group that meets once weekly to address the particular needs of clients with both mental health and substance abuse issues. This is a discussion oriented group focusing on education about the impac…

The Light

Oswego Health's Behavioral Services Division sponsors a support group each month. The Light meets every other Tuesday from 3 to 4:30 pm. At the Behavioral Services Division at 74 Bunner St., Oswego. For more information on the support group, please c…

Osteoporosis Exercise

RSVP sponsored program. Classes held every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30p.m. and open to the public. At Springside at Seneca Hill, Co Rt 45A in Oswego. For more information, please call 343-5658.

Grief & Loss Support Group

Grief & Loss Support Group meets weekly on Tuesday at Behavioral Health and is taught by Dawn Marie Rung, LMSW. Pre-evaluation is required. Please call 315.326.4100.

To provide support, encouragement and tools toward healing for clients who ar…

Mindfulness Group

The Mindfulness Practice Group is run by Patrick McFalls, LCSW-R. It is an educational, as well as experiential process. Participants will learn to observe thoughts, feelings, and sensations as an ongoing flow of events that do not necessarily need t…

Co-Occurring Disorder group - Women Only

The Co Occurring Disorders Group is an out treatment group that meets once weekly to address the particular needs of clients with both mental health and substance abuse issues. This is a discussion oriented group focusing on education about the impac…

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group (DBT)

DBT is the first of the so call second wave Cognitive Therapy treatments to incorporate mindfulness philosophy into western mental health treatment. It is appropriate for anyone with enduring patterns of relational issues and/or emotional dysregulati…

Anger Management Group

Skills to reduce aggressive behaviors and to understand Anger vs. Aggression, calming techniques.This group is taught by Dawn Marie Rung, LMSW. Pre-evaluation is required. Please call 315.326.4100.

Center for Weight Loss & Surgery Seminar

Let us be a part of your new beginning. Oswego Health’s new bariatric program can lead you on a successful journey enabling you to embrace the healthier lifestyle you desire. Register for one of our free weight loss seminars. All seminars are held in…

National Diabetes Prevention Program

The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a series of free classes offered by Oswego Hospital. It is an evidence based program developed by the CDC to prevent Type 2 Diabetes. It is a year long program with each class lasting 1 hour. For the first …

Osteoporosis Exercise

RSVP sponsored program. Classes held every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30p.m. and open to the public. At Springside at Seneca Hill, Co Rt 45A in Oswego. For more information, please call 343-5658.

Co-Occurring Disorder group

The Co Occurring Disorders Group is an out treatment group that meets once weekly to address the particular needs of clients with both mental health and substance abuse issues. This is a discussion oriented group focusing on education about the impac…

Osteoporosis Exercise

RSVP sponsored program. Classes held every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30p.m. and open to the public. At Springside at Seneca Hill, Co Rt 45A in Oswego. For more information, please call 343-5658.

Please Join Us For A FREE Lunch & Learn titled Come Hear What You Are Missing. Learn about our hearing services and demo the latest products. Oswego Health Audiologist Kathleen Burch has more than 20 years of experience and provides diagnostic ev…

Grief & Loss Support Group

Grief & Loss Support Group meets weekly on Tuesday at Behavioral Health and is taught by Dawn Marie Rung, LMSW. Pre-evaluation is required. Please call 315.326.4100.

To provide support, encouragement and tools toward healing for clients who ar…

Mindfulness Group

The Mindfulness Practice Group is run by Patrick McFalls, LCSW-R. It is an educational, as well as experiential process. Participants will learn to observe thoughts, feelings, and sensations as an ongoing flow of events that do not necessarily need t…

Introduction to Breastfeeding Class

Our introduction to breastfeeding class is held at Oswego Hospital. All aspects of breastfeeding are addressed, including the benefits of breastfeeding, diet, positions for feeding, weaning and much more. Pre-registration is required, and a fee is ch…

Co-Occurring Disorder group - Women Only

The Co Occurring Disorders Group is an out treatment group that meets once weekly to address the particular needs of clients with both mental health and substance abuse issues. This is a discussion oriented group focusing on education about the impac…

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group (DBT)

DBT is the first of the so call second wave Cognitive Therapy treatments to incorporate mindfulness philosophy into western mental health treatment. It is appropriate for anyone with enduring patterns of relational issues and/or emotional dysregulati…

Anger Management Group

Skills to reduce aggressive behaviors and to understand Anger vs. Aggression, calming techniques.This group is taught by Dawn Marie Rung, LMSW. Pre-evaluation is required. Please call 315.326.4100.

National Diabetes Prevention Program

The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a series of free classes offered by Oswego Hospital. It is an evidence based program developed by the CDC to prevent Type 2 Diabetes. It is a year long program with each class lasting 1 hour. For the first …

Osteoporosis Exercise

RSVP sponsored program. Classes held every Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30p.m. and open to the public. At Springside at Seneca Hill, Co Rt 45A in Oswego. For more information, please call 343-5658.