Now more than ever, it's important to take a proactive role in your health.
Oswego Health offers a variety of services, including health screenings, health and nutrition education, and diabetic counseling throughout Oswego County.
Colon cancer screening
This 30-minute screening could save your life.
Colorectal cancer is the third-most common cause of cancer-related deaths for both men and women. A colonoscopy is the only screening that can help prevent colon cancer. Early detection and proper removal of colon polyps before they have the chance to turn into cancer leads to a 90% survival rate.
Oswego Health's highly trained and knowledgeable team is committed to providing the highest quality of care to patients.
These doctors provide screening and treatment, right in your community:
This procedure is recommended starting at the age of 45 —maybe sooner if you're at high risk.
Our certified diabetes educator offers convenient one-on-one counseling sessions for those needing support for this disease. Our programs are recognized by the American Diabetes Association.
Our diabetes educator offers:
- Insulin pump training
- Health/diabetes education
- Group classes, upon request
- Free support groups
To schedule an appointment, call 315.349.5513.
Do you or someone you know have diabetes? Join our free monthly diabetes support group that is open to all! Led by Certified Diabetes Educators from Oswego Health.
Good nutrition is a cornerstone of good health. That's why Oswego Health offers a variety of nutrition counseling services and resources—whether you're an inpatient, outpatient or a member of the community.
Our expert nutrition counseling services are provided by registered dietitians with degrees in clinical nutrition and dietetics. For more information and to get started on your plan, call 315.349.5679.
Telemedicine is also available upon request.
In addition, we now have an indirect calorimeter, so we can measure the oxygen that the body consumes. Using this measurement, it calculates a patient's resting energy expenditure, commonly referred to as a resting metabolic rate. Our registered dietitian can screen for abnormally low metabolic rates and pinpoint the precise caloric intake required for weight loss, weight maintenance or weight gain.
Call 315.349.5679 to schedule your appointment today or complete this questionnaire to get started.
Nutrition counseling screening form
Oswego Health's certified smoking cessation counselors are ready to help you in your journey to kick the habit. To receive free, confidential help, please call 315.349.5513.
Oswego Health also supports the successful programs offered by Smokefree.gov.
The Butt Stops Here is a program that has helped thousands to stop smoking, including vaping! These virtual programs can help you quit from the comfort of your own home.