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Elisabete Sharp, MD has joined Doctors John Sharza and John McGuire, at the Victor Family Practice, 53 W Main St. They are accepting new patients.
Foodlink Mobile Food PantryWednesday, Nov. 5 • 4-6 pmThompson Hospital, Constellation Center for Health and HealingSimilar to a market on wheels, the Foodlink pantry will offer perishable foods, free of charge, to those in need. These items will include breads, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and dairy products. Those accessing the pantry will be asked to sign in – for Foodlink’s count purposes only – and must be at least 18 years of age. There are no income or residency requirements. No ID is required. Food will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, with no guarantee that there will be enough food for all. For more information, call (585) 396-6589.“Change Your Body, Change Your Lifestyle”Thursday, Nov. 13 • 6-7:30 pmThompson Hospital, Constellation Center for Health and HealingThis information session is designed specifically for pre- and post-bariatric surgery patients, with a review of exercise and special fitness needs, as well as menu planning techniques consistent with the Highland Bariatric Center Lifestyle Plan. When you register, you will be assigned to a group, dependent on your personal status (pre- or post-surgery). The cost is $20 per person, with registration online at www.ThompsonHealth.com. For more information, call Linda Rowsick, RD, CD-N, at (585) 396-6285. Support persons are welcome to attend, for an extra $5 fee.World Diabetes Day Community ForumWednesday, Nov. 19 • 4:30-7 pmThompson Hospital, 350 Parrish St., CanandaiguaHealthcare professionals will answer questions and provide tips on managing diabetes at this event, co-sponsored by Thompson Health and St. Mary’s/Benedict’s Parish Health Ministry. Dr. Kyle Perillo, a podiatrist, will speak about diabetes foot care and Registered Dietitian/Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist Linda Rowsick will give a presentation on the glycemic index. A light supper will be served. There is no charge. RSVPs are and required and must be made no later than Nov. 11, by calling (585) 396-6233 or register online.
Exceptional Health Care Services Close to Home
Choose the exceptional care available at the Thompson Health Medical Center in Farmington. Urgent Care, lab draw station, x-ray, rehabilitation and HealthWorks all conveniently located. Read more>>
Fralick Cardiac Rehabilitation and Fitness Center
Thompson Health’s cardiac rehabilitation and pulmonary disease management patients have a wonderful facility to assist them in their journey back to optimum health. Read more>>
Room service offers patients a personalized experience
F.F. Thompson Hospital's Nutritional Services Department recently launched a new initiative - hotel-style room service for hospital inpatients. Read more>>
Digital Mammography with MammoPad®
Experience a more comfortable mammogram with MammoPad® breast cushions! Learn more>>
Compliment Your Caregiver
Thompson Health's star catcher program is a convenient way for you, our customer, to express appreciation for a job well done. Read more>>
A goods night's sleep isn't a dream.
80 to 90% of adults with sleep apnea remain undiagnosed. Take the first step today and share your symptoms with your doctor to determine if you are in need of a sleep study. Read more>>