Summer is here, and because illness and injury can happen any time, Nathan Littauer Hospital Primary Care offers weekend hours. On Saturdays and Sundays, you can trust your healthcare with the providers you already know and trust. Weekend hours are available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days at Littauer’s Primary Care Center located […]
UNUSUAL TIMING Flu season running late this year in Capital Region By Vanessa Langdon/For The Daily Gazette, April 6, 2016 CAPITAL REGION — Winter started late this year and so did the flu season, according to Megan Helmecke, infection preventionist with Albany Medical Center. The late season flu hitting the Capital Region is more […]
ALBANY, N.Y., December 16, 2014 — Visitation guidelines are being implemented at several regional hospitals to further protect patients from influenza and other infectious diseases. These actions are being taken in response to increasing numbers of cases of influenza (Type A-H3N2) across the state and in this region. The guidelines will be implemented in all […]
Nathan Littauer is seeing a less active flu season this year than in past years, according to Littauer’s Infection Control Specialist, Theresa Klausner, NP. The hospital has not restricted its visitation policy due to flu activity as other local hospitals have recently announced. “So far Nathan Littauer has seen a fairly slow start to the flu season.” stated Cheryl McGrattan, […]
Nathan Littauer held the first day of an annual flu clinic for their employees yesterday. In all, 120 employees chose to get vaccinated. The clinic is free to all employees and will be held 7 days between September 13th and October 5th. Leading the charge is Terri Intilli Klausner, MS, FNP-BC, Board Certified Family Nurse […]
Anyone who is interested in getting the H1N1 vaccination can report to the Gloversville Primary Care Center between the hours of 8:30am and 5:30pm and receive a vaccinationwhich will be according to current DOH guidlines. We are hoping to provide this service to people throughout the month of December.
The latest information on the H1N1 flu.