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What Can You Do This May for Mental Health Awareness Month?

Mental health, a topic that for many years has been associated with a stigma, is just as important now as ever.  People often feel alienated and as if they can’t talk about their mental health condition and that should not be the case.

Here are some ways you can focus on better mental health for yourself this May and beyond.

05/20/19

Crystal Run Healthcare Welcomes Four New Providers to the Practice

Crystal Run Healthcare announces the addition of four new providers to the practice.  Joining Crystal Run Healthcare are:

05/22/19

Justin Conway

Board Certified: 
Sports Medicine, Family Medicine
About Me: 

I grew up hearing stories of my great-grandfather, a doctor in rural Michigan who was very dedicated to his patients. He did house calls and took care of the same families for generations, and was often paid in chickens or other goods. 

Manish S. Noticewala

Manish S. Noticewala
About Me: 

Dating back to my childhood, I have always maintained an admiration for the services that physicians provide. As a child, I recall visiting my pediatrician’s office on many occasions and witnessing the grace with which she navigated through an office full of distressed parents and ill children.

Local Hudson Valley Healthcare Provider Raises Over $2,500 in Donations to Safe Homes of Orange County

On Saturday, May 4th, Crystal Run Healthcare hosted an employee appreciation event inviting employees and their families to enjoy a day of fun. Activities included carnival games, a petting zoo, and a charity ping pong tournament, of which providers, executives and staff competed.  Employees chose to raise money for Safe Homes of Orange County, a local non-profit organization whose mission is to eliminate partner violence, teen dating violence, and human trafficking.

05/23/19

Forms

Crystal Run provides online versions of commonly used forms for the convenience of our patients. Just fill out, print, and fax, mail, or bring the form you need for your next appointment.

Consent Forms:

Patient Caregiver Consent

Medical Release Forms:

Caroline E. Stockert

Specialties: 
Board Certified: 
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
About Me: 

I remember wanting to be a pediatric health care provider as early as elementary school because I received great care from my pediatrician and nurse practitioner. Since I  love science and enjoy helping people, becoming a nurse practitioner was a wonderful way to combine my interests.

Who Is Most At-Risk for Osteoporosis?

It is estimated that more than 53 million Americans are at high risk for osteoporosis or already have the disease.1 People developing this condition may have porous bones, low bone mass, and a high risk of fractures involving the wrist, hip, and spine. Early osteoporosis treatment can help slow the progression of this disease.

05/24/19

Theresa Clearwater

Specialties: 
Board Certified: 
Family Nurse Practitioner
Company Position: 
FNP - Palliative Care
About Me: 

My first job in high school was a nursing assistant at a local nursing home.  It was that job that encouraged me to go to nursing school and with each subsequent role in health care, I knew I wanted to learn more, do more and help more people. 

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