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08/31/2020

New Urology Practice in Niskayuna is Now Open!

Patients in Schenectady County now have even easier access to CCP’s Urology services! We opened a new urology practice location, Community Care Urology Niskayuna, at the Health Park at 2125 Rover Road, Suite 104.

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08/17/2020

New Equipment at ImageCare Medical Imaging

To diagnose or treat a problem, you first need to be able to see it. That's why it's critical to have not only subspecialized, skilled radiologists, but also the latest medical imaging equipment to provide high-quality images. We are excited about our new equipment installed at several of our ImageCare locations to benefit our patients and practitioners and enhance our diagnostic capabilities at ImageCare further.

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08/10/2020

New Credentials for our Diabetes Educators

The members of the National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (NCBDE) Board of Directors have announced changes to the designation of the certification credentials for diabetes educators. From the start of 2020, the Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) designation has transitioned to Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES).

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07/27/2020

Community Care Recognized by NYS and NCQA – Where Patients Find “Home”

Congratulations to the 26 primary care practices that achieved NYS Patient-Centered Medical Home (NYS PCMH) recognition!

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07/13/2020

Community Care Obstetrics/Gynecology and Midwifery Relocates to Latham

On July 20th, Community Care Obstetrics/Gynecology and Midwifery is moving to 713 Troy-Schenectady Road, Suite 215 in Latham, NY! This location is only a short, 8.4 miles down Route 7 from its current office.

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05/08/2020

Inflammatory Syndrome in Kids and Teens Related to COVID-19

Most children with COVID-19 only experience mild systems, but in some, multi-system inflammatory syndrome associated with COVID-19 occurs and dangerous symptoms present similar to toxic shock syndrome and Kawasaki disease. Call your pediatrician or family doctor immediately if your child has any of these symptoms.

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