CANANDAIGUA – UR Medicine Thompson Health encourages national board certification for all its nurses and this year celebrated Certified Nurses Day™ on Monday, March 19.
Taste the rainbow with these healthy recipes
Mothers join together in support to share their pregnancy and postpartum struggles and successes
If you're in need of dialysis while being hospitalized at Thompson, you don't need to go far
Dr. Francis Finneran and Dr. Tessa Reisinger join the team
It's important that doctors share new developments with patients
Spring is almost here, and if you’re like me you’re eager to get out of hibernation, get off the couch and get moving.
Bob and Mary Curran might not spend all of their time in the Finger Lakes, but no matter where they are, the two make sure to have a full-time impact.
The latest addition to Thompson Health’s primary care team is Dr. Daniel P. Harris, who joined Macedon Family Practice in September.
In 2006, Mary Jones woke with a headache unlike any she had experienced before.
After a career in database administration, followed by some time as a stay-at-home mom, Karen Godfrey was ready to re-enter the workforce. But she was looking for something different.
Thompson recently completed a 12-bed Observation Unit, the first of its kind in the Finger Lakes region.
When Amy Foy was 36 weeks along in her pregnancy, she and her boyfriend James Stenzel learned the baby girl Amy was carrying was breech. Instead of a vaginal birth, little Paisley Rose would need to arrive via caesarean section.
A shift is occurring in the makeup of those turning to Thompson Hospital for care.
An innovative quality-improvement program developed at UR Medicine Thompson Health has shown dramatic results in making sure patients with potentially serious conditions receive appropriate, timely follow-up care that could save their lives.
After decades of working together in providing health care to Canandaigua and the surrounding area, UR Medicine Thompson Health and the Canandaigua Medical Group (CMG) continue to move toward a formal partnership.
FROM THE newborns in Thompson Hospital’s Birthing Center, to high school seniors eyeing careers in health care, to the residents of the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center, the Thompson Health Guild strives to make a difference in the lives of community members.
Welcome to the fall edition of Partners in Health and Wellness, highlighting the latest news from Thompson, including openings of a new observation unit as well as a new lactation suite. We also just welcomed a new primary care physician and, of course, we have exciting plans for a formal pa…
Endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery provides quick relief and recovery
As a busy summer becomes a memory and we head into fall, many of us are able to get back on track when it comes to a routine. It’s a perfect opportunity to assess where we’re at in terms of our health and wellness, and to take steps to make improvements.
Mammograms and colonoscopies aren't the most comfortable procedures, but they can save your life
The program gives men and women the opportunity to up their wellness game
Treating a hernia is essential before condition becomes critical
The balance and mobility trainer helps to get the most out of therapy sessions
EVAR allows doctors to avoid invasive procedures
As individuals, we really are in control of so many of the things that influence whether we’re healthy or not.