Monday, January 12, 2009

New to the Water

Hudson Headwaters News:

Hudson Headwaters Women’s Care Program Welcomes Kathryn Kernan, CNM




Certified Nurse-Midwife Kathryn Kernan, CNM, MSN, has joined Hudson Headwaters Health Network’s Women’s Care group at the Warrensburg Health Center. With the addition of Ms. Kernan, comprehensive women’s care services are available for women throughout northern Warren County.

Kernan brings many years of experience as a nurse-midwife to the Network including practice in Saratoga Springs and Saranac Lake. She is a graduate of the University of Texas in San Antonio, completed her PNP certificate at the University of Colorado in Denver, and received her MSN degree from Yale University in New Haven, CT.

Kernan joins Dr. Michael Guido (OB/GYN), McKenzie Jones, CNM, Victoria Wirth, CNM, and Kathy Monroe, RN in the Women’s Care group at the Warrensburg Health Center.

For more information or an appointment, please call the Warrensburg Health Center (623-2844). Patients are encouraged to visit the Hudson Headwaters website for details on health centers hours, providers and services available at each center.

Hudson Headwaters Health Network Welcomes Family Physician William Parker, M.D.

Family doctor William Parker, M.D., has joined the Health Center on Broad Street in Glens Falls, and the Moreau Family Health Center of the Hudson Headwaters Health Network.



Dr. Parker began with Hudson Headwaters earlier this year at the Health Center on Broad Street in Glens Falls, and is also available at Moreau Family Health on Route 9. Dr. Parker joined Hudson Headwaters having completed his family medicine residency at the Albany Medical Center. He received his undergraduate degree from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, and earned his medical degree from Upstate Medical University (SUNY), also in Syracuse.

Patients are welcome to schedule an appointment at the Health Center of their choice.

Dr. Parker is joined in the Health Center on Broad Street office by Robert Beaty, M.D., James North, M.D., Noelle Stevens, M.D., (family practice), Irene Flatau, M.D. (pediatrics), Jennifer Rowley (infectious disease) and several physician assistants and nurse practitioners of family, pediatric, and behavioral health. He is joined in the Moreau office by Michael Adams, M.D., Deborah Dittner, FNP, and Donna Finn-Kuo, FNP (family practice) and Glenn Anderson, RPA-C; Irene Flatau, MD and Mary Ann Allen, PNP (pediatrics); and Timothy Culliton, DPM (podiatry).

The Health Center on Broad Street is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 8:30 pm, and 9:00 am – 5:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Moreau Family Health is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, and until 8:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. For more information or an appointment, please call the Moreau Family Health (761-6961). Patients are encouraged to visit the Hudson Headwaters website for details on health centers hours, providers and services available at each center.


Hudson Headwaters Welcomes Family Physicians Slingerland and Parker to its Moreau Family Health Center



Family doctors D. Tucker Slingerland, M.D. and William Parker, M.D., have joined the Moreau Family Health Center of the Hudson Headwaters Health Network.






Dr. Slingerland comes to the region after completing his family practice residency at the Fletcher Allen Health Care/University of Vermont, in Burlington, Vermont. He received his undergraduate degree from Williams College and earned his medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine in the West Indies.

Dr. Slingerland began with Hudson Headwaters earlier this year at the Health Center on Broad Street in Glens Falls, and has now moved his practice full-time to Moreau Family Health. Patients are welcome to follow by simply requesting a record transfer.

Dr. Parker joins Hudson Headwaters having completed his family medicine residency at the Albany Medical Center. He received his undergraduate degree from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, and earned his medical degree from Upstate Medical University (SUNY), also in Syracuse. Patients are welcome to schedule an appointment now.

Drs. Slingerland and Parker are joined in the Moreau office by Michael Adams, M.D., Deborah Dittner, FNP, and Donna Finn-Kuo, FNP (family practice) and Glenn Anderson, RPA-C; Irene Flatau, MD and Mary Ann Allen, PNP (pediatrics); and Timothy Culliton, DPM (podiatry), all of whom welcome patients seeking care at Moreau Family Health.

Moreau Family Health is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, and until 8:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. For more information or an appointment, please call the Moreau Family Health (761-6961). Patients are encouraged to visit the Hudson Headwaters website for details on health centers hours, providers and services available at each center.
Hudson Headwaters is a not-for-profit community-based network of health centers, serving the Adirondack, Lake George and Glens Falls region for nearly 30 years. For more information please call 761-0300 or visit our website: www.hhhn.org

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