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The SPHP Colleague Care Team  has put together these helpful resources, including everything from assistance finding a health care provider; to arranging transportation, food, and housing needs; to accessing free health screenings; and more.

Help is just one phone call or email away.

Do You Need a Doctor?

Whether you are looking for a primary care provider or a specialist, we have you covered.

Albany Advanced Imaging

Albany ENT & Allergy Services

Albany Gastroenterology Consultants

New York Nephrology and Dialysis Access Surgery(formerly Capital District Renal Physicians)

Emily T. Etzkorn, M.D., at Amsterdam Internal Medicine & Pediatrics

Ellis Medicine

Kennedy Ophthalmology Associates

 

Lawrence Perlmutter, M.D. (ophthalmology)

Perlmutter Dermatology 

Schenectady Pulmonary & Critical Care Services

St. Mary’s Healthcare Amsterdam

St. Peter’s Health Partners

Whitney M. Young Jr., Health Center

Wynantskill Family Medicine

Career Development Corner

Learn about professional growth and development opportunities at
St. Peter’s Health Partners, including college choices and tuition reimbursement.

 

 

Care for Colleagues

Our SPHP/Trinity colleagues and their family members have access to new programs designed to remove barriers to care. We offer confidential online behavioral therapy and related medication management; direct access to colonoscopies; easy access to mammograms; diabetes education and medical nutrition therapy; physical medicine and rehabilitation; and outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy clinics.

Community Resource Guide

Are you looking for a food pantry? Transportation? Other social services or health education resources? Use the social needs self-assessment screening tool and then use the Community Resource Directory link above to create a customized list of free and reduced-cost options near you.

Care Coordinator

For SPHP colleagues and family members who are overwhelmed or need help coordinating their health care or social needs, your SPHP care coordinator is here to help. The coordinator provides education about chronic health conditions and connections to health care services, community resources for financial issues, and so much more.

Helpful Resources 

St. Peter’s Health Partners offers help with stress management, quitting smoking, childcare, a colleague crisis fund, spiritual care, and so much more.

Where to Seek Help

Feeling sick? Visit St. Peter’s Health Partner’s “Think Before You Go” website page to help determine whether you need to visit your doctor, urgent care, or the emergency department.

Cancer Screening Location Guide

Early detection of cancers is key to better treatment outcomes. We have compiled a list of breast cancer screening/mammography and colon cancer screening locations within the IHANY network. Click the link above. This flyer is part of a Care Navigator booklet that also highlights lab locations, urgent care locations, and information on Annual Wellness Visits for Medicare recipients. 

Lab Locations

If you are looking for high-quality laboratory services, including blood draws and tests performed on other lab specimens, review our comprehensive list of lab locations within the IHANY network. Click the link above. This flyer is part of a Care Navigator booklet that also highlights cancer screening locations, urgent care locations, and information on Annual Wellness Visits for Medicare recipients.   

Urgent Care Locations

If you have an illness or injury that needs attention, but is not life- or limb-threatening, use an urgent care facility instead of an emergency department. Here is a list of all urgent care locations affiliated with our IHANY partners. This flyer is part of a Care Navigator booklet that also highlights cancer screening locations, lab locations, and information about Annual Wellness Visits for Medicare recipients. 

Medicare Annual Wellness Visits

Did you know that Medicare will provide an Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) once a year at no cost to you? Learn who is eligible, how to schedule your AWV visit, and what is covered as part of the exam. Plus, see a list of primary care providers. This flyer is part of a Care Navigator booklet that also highlights cancer screening locations, lab locations, and urgent care locations.

Community-Based Health Care Services

We offer several community-based health care services in the Capital Region and beyond. Click on these links to learn about The Community Hospice (offering support and care for people with a life-limiting illness); Palliative Care (relief from pain, the symptoms and the stress of serious illness with a goal of improving quality of life for patients and their families); and Home-Based Primary Care (for individuals who regularly require in-home services or have a physical condition which makes it difficult for them to leave the home).