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Five Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do at the UVMHN-ECH Ticonderoga Campus

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Five things you didn’t know you could do at The UVM Health Network -Elizabethtown Community Hospital Ticonderoga Campus

You probably know about the 24-hour emergency department -- and the construction of a new primary care center -- but did you know you have access to:

  1. 1. Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy – Five Days a Week

  2. When you've had health problems that make it hard to move around and perform everyday tasks, the highly skilled team at The UVM Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital Ticonderoga Campus can help improve and restore your well-being through a physical therapy and rehabilitation program designed just for you. Contact us for more information about the outpatient rehabilitation program at (518) 873-2408.
  3. 2. Bloodwork

Our laboratory department, staffed by New York State-licensed clinical laboratory technologists, provides diagnostic testing information to health care professionals in accordance with state and national standards. You don't need an appointment for lab tests, only a provider's order. Walk-ins are welcome at our Ticonderoga during operating hours

  1. 3. MRI

  2. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive radiology imaging exam that aids physicians in diagnosing and treating medical conditions. MRI uses a powerful magnet, pulsed radio frequency waves and specialized computer software to produce detailed images of internal organs, soft tissues and bone.

    We offer high quality Mobile MRI services at our Ticonderoga Campus every Monday and Tuesday. Call to schedule an appointment: (518) 585-3758.
     

  3. 4. Endoscopy/colonoscopy

  4. We offer a monthly outpatient endoscopy clinic at the Ticonderoga Campus, making it easier to receive screening colonoscopies, and diagnostic and treatment consultation services close to home. Dr. Cassone, of Gatroenterology Specialists of Plattsburgh, offers a monthly colorectal screening clinic at the Ticonderoga Campus. For more information, please call (518) 873-6377.

5. Infusion

Our compassionate and highly trained nurses can provide your biotherapy infusions close to home. Immunotherapy, biotherapy and IV hydration can be provided on site with a provider's order. Please contact (518) 585-3727 for more information.