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Winners of the First Annual Emre Umar and Correctional Medical Care Healthcare Scholarships! 

CMC is proud to announce the first class of awardees of the Emre Umar and Correctional Medical Care Future Health Leaders of America Scholarship. Each of these six bright young women is planning on a career in a healthcare field. Out of many very qualified applicants, these six stood out. So congratulations to:

Randi Youboty (Penn State)
Keerthana Senthil (University of Cincinnati)
Anna Rasmussen (Cedar Crest College)
Saniya Singh (The University of the Sciences)
Sydney Lee (University of Pittsburgh)
Kyler Conrad (Kutztown University)

CMC Recognized By Oneida County

On December 4, 2017, Correctional Medical Care/CBH Medical staff were awarded a unit citation by the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office for their hard work and dedication as well as their quick actions when faced with a medical emergency. We’re very proud of our staff and this well-deserved recognition.


 

Going Above and Beyond at Rensselaer County

Lisa Nagel, HSA at CBH Medical and CMC’s Oneida site, wrote a letter of commendation about one of her fellow HSAs. We’re sharing it here as an example of the good work CBH and CMC employees do every day.  

“I am writing with kudos to an HSA at another site. I’d like to recognize Heather, HSA at Rensselaer County. I sent her site my peer review for the providers as well as a couple of other sites. My site neglected to send all of the information required to complete the audit. Heather took the time t call me and let me know that info was missing and even typed up a list for me rather than sending it back as incomplete.  This helps immensely as an incomplete due to documentation not being sent does not help us learn. Heather gave us the opportunity to send the missing documents to receive in return, a complete peer review. This may not seem like a lot, but with the vast amount of responsibilities that each HSA has, this is going above and beyond and is truly appreciated!”

Fast-acting officers save Dutchess County Jail inmate after collapse

An inmate at the Dutchess County Jail has corrections officers at the facility to thank for his life.In the mid-morning of April 30, George Rooney, 56, of Poughkeepsie, was in the exercise yard of his housing unit at the jail when he collapsed in front of other inmates and the unit’s housing officer Read More>

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