Oneida, NY – In January, Oneida Healthcare welcomed two new service lines to its Circle of Care: Oneida Health Podiatry Care and Oneida Health Vascular Care. Though separate services, both operate independently in a newly renovated building located at 125 Fields Drive in Oneida across from the main entrance of the hospital.
Oneida Health Podiatry Care offers treatment of all foot conditions both simple and complex including, but not limited to: diabetic foot care; hammer toe; pain in the feet, heel or toes; plantar fasciitis; tendinitis; bunions; ingrown toenails; and flat foot.
Dr. Kevin Crable, a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, is a highly trained physician specializing in surgical and non-surgical treatments of all foot related conditions. He graduated from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and previously held a 3 year residency at Staten Island University Hospital. He brings to Oneida a strong background in the management of wound care, diabetic foot infection, and limb salvage.
Oneida Health Vascular Care offers non-surgical and surgical treatment of all vascular conditions. Common conditions that are treated, but not limited to, include: carotid artery disease; abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysm; peripheral arterial disease; peripheral arterial aneurysm; dialysis access; and varicose veins.
Dr. Robert Carlin, a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon, received his Doctor of Medicine from SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse and has over 25 years of experience treating patients for vascular related conditions. His clinical interests include minimally invasive surgery, aortic surgery, and venous disease.
He will provide comprehensive care to patients in the management of veins and artery-related conditions. Vascular care is the treatment of the blood vessels in the body, excluding the heart, and is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States.
Both Podiatry and Vascular Care are now accepting new patients. To make an appointment please call 315-361-2205 for Podiatry Care and 315-361-2206 for Vascular Care. For more information, visit oneidahealthcare.org.
About Oneida Healthcare:
Oneida Healthcare serves an area comprised of approximately 29 communities in Madison and western Oneida counties with a population of approximately 100,000. Operated by Oneida Health Systems, Inc, a New York State not-for-profit corporation, the organization includes a 101-bed acute care hospital, 160-bed extended-care and short-term rehab facility as well as a multitude of primary care and speciality care practices. In the fall of 2017, they will be adding on campus oncology programs followed by wound care. To learn more about Oneida Healthcare, visit www.oneidahealthcare.org.