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     Although you’ve put a lot of things on hold during the COVID-19 crisis, your health is too important to wait.

    At Rome Health, we’ve examined every process to keep you safe and healthy when you need surgery.

    Your joint or nerve pain never took a pause. If you’re ready to move freely again, we have the highest standards of safety in place.

    We have specialists in spine surgery and joint replacements to provide the vital care you need.

    If you’ve been putting off treatments, tests or surgery, talk to your doctor today to get your health back on track.

    Your health can’t wait.
     
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    Mandatory screening at every door.

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  • Surgical Specialists welcomes Dr. Mark Williams
    General surgeon Mark Williams, M.D., FACS, is accepting new patients at Rome Health Surgical Specialists, located at 267 Avery Lane, Suite 300, at the Griffiss Business & Technology Park in Rome.
    AnneMarie Walker-Czyz named CEO
    AnneMarie Walker-Czyz, RN, Ed. D., NEA-BC, has been selected as Rome Health’s full-time President/Chief Executive Officer. She is a trusted leader with over two decades of service to St. Joseph’s Health. In addition to her role as Chief Nursing Officer, she served as the Vice President of Clinical and Educational Services and Chief Operating Officer.
    Surgical Specialists welcomes Dr. Samuel Molica

    Rome Health Surgical Specialists welcomes Dr. Samuel Molica General surgeon Samuel Molica, D.O. is accepting new patients at Rome Health Surgical Specialists, located at 267 Avery Lane, Suite 300, at the Griffiss Business & Technology Park in Rome. 

    Nursing home residents vaccinated
    Nursing home resident Philip Murphy beat COVID twice and wasn’t taking any more chances. He was the first resident vaccinated at Rome Memorial Hospital’s Residential Health Care Facility (RHCF) Wednesday, Dec. 30th. Nearly 85% of the residents chose to be vaccinated.  For our residents, the vaccine has greater value than simply protecting them from the risk of this deadly virus. The vaccine provides the promise of seeing their loved ones face to face again.
    Infection Prevention Director named 2020 Nurse of the Year
    Emma Ingalls, RN, director of Infection Prevention at Rome Memorial Hospital, was named 2020 Nurse of the Year for lighting the way with unwavering leadership through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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