The physicians, providers and staff of Crouse Medical Practice (CMP) recently celebrated the opening of their new Camillus location at 5417 West Genesee St. They were joined by Crouse Health leadership, elected officials and members of the Camillus Chamber of Commerce.
Tours of the new facility were given by Erin Foley, senior director of operations; Chris May, practice administrator; and Carol Storrie, clinical manager. Physician Carl Butch, president and medical director of CMP, welcomed guests and thanked all involved in making the Camillus office a reality.
Camillus natives and residents Stephen Senenko, a physician’s assistant, and physician Todd Lentz will be practicing in the new location, along with physicians Martin Noonan, Albert Tripodi and Douglas Zmolek.
The office opened to patients on Sept. 16; hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information and appointments, call 315-476-2323.
Crouse Medical Practice was established in 2010 by Crouse Health to further align the organization with its physicians and an integrated healthcare delivery network. In a variety of convenient locations, the practice offers an extensive array of services, including primary care, cardiology, endocrinology, pulmonology, sleep medicine, diabetic education, neurology, neurosurgery, stroke care, neurovascular and endovascular neurosurgery, brain tumor surgery, laboratory services, and radiology services.
Photo: Crouse Health leadership, elected officials and members of the Camillus Chamber of Commerce during the opening of Crouse Medical Practice in Camillus.