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  • Trivia Night – Chamber Business After Hours

    May 13th, 2024Current Events

    We invite you to join us on Thursday, July 18th from 5-7PM for an exciting evening of trivia at the Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Trivia Night hosted by Oneida Health. It's a great opportunity to test your knowledge, connect with fellow professionals, and have a fun-filled time. Mark your calendars and come join us for an evening of friendly competition and networking!  

  • 2024 Golf Classic

    April 10th, 2024Current Events

    Join us for our exciting 2024 charity golf tournament coming in June! Get ready to tee off for a great cause and make a difference in the community. Our tournament will feature a day of fun on the greens, where golfers of all levels can participate and enjoy a friendly competition while supporting the Oneida Health Foundation. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, this event is perfect for anyone looking to combine their love for golf with giving back. Get your clubs ready

  • 125th Anniversary Bash

    April 10th, 2024Current Events

    Join us as we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Oneida Health! We invite you to be a part of this special milestone at our Anniversary Bash Celebration, which will be held at Vernon Downs on Saturday, October 5th. Join us for a night of festivities, entertainment, and memories as we commemorate 125 years of providing exceptional healthcare services to our community. Don't miss this opportunity to join us in celebrating this significant achievement. Mark your calendars and be a part of this unforgettable event! More

  • Stay Strong Cancer Survivorship at Oneida YMCA

    December 20th, 2023In the News

    Stay Strong Cancer Survivorship at Oneida YMCA ONEIDA — After her initial cancer treatment, Ellie Moran was so weakened that she could barely get out of bed or lift a gallon of milk. “I found myself lying in bed, my muscles had become almost nonexistent, and I was exhausted. But I was going to defeat what this cancer had done to me,” Moran said. Moran turned for help to the Oneida Family YMCA and their Stay Strong Cancer Survivorship Program, which