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ConnextCare receives Jobs Award from Operation Oswego County

By Journal Staff


Pictured from left to right are: L. Michael Treadwell, Operation Oswego County (OOC) executive director, Ellen Holst, OOC board president, Tricia Peter-Clark, ConnextCare president and CEO, and Stephanie Earle, ConnextCare director of human resources. PHOTO CREDIT: OPERATION OSWEGO COUNTY

OSWEGO — Operation Oswego County (OOC) announced that it recently presented its 2021 Jobs Award to ConnextCare, an Oswego County health-care provider.

OOC gave out the award at its July annual meeting, in recognition and appreciation of the significant contribution and impact of ConnextCare’s more than 250 jobs and over $14.4 million in payroll on the Oswego County economy. 

The organization also lauded ConnextCare for providing more than 50 years of critical health-care services across rural Oswego County, for operating 13 locations across Oswego County, and continuing to expand services to communities of need, and for being an integral part of the county’s and Central New York’s health-care industry.

ConnextCare says its mission is to “provide comprehensive, affordable, and premier health care and support services” to the communities it serves. It operates six medical centers in Fulton, Mexico, Oswego, Parish, Phoenix, and Pulaski, as well as seven school-based health centers in school districts across the county.

Operation Oswego County, located at 44 West Bridge St. in Oswego, says its mission is to “establish and implement sound economic development strategies in order to enhance the economic vitality of Oswego County’s businesses, industries and citizens leading to an overall better quality of life.”

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