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Oswego Health

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Oswego Health has added three providers to its primary care team: JUSTIN BEEBE, NP, RUTHIE GUZMAN, NP, and KIM POMPO, PA. Beebe, Guzman, and Pompo are now part of the 100-plus physicians and advanced-practice providers employed by Oswego Health and the 270 providers on the medical staff representing multiple specialty services across the community. Oswego Health currently has six primary care locations and employs 19 primary care providers throughout Oswego County.

Beebe brings 14 years of clinical experience as he joins the team at Fulton PrimeCare. He earned his master’s degree in nursing in 2018 from Upstate Medical University, his associate degree from St. Joseph’s College of Nursing in 2012, and his bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2010 from SUNY Oswego. Beebe previously worked in Oswego at a private practice, where he gained extensive primary care and outpatient experience. Since 2013, he has worked per-diem at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center as a registered nurse in both the emergency department and emergency observation unit, a position he will continue to maintain.

Guzman brings 10 years of clinical experience to the team of Oswego Family Physicians. She earned her master’s degree in nursing in 2022 from Le Moyne College, as well as her bachelor’s in nursing in 2016. Also that year, Guzman completed her associate degree from St. Joseph’s College of Nursing and her bachelor’s in pharmacology & toxicology in 2012 from SUNY Buffalo. She previously worked in Oswego at a private practice, where she also gained extensive primary care experience. Between 2017 and 2022, Guzman was a registered nurse at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center in its Progressive Care Unit and Medical-Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Before that, she was a certified nursing assistant (CNA) for Elderwood at Liverpool and St. Luke Health Services.

Pompo earned her physician assistant master’s degree in 2023 from Upstate Medical University and her bachelor’s in molecular & cellular biology in 2020 from Cedarville University. Throughout her training, Pompo had clinical rotations in family medicine, long-term care, internal medicine, emergency medicine, psychiatry, pediatrics, cardiology, women’s health, and neurology. However, her passion has always been family medicine. Pompo previously worked as a CNA throughout Central New York, where she gained extensive long-term care, rehab, and inpatient experience. She will join Fulton PrimeCare.

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