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Information for Caregivers

Providing care to a loved one or close friend can have its rewards. A caregiver provides basic care to a person who has a medical condition (cancer or Alzheimer's) that prevents them from caring for themselves. Caregivers often help the person with the activities of daily living, such as preparing and eating food, taking medicine, bathing, and dressing. 

Providing for the ongoing care for another person can take a lot out of you. Often times, caregivers develop feelings of depression and anxiety associated with the challenges of providing for the daily care of someone who is ill or aging. 

At St. Joseph's Physicians, we recognize the importance of caregivers in the life of person who must cope with an illness or disability. Our goal is to help not only those faced with health concerns, but to support the caregiver in this critical role. 


The following link provides access to resources in our community.

St Joseph's Hospital Health Center

Franciscan Health Support

Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth


Urgent Care Locations

St. Joseph's Physicians in Liverpool
5100 West Taft Road
Liverpool, NY 13088

St. Joseph's Physicians in Fayetteville
4100 Medical Center Drive
Fayetteville, NY 13066

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Contact St. Joseph's Physicians

Family Medicine, Liverpool: 315.452.2828
Family Medicine, Fayetteville: 315.637.7878
Family Medicine, Radisson: 315.652.1325
Family Medicine, Heritage Group,
Fayetteville: 315.663.0059
Family Medicine, Heritage Group,
Cazenovia: 315.655.8171
Internal Medicine, Syracuse: 315.474.0542
Surgical Services, Liverpool: 315.634.3399
Surgical Services, Fayetteville: 315.632.3300