Dr. Anthony Malone is no ordinary pediatrician. In addition to being designated a breastfeeding-friendly practice, his office, CapitalCare Pediatrics on Hoosick Street in Troy, NY, a division of Community Care Physicians, P.C., is also certified in car seat safety. But beyond the “warm and fuzzies” new moms get when they enter Dr. Malone’s office, there is special attention being paid to one of the nation’s most pressing health care issues.
The importance of breastfeeding is celebrated around the globe every year from August 1-7. Led by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), the annual World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) campaign aims to inform, anchor, engage, and galvanize action to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding.This year’s theme, Breastfeeding: Foundation of Life, draws attention to breastfeeding and its contributions to good nutrition, food security, and poverty reduction for people all over the world. continue reading →
No one likes to go to the hospital, but when you do, you expect the best. The best care, the best technology, the best medicine, and certainly the best doctors.
As a health plan that truly puts our members first, CDPHP is proud to announce that for the second year in a row we’ve ranked “Highest in Member Satisfaction among Commercial Health Plans in New York” by J.D. Power.*
Ron White has always known the importance of staying healthy.
In 23 years working at the University at Albany, Ron coached swimming, diving, track and field, and cross country. He also taught wellness classes, helping students to make positive lifestyle changes such as maintaining a healthy diet. continue reading →
Each August for the last three years, I have looked forward to “Cornival,” a chefs’ challenge and charity fundraiser co-hosted by CDPHP® and SEFCU. Not only have I been impressed with the delicious and inventive corn-themed dishes created by some very talented local chefs, but I also appreciate the fact that the event is designed to shine a light on the potentially devastating impact of food insecurity on the health and well-being of our community. continue reading →