A.M.P. Welcomes Dr. Arnold P. Teo
3/4/2016 4:06 PM
On Tuesday, March 1st Dr. Arnold P. Teo joined Associated Medical Professionals of NY. Dr. Teo is a welcomed addition to the company and specifically to our Camillus Urology office. Read More...
Dr. W. Anthony Mandour Retires
10/1/2015 10:58 AM
It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing my retirement
effective October 1, 2015. It has been my pleasure and privilege
to provide the patients of our community with health care for
over 35 years. Read More...
Dr. Joel Bass has retired from Associated Medical Professionals
9/17/2015 1:08 PM
Dr. Joel Bass has retired from Associated Medical Professionals and re-located to West Palm Beach Florida to continue practicing urology. On behalf of the AMP physicians and staff, we would like to thank Dr. Bass for providing the highest quality care and touching the lives of so many patients in Central New York for the past 25 years. We wish him the best of luck in Florida and all of his future endeavors. Best,Howard Williams, CEO Read More...
Prostate Cancer News Release
8/26/2015 8:52 AM
“In addition to helping men who are uninsured, underinsured or lack access to care, the event was scheduled during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month to heighten our community’s knowledge of this highly-curable disease,” says David Albala, MD, Medical Director of A.M.P. and chief of urology at Crouse Hospital. Read More...
A.M.P. and local healthcare partners offer free prostate cancer screenings & more...
8/26/2015 7:58 AM
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men, and is easily treated when caught early. But, with few early warning signs, the cancer often is diagnosed in its later stages, when treatment is more difficult and remission is not always possible. It’s for these reasons that Associated Medical Professionals of NY, PLLC (AMP), with support from ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer and local healthcare partners, including Crouse Hospital, are offering free prostate cancer screenings and more on Saturday, Sept. 19, 8 – 11:00 a.m. Read More...