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What are some different types of United Health services?

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United Health Services offers cancer, heart, women's health, men's health and orthopedics services as well as primary care, according to the organization's website. United Health Services has over 500 physicians at 60 locations to serve medical patients in New York's Southern Tier, including four hospitals in Broome, Chenango and Delaware Counties, as of January 2016.

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United Health Services lists all of its services on its website, or patients may contact the organization by the Nurse Direct telephone line or using the online Contact Us form to find information on services not listed. The website also allows patients to download the UHS provider directory in PDF format. The website allows patients to check walk-in clinic wait times, pay bills, refill prescriptions, recognize employees or send gifts.

United Health Services has 153 primary care providers, 38 emergency medicine physicians, 27 hospitalists and 17 walk-in providers. Its obstetrics and gynecology department has 38 providers, and the women's health department has an additional 30 providers, with five in urogynecology. The neurology department has 16 providers with two working specifically in stroke care. Orthopedics has 16 providers with six focusing on sports medicine. Fourteen providers work in spinal cord injury medicine, and one provider works in sleep medicine, reports United Health Services' website.

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