Helpful Resources & Educational Materials
We are proud to share the following community resources and educational materials that you, our patients and community members, may find helpful during your own or your loved one's health journey.
If you have any questions or concerns about any of these resources, please call 1-800-BASSETT for more information.
Patient Education & Symptom Management Resources
Visit our Patient Education & Symptom Management Resources page for a list of useful patient education handouts, symptom management documents, and other popular resources and websites – including information about local Alzheimer's Association support groups, depression self-management goals, links to helpful website such as the American Diabetes Association, and more.
The Benefits of MyBassett
MyBassett is a secure online portal that provides you online access to your medical records, and allows you to securely connect with your doctor’s office — anytime, anywhere.
Visit our Benefits of MyBassett page to learn more, including how to download the mobile app and select Bassett Healthcare Network as your provider.
Register as an Organ & Tissue Donor
We're proud to participate in the New York State (NYS) Donate Life Program, which gives you the power to donate life. All New Yorkers 16 years old and up can register to save lives by signing up as an organ, eye, and tissue donor.
Visit our Donate Life Registry page and fill out the form to become a donor.
Resources for Caregivers
At Bassett Healthcare Network, we understand the challenges of being a caregiver – especially when it comes to our loved ones. That's why we've put together a detailed list of local and national resources and information to help educate, train, and support our local family caregivers.
These pages include answers to frequently asked questions, links to helpful resources for various conditions the elder or loved one might have, and effective self-care tools that are designed to help you as the caregiver to take care of yourself along the way.
Visit the following pages for more information: