Aimee McMaster Joins Wilton Family Medicine
WILTON — Longtime area nurse practitioner Aimee McMaster has joined the staff of
Wilton Family Medicine, a service of Glens Falls Hospital.
Ms. McMaster provides primary care to patients of all ages from the practice’s office at The
Medical Center at Wilton, 135 North Road, just off Northway Exit 16. Appointments can be made by calling 926-1935.
Ms. McMaster has practiced at a number of medical offices in the Saratoga, Glens Falls and
Albany areas in a 25-year career as a nurse, clinical manager and nurse practitioner. She
earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Russell Sage College; a master’s of science in
nursing from Sage Graduate School; and post-master’s certificates in nursing
administration from Villanova University and as an acute cure nurse practitioner from Sage
Graduate School. She also earned a certificate in wound ostomy care and continence
education from Albany Medical Center.
Wilton Family Medicine opened in 2005 and offers a model of care known as Primary Care
Direct, which is designed for maximum patient convenience. With Primary Care Direct,
Wilton Family Medicine offers same-day appointments, along with early morning, evening
and Saturday office hours. Patients of Wilton Family Medicine also have access to an online
portal that provides them with 24-hour access to portions of their medical record, as well
as a convenient way to communicate with their provider. In addition to Ms. McMaster, the
Wilton Family Medicine provider team includes Dr. Chris Messitt, Dr. Mark Doyle and
Physician Assistant Kathy Mazur-Herren.
About Glens Falls Hospital:
Glens Falls Hospital is a comprehensive integrated system of primary care, specialty care
and hospital services, serving a six-county region of the southern Adirondacks. With 2,700
employees, 535 physicians and other credentialed providers, and 27 regional health
service locations, Glens Falls Hospital has the region’s longest-established employed
physician group, including specializations in primary care, cardiology, endocrinology,
hematology/oncology, internal medicine, nephrology, occupational medicine,
otolaryngology, psychiatry, emergency and inpatient medicine, thoracic surgery, and
wound healing. Patients are offered a wide range of inpatient surgical services, primary and
specialty care, rehabilitative and diagnostic services, and community health improvement
programs. For more information: GlensFallsHospital.org.