Utica OB-GYN practice joins Community Memorial

The Community Memorial (CMH) network announced its continued growth through the acquisition of a well-established private gynecology practice in Utica.

Physician Scott Beattie and his team from Medical Arts Gynecology and Infertility, P.C. have joined forces with the Community Memorial healthcare network, solidifying their commitment to providing vital women’s health services in the existing office on Old Burrstone Road in Utica and now also in Hamilton.

The longtime dedicated practice will transition to Hamilton Medical Services Center for Women’s Health.

Board-certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Beattie graduated with a dual Bachelor of Arts in biology and chemistry from SUNY Oswego. He pursued his medical degree at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Vermont Medical Center. Beattie specializes in minimally invasive and advanced laparoscopic surgery, offering a wide range of gynecological services for women.

“Dr. Beattie’s decades of experience in comprehensive women’s healthcare make him a valuable addition to the CMH medical staff,” said physician Michael Walsh, chief medical officer. “We eagerly anticipate collaborating on patient care in both Utica and Hamilton, expanding our commitment to providing exceptional care.”

Joining CMH alongside Beattie is physician assistant Amy Roberson. A New York native, Roberson earned her Bachelor of Science in biology from Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania and her Master of Science in physician assistant studies from LeMoyne College in Syracuse.

“Recognizing the need for women’s healthcare services locally, we are happy to welcome Dr. Beattie and his staff to our network,” said Jeff Coakley, president and CEO. “Our joint efforts to in-crease access to women’s health through collaboration with our primary care providers will improve care coordination for patients. We are excited to continue elevating the quality of healthcare with both Dr. Beattie and Amy Roberson.”