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Meet Our Staff

Administrative Staff

Lori Osterhoudt, M.S.  
Director of Counseling 
and Health Services  
osterhlb@delhi.edu

Colleen Shackelton 
Secretary I 
shackecb@delhi.edu

Lorna Herman
Keyboard Specialist
hermanla@delhi.edu

 

Health Staff

Dr. Peter Sosnow, MD
Physician

Karen Gabriel, RN, FNP-C 
Nurse Practitioner/Clinic Supervisor 
gabriekl@delhi.edu

Shirley Salton, RN, FNP-C 
Nurse Practitioner
saltonse@delhi.edu

Deb Lumia, NPP, APRN
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Christina Wildenstein, RN
Nurse 
wildenca@delhi.edu

Amanda Archibald, RN 
Nurse
archibap@delhi.edu

Lisa Schroeder, RN              Nurse

 

 

 

Counseling Staff

Mary Wake, LMHC
Assistant Director of Counseling Services
Foreman Hall, Rm. 107 
607-746-4695
wakeme@delhi.edu

Christian Vesterfelt, LMSW
Counselor 
Foreman Hall, Rm. 106
607-746-4694 
vestercc@delhi.edu 

Cathy Harris, LCSW
Counselor 
Foreman Hall, Rm. 111
607-746-4688
harriscc@delhi.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us
Foreman Hall
(607) 746-4690
(607) 746-4141 (fax)
healthservices@delhi.edu

Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday:
  8:30 am - 6 pm
Friday:
  8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Medical Clinic
No appointment is necessary, just
walk in. No insurance is needed in order to be seen.

Counseling Appointments
Make an appointment with a counselor by stopping by Foreman Hall or by calling (607) 746-4690. Same-day crisis appointments are available if needed.


Emergencies On-Campus
Contact University Police
(607) 746-4700

Emergencies Off-Campus
Dial 911 or call O'Connor Hospital in Delhi at (607) 746-0300

 

 

Health Information
Regarding the Ebola Virus

SUNY Delhi is closely monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the NYS Department of Health regarding the Ebola virus outbreak in several West African countries --Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.  As you may be aware from news reports, there have been three individuals in the United States who have contracted Ebola, two in Texas and one in New York City.  All three are medical personnel, and the CDC maintains that Ebola poses no substantial risk to the U.S. general population.

The CDC has issued warnings to avoid non-essential travel to Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, and SUNY is prohibiting campus-sponsored travel to these countries.  If you have plans to travel to or near the affected area or have any questions regarding the Ebola virus please refer to the CDC website at www.cdc.gov for information.  Students, faculty and staff may also contact the campus Health Service in Foreman Hall at 607-746-4690 or healthservices@delhi.edu for additional information.  

Last Updated: 5/30/14