[Reborn from the Ashes ofDisease]
Welcome to the
 Ostomy Association of Greater Springfield
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OAGS Mission Statement
The OAGS is a volunteer based nonprofit support group dedicated to providing support to anyone who has or will have an intestinal or urinary diversion. MORE

OAGS is now part of the new United Ostomy Associations of America (UOAA) which is an association of Affiliated Support Groups founded in 2005.

Dues are $20 a year as of Fall 2012. Free memberships are an option for those who are unable to pay dues at this time.

OAGS winter 2013 newsletter, spring 2013 newsletter

Jerry (Ciro) Camerota is the Visiting Coordinator and can be reached at (413)567-1666 or 567-8313. He can refer you to ET nurses and trained visitors, or provide a speaker for your organization. Meetings are eight times a year at Baystate Medical Center (Springfield, MA), 759 Chestnut St.

OAGS Meetings

Baystate Medical Center
Daly Building (formerly Centennial Building)
Medical Center Drive
Chicopee/Agawam Room
3rd Sunday of the month at 2:30 p.m.
EXCEPT June, July, August, and December

{call 413-567-1666 or 567-8313 for more info}

weather cancellations announced on local radio/TV stations or perhaps their websites

Google map for Baystate Medical Center

Created: 5/2000
Last update: Jan 2013 (no one is available to update it after this date)