Welcome to the home page of the Adirondack Area Network (AAN)!

AAN was created to provide advanced telecommunications services such as distance learning, telemedicine, Internet connectivity and videoconferencing to geographically remote areas in the Adirondack Region of Upstate New York. Funding for the initial phase of the network was obtained through the New York State Advanced Telecommunications Project.

New Articles Added to Scrapbook

  • TexasAdmin.com Press Release
  • Connectivity for the Adirondacks
  • Adirondack cell service encouraged
  • Forum Assesses Adirondack Broadband and Cellular Access
  • Web Site Additions

    Board Resolutions
    Videoconferencing General Instructions and Guidelines
    End Stage Renal Disease Network
    National Kidney Foundation
    Temple Israel Albany
    EMS Lecture Series
    DEM Lecture Series
    PEDs Lecture Series
    OB/GYN Lecture Series
    AMC Anesthesiology Lecture Series
    AMC Medicine GR Lecture Series
    Division of Urology at AMC
    Copyrighted Material
    MIS Surgery

    Video Stream Additions


  • PEDs Lecture Series: Maximizing Clinical Outcomes
  • AMC Anesthesiology Lecture Series: Atrial Fibrillation: Overview and Clinical Management
  • PEDs Lecture Series: Core Principles and Clinical Vignettes on Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
  • EMS Lecture Series: Childbirth and Complications
  • EMS Lecture Series: Geriatric Trauma
  • PEDs Lecture Series: Chronic Constipation


  • Bariatric Seminar 2011
  • Thinking about Curicullum
  • Advanced Laparoscopic Colectomy Workshop
  • Expanding Health Coverage
  • Managing Challenging Behavior

  • Member Conferences

    In Memory of...

    Jane Neale

    Kim Marie Healy

    -Site updated on November 5, 2014-

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