At Finger Lakes Community Health, we are:
Advocates for a healthy community. We strive to bring a new standard of healthcare to our region through education, technology, and preventive care. Finger Lakes Community Health has been an active participant in keeping our community healthy during the pandemic. We conduct COVID-19 testing and hold vaccine events. From December 2020 to December 18, 2021, we have given 11,650 vaccine doses, 6,582 were fully vaccinated and of those, 2,700 are farmworkers.
A dedicated team of quality providers. At Finger Lakes Community Health, patients have access to a caring team of doctors, dentists, nurses, physicians’ assistants, and dental hygienists. They are experts in the fields of medical and dental care, reproductive health services, and behavioral health counseling. We also have multilingual staff that helps patients with non-medical issues such as referrals, follow-up, transportation, financial advocacy, and insurance enrollment.
Experts in coordinated care. Coordinated care ensures that all aspects of a patient’s treatment plan are organized through a primary care provider and delivered in accordance with the patient’s preferences. Our Geneva, Penn Yan, Ovid, Newark, Port Byron, and Sodus Community Health Centers* have been designated as Level 3 Certified Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH) by the National Committee on Quality Assurance. This is the highest level of recognition for excellence in coordinated primary care.