Rochester Regional investing more in Geneva

Healthcare is about to get a little more convenient for residents of Geneva and its surrounding communities. Rochester Regional Health (RRH) recently announced a major expansion of its campus at 875 Pre-Emption Road, set to open in May.

“For most patients, the majority of their healthcare is delivered in the office and outpatient settings,” said physician Art Equinozzi, assistant medical director of Finger Lakes Medical Associates,part of Rochester Regional Health. “The destination campus at Pre-Emption Road makes accessing high-quality, safe care easy for our patients.”

Already home to RRH Finger Lakes Medical Associates, RRH Finger Lakes Bone & Joint, and the region’s only¡ open MRI, the campus will be transformed into a destination, one-stop facility with additional services and programs being added this spring.

“This is the kind of convenient access to care that patients deserve,” said Mark Ryan, primary care physician and medical director of Rochester Regional Health’s Finger Lakes Medical Associates.

By May, the following Rochester Regional Health services will be added to the campus: primary care general surgery, vascular surgery, endocrinology, allergy and rheumatology and nutrition counseling.

Later this year, Rochester Regional will be adding specialty services, including neurosurgery, gastroenterology and urgent care, making RRH at Pre-Emption Road a convenient, one-stop destination medical campus for residents of the region.

“Rochester Regional continues to invest in the communities of the Finger Lakes Region,” said Rochester Regional Health Eastern Region President Dustin Riccio, a physician. “The new Marshall Birthing Unit at Newark Wayne Hospital, the construction of Clifton Springs Medical Village and now, a destination medical campus at 875 Pre-Emption Road, are just a few of the ways we have raised the level of care available in the region.”

“Rochester Regional Health has been enhancing the health and wellness of Geneva and the region for more than 50 years,’ said physician Bridgette Wiefling, senior vice president of the Rochester Regional Health Primary Care Institute. “Our significant investment in the development of our newest destination campus at 875 Pre-Emption Road, delivers on our commitment to deliver the best possible care in the most convenient setting for our patients.

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