IMAT is a way for people living with substance use disorders to start on their recovery journey with a primary care provider with expertise in substance use treatment. Our experts explain how it all works.
There are several types of long-acting reversible contraceptives. Rebecca Alicandro, MD, explains how long they are effective.
Rochester Regional Health’s Cardiac-Oncology Program is being designated as a Center of Excellence by the International Cardio Oncology Society. Learn how this program is helping patients with heart health so they can prioritize everything else.
Each year, thousands of people are diagnosed with cancer linked to an HPV infection. The HPV vaccine is the single most important way to help prevent that. Here’s how.
The Rob and Pamela Sands Emergency Department more than doubles current Emergency Department space to accommodate more patients while bringing comprehensive services all under one roof .
What’s the difference between a family medicine provider and an internal medicine provider? Which is the right provider for you?
Rochester General Hospital is named among the best hospitals in Rochester by U.S. News & World Report in 2023, as well as high-performing in 1 specialty and 9 procedures and conditions.
Having an eye twitch develop is often a frustrating inconvenience to deal with for anyone. Kyle Williams, MD, explains how the twitches happen and how to prevent them from happening.
The structural heart team with Rochester Regional Health is celebrating a milestone achievement: the completion of its 2,000th TAVR procedure.
All five Rochester Regional hospitals in the Finger Lakes region participate in National Surgical Quality Improvement Programs through the American College of Surgeons. We explain how this affects patient care.
Conversations about organ donation are not something everyone enjoys bringing up. But knowing how the process works – for living and deceased donors – and how they can save the lives of others is so important.
No one wants their child to endure bullying anywhere – especially at school. Learn how to recognize the signs and when you should step in to help.