At Rochester Regional Health, one of our key focus areas is looking for new ways to improve care throughout our region. Through a two-part modernization project at United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC), we’re adding 5,000 square feet to the radiology department and improving the technology and services available.
“It’s a priority to expand access to care in the Batavia community,” said Eric Bieber, MD, Rochester Regional Health CEO. “That started with the Lipson Cancer Institute and it doesn’t end with the new imaging center.”
When both phases of the nearly $8 million construction project are complete, the UMMC radiology clinic and services will include a new:
“The radiology department is heading into the future with state-of-the-art technology created with patient comfort in mind and the ability to minimize scan times and improve image quality,” said Barry Rosenberg, MD, United Memorial Medical Center Chief of Radiology.
The first phase of the enhancements is scheduled to be completed halfway through 2022 and the entire project will be completed by 2024.
“This expansion is a testament to both Rochester Regional and the community’s investment in local healthcare,” said Dan Ireland, President of United Memorial Medical Center. “This project is for you, the community, built by you, with your generous donations and support over the years.”
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When thinking about where you want to go, it’s important to consider how you arrived at where you are.United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC) is the evolution of more than 100 years of progress in Genesee County’s healthcare. The culmination of a merger between two of Genesee County’s well-established hospitals - Genesee Memorial Hospital (originally Batavia Hospital) and St. Jerome Hospital – UMMC is a dynamic, 131-bed hospital that strives to promote, enhance and restore health to more than 60,000 area residents.Support UMMC Today
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