Starting October 4, people living in Geneseo and nearby communities will have more convenient access to excellent healthcare and specialized treatment through Rochester Regional Health.
The new Rochester Regional Health Geneseo Medical Campus is now open at 4302 Gateway Drive, serving a one-stop facility that offers nearly a dozen new and existing specialty services.
“What this means to patients is easy, local access to both high-quality primary care and top specialists. It’s our one-stop answer to bringing the best of care close to home for all of our patients,” said Eric Bieber, MD, President & CEO of Rochester Regional Health.
Our expertly trained and highly skilled providers are available to offer general and specialize care in a variety of medical practices that are now closer than ever before.
Specialties now available at the Geneseo Medical Campus include:
Other existing services in the Geneseo community – such as primary care, cardiology, dermatology, and lab services – are now available at the medical campus.
Shifting these practices will help patients who live in rural and remote areas to gain faster access to different types of healthcare they need through the dedicated medical staff at Rochester Regional Health.
“We’re proud to play a larger role in serving Geneseo and the surrounding communities, creating a more convenient pathway for residents in the Southern Tier to access medical care all under one roof,” Dr. Bieber said. “By integrating primary and specialty practices in one location, patients will receive purpose-built health care where and when they need it.”
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