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Finger Lakes Health Centers Recognized for Top Level PCMH Recognition in Healthcare Transformation Services
(Geneva, NY) Finger Lakes Health Article three Health Centers including Clyde Family Health Center, Seneca Family Health Center and Dundee Family Health Center have been awarded PPC®-PCMH™ Level 3 Recognition from National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) on January 20, 2012. Finger Lakes Health is committed to offering their patients the highest quality, safety focused medical services available in the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York.

The Patient Centered Medical Home has become a national benchmark. It is a defined model of healthcare delivery that incorporates a coordinated approach (through the primary care physician) to providing comprehensive care to patients. Achieving this recognition enables practices to validate those operational policies and processes supporting the patient centered medical home model of care and to provide the highest quality, safety focused medical services available in the Finger Lakes. “This is a confirmation of our mission. Our providers and staff worked hard to achieve this recognition, and our patient’s care is the best the industry has to offer” states Kurt Koczent, RN, MSHA and Chief Administrative Officer.

This group of practices, like many others who have pursued PCMH recognition, engaged in a healthcare transformation journey. The practice adopted and applied key attributes among their team that led to their wonderful accomplishments and Recognition. Those attributes included: collaboration and communication; adoption of evidence-based clinical care; fostering a culture of teamwork; enhanced information sharing, fostered accountability, innovations in technology and again, an overall commitment to excellence.

The practices are better positioned among their peers in being publicly recognized as “Best in Class” in providing patient care and to be recognized among patients as “Best in Class” in providing quality patient care. In addition, they have validated the adoption of key and critical processes, which meet accepted standards for quality and delivering the best healthcare possible.

To assure access for all patients, including those covered by Medicaid, Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, and those who self-pay, our health system provides primary care through three Article 28 family health centers. The health centers accept patients with all types of insurance coverage and self-paying patients are welcomed. All three health centers are accepting new patients.


Clyde Family Health Center
Debbie Heit, M.D.
4 West Genesee Street, Clyde
(315) 923-3640

Dundee Family Health Center
Magda Daoud, M.D.
50 Millard Street, Dundee
(607) 243-7881

Seneca Family Health Center
Agata Olszowska,M.D.
Edward Zgleszewski, M.D.
367A East Main Street, Waterloo
(315) 787-4977

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