In 2008, Finger Lakes Health applied for and received a HEAL NY grant to partially offset the cost to construct a new, more efficient and larger facility. The Seneca Family Health Center (SFHC) is currently located in a building constructed in the 1950's. The practice has grown over the past 12 years to be spread across 3 suites within that building (approximately 4,500 square feet), with only six exam rooms to share amongst three providers.
The new facility will be nearly 7,000 square feet, providing more space for the SFHC practice as well as Occupational Health and the blood draw station, which is open to the community. Construction is expected to take about 6 months, scheduled to be complete before winter. Cost of the project is estimated at $1.5 million.
Click on the screen below to view a photographic progression of the construction of our newest facility.