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Finger Lakes Health Offers Diabetes Education Class
Apr 27, 2016
S&S Auxiliary Contributes $15,000 to Annual Fund
Apr 27, 2016
Physical Therapists to Discuss Functional Exercises
Apr 27, 2016
Apr 26, 2016
Diabetes Management is Dine & Discuss Topic
Apr 20, 2016
14th Annual Cardiac Scramble Seeks Sponsors, Players
Apr 20, 2016
Homestead Seeks Volunteers
Apr 20, 2016
Yates Diabetes Support Group Offered
Apr 19, 2016
Taylor-Brown Auxiliary Hosts Chicken Barbecue May 7
Apr 19, 2016
Healthy Eating Dine and Discuss Slated
Apr 18, 2016
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Greater risk for aggressive behavior when both cyberbullying and in-person taunting took place,......
Kids With Two Dads as Well-Adjusted as Other Kids, Study Finds
But many of the fathers say they still face societal barriers...
Autism Diagnosed at Younger Ages
Researcher says this is due to change in screening guidelines for 18- and 24-month-olds...

Finger Lakes Health is a community owned, not-for-profit organization dedicated to maintaining and improving the health of all people in the central Finger Lakes region. Governed by a board of directors held in trust for our community, we serve as a vital safety net, serving our communities with access to quality healthcare services.

Finger Lakes Health delivers numerous community benefit programs, such as community health events, lectures, and free health screenings, demonstrating our commitment to improving the overall health of the residents of the Finger Lakes region. 


We value knowledge, compassion, competence, effective communication and an environment that contributes to well being while caring for each individual as if he or she were a member of our family.

In Finger Lakes Health's Intensive Care Units (ICUs), we provide interdisciplinary care for those patients who require a higher nurse to patient ration, close monitoring of bodily functions or medications, technical support, and psychosocial and spiritual care.

Our ICUs serve adults with general medical, surgical or cardiac needs using the most advanced technology to continuously evaluate a patient's condition.  All our ICU patients are monitored using state-of-the-art, bedside multi-measurement monitors, assessing a patient's cardiac and respiratory performance, blood pressure and vital signs.  With our equipment, we are able to monitor pulmonary artery pressures, central venous pressure, and arterial pressure. All IV fluids and medications are controlled by infusion pumps.  Patients who require respiratory support are managed with mechanical ventilators or non-invasive positive pressure ventilators.  Patients who require temporary cardiac pacemakers are supported by external or direct cardiac pacing.

Finger Lakes Health is the recipient of the VHA Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence in the prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia.

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