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Finger Lakes Health’s Seneca Family Health Center Laboratory Draw Station to Relocate
May 3, 2016
S&S Auxiliary Contributes $15,000 to Annual Fund
Apr 27, 2016
Physical Therapists to Discuss Functional Exercises
Apr 27, 2016
Finger Lakes Health Offers Diabetes Education Class
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
Why Humans Have Bigger Brains
Body fat, metabolism give people an evolutionary edge over other primates, study finds...
Ebola May Leave Some Survivors Blind
1 in 5 developed severe or total vision loss within weeks of recovery, Sierra Leone study found...
Robots Stake Their Claim in the Operating Room
Study found they outperformed surgeons when stitching pig intestines back together...

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. 


Geneva General Hospital's designated pediatric in-patient area is designed to specially meet the needs of children. Our mission is to provide quality healthcare service to the child and family. We strive to make the child as comfortable as possible. Pediatric rooms are decorated with children in mind. Toys, games, and books are available for our young patients. Our caring nurses are trained in Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Physicians trained in pediatrics and family practice are part of the team that participates in family centered healthcare, starting at birth and carrying on until the child is involved in making his or her own healthcare decisions.
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