United Memorial Medical Center Foundation
At United Memorial Medical Center, we believe that you should not have to travel far to get the specialized and compassionate care that you deserve. That is why we are making a significant investment in the future of healthcare for our community.
Through the modernization of current resources, the addition of new facilities, the introduction of new programs as well as a focus on critical care, we will provide specialized treatment options close to home where residents can be seen and treated near their existing support structure.
Our planned initiatives fall in line with the larger Rochester Regional Health vision to lead the evolution of healthcare, and build upon our commitment to the people of Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming counties, making us a stronger partner in the effort to help every member of the communities we serve enjoy a better, healthier life.
In recent years, support from our community members has been instrumental in enabling us to provide a better way of health. We are excited about the road ahead and hope that we can count, once again, on your support… Because Giving Matters.
5 Projects, 5 years… a Lifetime of Healthcare
We have identified what we feel are necessary capital improvements and program expansions to enable us to have the greatest impact on healthcare delivery and the patient experience. This requires a major investment by UMMC in our communities’ future, but it also is reliant upon the support of our many friends and neighbors.
The five priority projects include:
- Radiology Expansion and Renovation Project
- Intensive Care Unit
- Palliative Care Unit Renovation
- Primary Care Renovation
- Education and Training Center
We look forward to sharing more information on each of these in the coming months.
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