Dan Ireland

Building for the Next 100 Years

When thinking about where you want to go, it’s important to consider how you arrived at where you are.

United Memorial Medical Center is the evolution of more than 100 years of progress in Genesee County’s healthcare. Throughout decades of development, there has been one undeniable constant: a dedication to helping people be as healthy and live as long as possible. The essence of our heritage is the core of who we are—and who we will always be. But for us to maintain this commitment, we must continually change in other ways.

We have emerged as one of the region’s most vibrant community hospitals because we have never stopped trying to improve. While we have steadily created a better care environment, we now have an opportunity to leap forward.

At United Memorial, and across the Rochester Regional Health System, the Because Care Matters Campaign is our chance to turn “dated” into “modern” and “modern” into “cutting-edge.” Together, we can immediately enhance our spaces and programs for today’s patients, while building for the long-term, ensuring exceptional care for future generations.

Our hospital’s story began in 1902, when a group of community-minded women established Batavia Hospital. The next chapter belongs to us, and its contents will be determined by our community pride, passion and partnership.

Dan Ireland
President, United Memorial Medical Center

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