Noyes History

An evolving system of care

Our tradition of providing the finest healthcare services to residents in Livingston, Allegany, Steuben and surrounding counties goes back for over a century. During this time, Noyes Health has evolved from a single, respected hospital to a diverse and comprehensive healthcare system.

This growth has continued in recent years as well. For example, 1998 saw the renovation of our birthing center to family-centered labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum rooms.

The region was in need of an additional source of outpatient services. So, in 2001, we opened the doors at Noyes Health Services: a Geneseo-based center offering the finest outpatient care to patients in the region.

In 2006, we opened Saunders Surgical Center and Holroyd Intensive Care Unit at the hospital. This $9.5 million project gave us larger, more advanced operating suites, provided the room to install state-of-the-art equipment, and permitted us to offer a greater number of sophisticated procedures.

In 2008, Noyes Memorial Hospital joined forces with Livingston County to unveil the Noyes Center for Kidney Disease and Dialysis in Geneseo. This facility offers superior care and convenience for the patients in the region who once traveled for hours for the dialysis treatment they need.

You can be sure that our services and facilities will continue to grow and evolve along with the needs of the community.