Welcome to Noyesfrom Amy Pollard President-CEO
Noyes Health Proudly Announces Affiliation with UR Medicine
After nearly five years of planning, Noyes Health will formally affiliate with UR Medicine effective January 1, 2016. Our affiliation will expand the UR Medicine network to five hospitals, including Strong Memorial, Highland Hospital, Thompson Health, Noyes Health and Jones Memorial Hospital.
The new affiliation will enable the organizations to work more closely to meet the health care needs of patients in Livingston County and surrounding region. Noyes Health has remarkable strengths with outstanding physicians and clinical staff, a loyal and supportive community, and a reputation for delivering high-quality care. The affiliation with UR Medicine will expand our ability by bringing highly qualified UR Medicine specialists such as medical oncologists, cardiologists, pulmonologists, neurologists and neurosurgeons, among others, to Noyes Health. Our goal is to keep our patients in their own communities, to remain near their support systems, with access to medical care in Rochester if there is need for more specialized treatment.
It is vital to create a model that produces positive health outcomes for our patients, along with efficiencies that reduce costs. Noyes Health currently has UR Medicine specialties and services offered at our Dansville and Geneseo campuses. Through a collaboration with Wilmot Cancer Institute, Jones Memorial Hospital and Noyes Health, construction has begun recently on the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center in Dansville which will be a hub for cancer care for patients and their families in the region.
This collaboration is about ensuring the best possible care close to home. The affiliation between UR medicine and Noyes Health cements the commitment to provide the highest quality of care for our communities. Thank you to all employees, physicians, board members, and members of our community for working together to expand and strengthen our ability to provide high quality care and specialized services in our community.
Best wishes for renewed health!
Amy Pollard, RN, BSN, MPS