With eight health centers in the Finger Lakes region and a multilingual staff to help with all your healthcare needs, Finger Lakes Community Health is prepared to care for you and your family. Becoming a patient is simple.


Whether you want to work in healthcare or not, we have plenty of openings. If you want to help people get the healthcare they need, this is a wonderful place to be. With an open culture of friendliness and enthusiasm, and certainly collaboration, here’s your opportunity to grow as our health centers expand. Click to see the openings.


Dr. Jose Canario Joins Finger Lakes Community Health as Medical Director

Penn Yan, NY — October 17, 2016 — Finger Lakes Community Health is pleased to announce that Dr....

Reducing Teen Pregnancy for Two Decades: What still needs to be done?

Olivia Catalano, Health Advocate & New York State Certified Application Counselor Since 1991 teen...

Good news! We can detect Colon Cancer before it is cancer!

By Dr. Rob Shelly, a physician with Finger Lakes Community Health, sees patients at Sodus...

Why do I need a primary care provider?

If you’re very healthy, you may ask yourself, why have primary care? What is the value of a...

Staying Healthy in Rural Areas

The following article appeared in the Finger Lakes Times. Click here or read...

View our new TV Spots. “The better we know you, the better your care.”

That's the theme of our new ad campaign that you will see on Spectrum TV stations. They feature...

Terry Yonker, FNP honored with the Rosemarie Forstner Award

Terry Yonker, FNP honored with the Rosemarie Forstner Award for developing programs to improve...

Providing Agricultural Workers With Healthcare is Important

Agriculture is a vital component of the New York State economy. Over one quarter of the total...

What is a Patient Centered Medical Home?

We are a Patient Centered Medical Home. What does that mean to you? Our Geneva, Penn Yan, Ovid and...


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For one day only -- Friday, April 20th -- we'll be offering free dental care for children ages 1-17 (new patients only) at Ovid Community Health. It may have been a while since the kids received dental care or you don't have dental insurance. Many do not! Our experienced volunteer dentists will be providing dental screenings, cleanings, dental treatment, and emergency care. CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT. (607) 403-0065 ... See MoreSee Less

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