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Built Environment


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Embracing Sustainability in Our Built Environment

At Rochester Regional Health, we design our buildings with healing in mind while reducing our environmental footprint.

Spread across over 7 million square feet of space and 250 sites, our environmental choices come to bear significantly on our community. It's a responsibility we don't shy away from at Rochester Regional Health. We're dedicated to exploring new ways to create facilities designed for exceptional patient care, reduced energy consumption and greater sustainability.

We're innovative, even when it comes to complex healthcare buildings designed to be ready for any patient need at any time. We take on the challenges, seeking sustainable solutions that minimize our environmental impact, reduce our operational costs, and improve the healthcare we provide. This way, we're building a greener future.

Rochester Regional Health leads with one Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified structure and four new structures currently awaiting LEED certification.

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