Know the Facts about Coronavirus in our Community

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COVID-19 Toolkit

With increased prevalence of COVID-19 in the U.S. and New York State, Rochester Regional Health is taking measures to ensure the safety of our patients, our team members and our community.

Helpful Tools & Resources

  

Employee Hotline: (585) 454-8202

What You Can Do to Help

We’re asking every employee to help by:
Staying up-to-date on flu and pneumonia vaccinations
Following our masking guidelines
Washing your hands frequently with soapy water
Staying home and calling a provider if you experience any COVID-19 symptoms
Employees and other RRH individuals who travel to areas with concern for COVID-19 should seek clearance from Employee Health Services prior to returning to work. Call our employee hotline for questions or concerns (585) 454-8202.

Recent News Coverage Highlights

View a list of all RRH news coverage for the past week.

Why local residents are participating in COVID-19 vaccine trials, and how you can too

Democrat & Chronicle

More than 220 people have volunteered so far for the study in the Southern Tier, which is using a candidate vaccine developed by the federal government and Moderna.

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Connections: An update on COVID-19 vaccine research and treatment

WXXI

Rochester is one of four sites in the nation selected to test a coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech.

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Greece father of football stars shares story of Coronavirus recovery

Spectrum News

A Greece couple heads into this Fourth of July weekend thankful for a lot of things. Tops on that list for Matt Jones is improving health, following weeks spent in a coma after catching coronavirus.

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Self-Care & Mindfulness

Tips and helpful reminders to de-stress and stay centered during this uncertain time.

Staying Active

Stress and Mental Health

Additional RRH Resources

Meet Our COVID-19 Task Force

A system-wide task force has been in operation for several months and meets daily to execute COVID-19 preparedness and management.

Led by Dr. Robert Mayo, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Hiloni Bhavsar, Chief Quality Officer, and Melissa Bronstein, Infection Preventionist this task force involves a wide range of clinicians, experts and leaders from across the system. This task force is in addition to our long-standing infectious disease steering committees and workgroups that prepare and plan to ensure readiness on an ongoing basis.

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Robert Mayo, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Melissa Bronstein

Infection Preventionist

Hiloni Bhavsar

Hiloni Bhavsar, MD

Chief Quality Officer