On December 20, in the town of Parma, Rochester Regional Health announced a 5.48 megawatt, 20-acre solar farm, the largest single-site solar farm in the region and the second largest in the state.Electricity from the solar farm will be used to power 120 offsite and support offices.
The solar farm marks the latest milestone on a journey that began in October 2017, when we announced that by 2025, all electricity used by Rochester Regional Health will be from renewable sources. It remains the most ambitious sustainability commitment shared publicly by any health system in New York State, and is matched or exceeded by only a handful of other systems in the nation.
The health system made the commitment because renewable keeps people healthier by reducing pollution and climate change while also saving money on energy costs, allowing for greater future investment into patient care.
The Parma solar farm at a glance:
Monday, January 14, 2019
Patients throughout our region are getting fast, secure online access to the office-visit notes written by their healthcare providers, thanks to a collaborative initiative between UR Medicine and Rochester Regional Health.Read News Article
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Dr. Christopher Brown talks about a revolutionary procedure called the MACI procedure on an episode of ROCHealth Radio.Read News Article