The Rochester Regional Health Behavioral Access and Crisis Center at St. Mary's Hospital opened just seven months ago and there is already evidence of success. The center is geared toward calls that are not direct emergencies but as a resource for issues individuals may not know how to handle.
Since opening in October 2018, more than 1,200 patients have been seen. Colin Scantlin says the center is meeting its goal of keeping people out of the emergency departments locally.
Monday, January 13, 2020
Studying abroad means a significant amount of time away from your health care provider. Here are some health tips to remember before you leave home.Read News Article
Thursday, January 9, 2020
Due to a large number of flu cases in the Rochester area, Rochester General and Unity hospitals will initiate visitor restrictions on Tuesday, December 31 beginning at noon.Read News Article