For 24/7 care, call us at (315) 781-8448. Hearing/speech disabilities, please call 711.

BECOME A PATIENT

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.

Speak to your doctor without coming to the health center!

Hable con su doctor sin venir a la clínica!

WHAT’S NEW

Health Blog: Dental tips during the pandemic

How to maintain good dental health during COVID-19.

Health Blog: Healthy habits during the pandemic

Have you gained weight during the pandemic? You’re not alone!

Health Blog: Fertility and Covid-19

What do the COVID-19 Vaccines have to do with fertility?

Health Blog: Working at a health center

Can working at a health center be rewarding? It sure can!

Health Blog by Dr. Jose Canario

By Dr. Jose Canario, Medical Director, Finger Lakes Community Health There’s been a lot of talk...

Is all this talk about the Coronavirus stressing you out?

By Amanda Felice, MS, LMHC, Director of Behavioral Health, Finger Lakes Community Health, our...

Good dental health often equals good overall health

By Tony Mendicino Jr., DDS, Dental Director, Finger Lakes Community Health, an independent...

It’s a Giving Time of Year!

  By Mary Zelazny, CEO, Finger Lakes Community Health, an independent, non-profit health care...

Getting the help you need with mental health and substance abuse

Where do you turn if you’re just not yourself? By Amanda Felice, MS, LMHC, Director of Behavioral...

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Thursday 1/27 in Newark you can get a Pfizer vaccine for kids ages 5-17. Register today! Limited appointments available. https://tinyurl.com/communityvaccines
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Cervical cancer can be prevented with regular screening. All women should be screened for cervical cancer starting at age 21. Get the full screening recommendations: https://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/cancer/cervical/screening_recommendations/
Good sexual health should also include regular physical exams. These appointments give young adults an opportunity to speak to their provider and ask questions about such things as birth control options, how to protect against STDs, pregnancy and of course, their overall general health. 

To schedule an appointment, call 315-781-8448. We also speak Spanish!
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