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


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!


You’ll see (and make) a difference working at a community health center

You’ll see (and make) a difference working at a community health center.

We’re Celebrating 50 Years of Reproductive Health in the Finger Lakes!

This year we celebrate 50 years of providing care with private, unrushed visits at Finger Lakes Community Health.

How to put technology to work on your health

From smartphones to health trackers to video chats, technology offers lots of convenience and connection. It can also make access to healthcare simpler and smarter.

Seven Tips for Conquering Holiday Stress

If you’re like many of us, you put all kinds of pressure on yourself to make things, well, perfect. But that’s just not reality. Every event—from office parties to family gatherings—can be a source of stress. Take a look at these tips to make your holidays more enjoyable.

View our new TV Spots. “The better we know you, the better your care.”

That's the theme of our new ad campaign that you will see on Spectrum TV stations. They feature...

How do you know if you have Type II Diabetes?

According to the CDC, more than 37 million Americans have diabetes (about 1 in 10), and approximately 90-95% of them have type 2 diabetes.

There is more to Community Health Centers than you may think.

Nearly 30 million Americans from all walks of life rely on their local community health center (CHC) for healthcare services. CHCs serve 1 in 12 Americans including 2.6 million older adults and 8 million children.

What comes first? Your health, your children, or paying the rent?

Like many of us, you may feel like you have too much going on and are not sure which problem to tackle first.  

What is preventive care in reproductive health?

Did you know that preventive reproductive health is part of your regular medical care? Reproductive Health includes physical, mental, and social wellness.

Are they just teenagers or could it be depression?

Are they just teenagers or could it be depression?


We thrive on help from our community and donors. Consider donating to Finger Lakes Community Health today.
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Our providers have experience, compassion, and stories to tell.

They have treated children in Bangladesh, helped families in Appalachia, and worked at top medical centers here at home. Our providers aren’t just experienced practitioners, they’re amazing people too!
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What does it mean to create health equity? It means addressing and tackling the preventable differences in healthcare access and treatment that LGBTQ people face. During National LGBT Health Awareness Week, we recognize that each person’s health history, genetics, and experiences are unique to them. And that means everyone’s healthcare plan will be catered to their needs.
The recent introduction of new anti-LGBTQ legislation across the country is a major concern for LGBTQ healthcare advocates. 
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