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!


Protect your heart. Tips to keep your heart healthy.

​By Dr. Pedro Gonzalez, Penn Yan Community Health, part of Finger Lakes Community Health. Danger...

Feeling your best in 2024

​By Dr. Jacob Sprouse, Clinical Pharmacist, Finger Lakes Community Health. Being your best,...

How do you keep kids healthy in the winter?

​By Rebecca Martin, FNP, Penn Yan School-Based Health Center, part of Finger Lakes Community...

Finger Lakes Community Health Wins Transformative Innovation Award

Finger Lakes Community Health (FLCH) announced it has received the 2023 Transformative Innovation...

PrEP is for Every Body

​By Olivia Catalano, Reproductive Health Program Manager, Finger Lakes Community Health Join us...

Medicare 101: With so many options, it’s important to understand the basics.

​By Rhonda Jackson, Community Health Advocate, Finger Lakes Community Health  Overview of Medicare...

A Different Kind of Pharmacist

Welcome Dr. Jacob M. Sprouse, Pharm.D., our new clinical pharmacist.

Are they just teenagers or could it be depression?

Teenage years are often defined by angst, rebellion, and breaking away from family in a search for independence. But symptoms of depression are not “normal” in adolescent development and should be taken seriously.

How do you talk with youth about difficult topics?

Is there a perfect time to talk to your kids and loved ones about important topics like relationships and sexual health? Yes, sexual health. Often not an easy topic to talk about with adults let alone kids but it’s surely an important one.

School-Based Health Centers

Imagine having a medical facility on the campus of your child’s school. Now that’s a reality with the Penn Yan School-Based Health Center located at Penn Yan Elementary.


We thrive on help from our community and donors. Consider donating to Finger Lakes Community Health today.
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Welcome Dr. Morgan Paul to our new Bath Community Health Center. Board certified in Family Medicine, he enjoys caring for people of all ages. If you need a Primary Care Provider, call 607-776-3063.
Today is World Parkinsons Day.

Parkinsons disease affects millions of lives, challenging individuals and their families with its symptoms and impact on daily life. Yet, in the face of adversity, the Parkinsons community continues to inspire us with resilience, determination, and hope.

Lets use this day to raise awareness, foster understanding, and support ongoing research efforts toward better treatments and ultimately a cure for Parkinsons disease. Together, we can make a difference and bring greater awareness and compassion to those living with Parkinsons.
April is National Minority Health Month, a time to raise awareness about the health disparities that affect minority communities and promote efforts to achieve health equity for all. 

At FLCH, we are committed to addressing these disparities and providing culturally competent care to all members of our community. Lets work together to ensure that everyone has access to the resources and support they need to live healthy, fulfilling lives.
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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Looking for long-term pregnancy protection? Look no further than Mirena! With up to 8 years of contraceptive coverage, Mirena offers peace of mind and convenience. Talk to your healthcare provider today to see if Mirena is right for you.
Our team had a great time today with JSI  & RHNTC on focus group work.

#learning #qualityimprovement
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Myth: You cant get pregnant if you have sex during your period.

Fact: While the chances of getting pregnant during menstruation are lower, its not impossible. Sperm can survive in the body for several days, and if you have a short menstrual cycle, ovulation might occur shortly after your period ends, increasing the risk of pregnancy. Its crucial to use contraception consistently if youre not trying to conceive!
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