Why choose Rochester Regional Health for eye care?
Our broad-based care allows Rochester Regional Health to diagnose a wide variety of patients and citizens. We offer comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens, and glasses fittings, screenings for cataracts and glaucoma, and have full-service optical shops throughout the Finger Lakes regions.
Why WorkReady at Rochester Regional Health?
WorkReady at Rochester Regional Health provides comprehensive occupational health and wellness services conveniently located throughout Western New York. With a certified, cloud-based EHR, high-quality employee engagement tools, and enhanced user experiences, our IT solutions meet the unique needs of every employer.
How do I contact MyCare in Rochester?
For questions or assistance, call (585) 922-1234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, date of birth, address and phone number. Download the MyCare App to put your health information in the palm of your hand.
How do I get my activation code for my care?
Patients who wish to participate will be issued a MyCare activation code during their clinic visit. This code will enable you to log in and create your own username and password. If you were not issued an activation code, you may call your primary care clinic to get one or ask to sign up during your next office visit.
What is a Mycare account?
MYCARE independently provides complete management services for patients enrolled in the Department of Veterans Affairs' CVC Program, including Home Front Falls Risk Assessments and Annual Home Visits. MYCARE Assessments and Reviews qualify for full DVA Rebates.
Is Rochester Regional Health the same as Rochester General Hospital?
Rochester General Hospital, an affiliate hospital of Rochester Regional Health, is a 528-bed tertiary care hospital, located in Rochester, New York. Rochester General Hospital has been serving the residents of the Rochester Region and beyond since 1847.
Is Rochester Regional Health a teaching hospital?
Rochester General Hospital (RGH) is a multi-service community teaching hospital with more than 500 inpatient beds and a depth of associated ambulatory services.
What hospitals are part of Rochester Regional Health?
Hospitals & FacilitiesRochester General Hospital.Unity Hospital.Newark-Wayne Community Hospital.Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic.United Memorial Medical Center.
How much does the CEO of Rochester Regional Health make?
His 2018 compensation totaled $3.3 million, the system's most recently filed Internal Revenue Service report shows.
Is Rgh part of Rochester Regional Health?
Rochester General Hospital is a 528-bed tertiary care hospital that has been serving the residents of the Rochester Region and beyond since 1847. Rochester General Hospital offers primary medical care and a broad range of specialties.
Is Rochester Regional Health not for profit?
ROCHESTER REGIONAL HEALTH, fiscal year ending Dec. 2019Organization zip codeTax code designationRuling date of organization's tax exempt status14617-5504501(c)(3)2015-11-01
How many hospitals are in Rochester Regional Health?
9 hospital locations. 172 primary care and ambulatory locations.
Who is the CEO of Rochester Regional Health?
Richard "Chip" DavisRochester Regional Health announced that its Board of Directors selected Richard "Chip" Davis, Ph. D., as the next CEO. Dr. Davis will assume his new role on March 7, 2022.
How many beds is Unity Hospital Rochester NY?
287Unity Hospital / Number of beds
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By actively listening and partnering with our patients, our providers use the latest advances to provide every patient with the exceptional care they deserve.
What is eHealth at Home?
eHealth at Home combines our electronic medical system, MyCare patient portal, advanced telemonitoring technology, and innovative at-home care. It gives you direct and easy access to your eHealth at Home team and empowers you to understand your symptoms so that you can be a partner in your own care.
How to contact eHealth at home?
If you or a loved one is interested in eHealth at Home, contact your primary care physician or specialist or call us at (585) 922-2194. Call Us: (585) 922-2194.
What are the benefits of eHealth at home?
What are the biggest benefits of eHealth at Home? First and foremost, peace of mind. You can rest easy knowing that your condition is being routinely monitored. Your nurse navigator will check in with you every few weeks or more frequently if needed.
Primary Eye Care
Primary eye care is a critical component of your health care. Regular eye exams allow your optometrist to assess and protect your vision and eye health, as well as identify any changes or problems with your vision. Our broad-based care allows Rochester Regional Health to diagnose a wide variety of patients and citizens.
Conditions We Treat
Our providers specialize in diagnosing and treating a variety of eye conditions, diseases, and problems. Utilizing advanced diagnostic technology and vision correction products, we diagnose and treat amblyopia, strabismus, diabetic eye disease, and astigmatism, to name a few.
We are committed to helping you enjoy the healthiest, most enjoyable contact lens-wearing experience possible. Contact lenses are available to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia (difficulty reading).
As proud leaders in surgical care, retinal diseases, and advanced eye procedures for adults and pediatric patients, our team has extensive training, and experience in a wide array of ophthalmic services. Our most common procedures consist of cataract surgery, lens replacement, glaucoma care, retinal and cornea repairs, and oculoplastics.