Congressman Tom Reed announced the approval of an $3,176,804 grant to the Finger Lakes Community Health Center. The grant, funded through the Health Resources and Services Administration, will be used to support high-quality, comprehensive health care to the individuals throughout the region with an emphasis on underserved and special populations.
“We care about providing accessible and affordable health care to those across the Finger Lakes region. This grant will help provide quality health care to those individuals who need such services in the area,” Reed stated.
Finger Lakes Community Health Centers focus on being patient-centered facilities and have been designated as Level 3 Certified Patient-Centered Homes by the National Committee on Quality Assurance—the highest level of recognition for excellence in comprehensive primary care.
"This funding is critical to our ability to provide comprehensive, quality healthcare services to the communities we serve in the region. It allows us, as a Community Health Center, to provide access to medical, dental and behavioral health services under one roof, focusing on patient-centered care," stated Mary Zelazny, CEO of Finger Lakes Community Health.
Finger Lakes Community Health strives to be the provider of choice for comprehensive health care and an advocate for services that improves the quality of life for diverse and underserved populations.