Hospital, facing state funding cut, will make staffing reductions
Orleans Community Health will continue to offer many services in Medina, Albion and Batavia
Press Release, Mark Cye, President/CEO of Orleans Community Health
MEDINA – Due to the recent $1 million reduction in state funding, Orleans Community Health (OCH) will be implementing staff reductions and re-assignments in order to maintain health services in our community.
The re-evaluating of operations is nothing new to the healthcare industry but is essential to allow us to keep providing the quality care that Orleans Community Health provides.
OCH will continue to meet your needs as a community hospital by offering quality services including: Surgical, Medical Surgical, Transitional Care, Emergency Department, Imaging, Cardiac, Laboratory and Residential Care.
We will also continue to offer Renal Dialysis in Batavia and Medina, as well as Primary Care, Walk-In Care, Laboratory, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Occupational Health Services in Albion.
In addition, we will continue to explore viable options to expand services to our local community while maintaining fiscal stability. We recently added podiatry and urology services and in December, we will be opening a Wound Care Center at the hospital.
Our mission continues to be to improve the health of the community we serve by providing equal access to quality health care services, at the right time, in the right place, with the most efficient use of resources.