Small office atmosphere and independence combined with on call coverage shared with 4 MD’s.
Full range of family practice including obstetrics, assisting at surgery and intensive care privileges.
Opportunities for teaching residents and students from the Universities of Buffalo and of Rochester as well as other facilities.
Opportunities for private practice research or collaboration with ongoing research projects.
A rural setting which is less than 1 hr. from the metropolitan attractions of Rochester
Tri-County Family Medicine Program, Inc. is a unique 17-member family practice group with five offices located in the scenic Finger Lakes region of western New York State. Our Board Certified Physicians and Physicians Assistants are dedicated to a full range of Adult ~ Geriatric ~ Pediatric and Women's Health Services, which includes obstetrics.
Tri-County has been developed as a group practice to provide primary care for Southern Livingston County and the adjacent sections of Steuben and Allegany counties. Our group currently operates a central office in Dansville, NY and four satellite offices in the surrounding communities of Cohocton, Nunda, Wayland and Geneseo. It is governed by a Board of Directors chosen from the communites from which we serve. Hospital care is provided at Noyes Memorial Hospital, a modern 72-bed hospital and a 10-bed ortho/rehab unit adjacent to the central office in Dansville.
DESCRIPTION OF THE AREA:
Dansville is located on Route 390 approximately 50 miles south of Rochester in Livingston County. Livingston is a rural county that serves as the western gateway to the Finger Lakes Region in upstate
New York. The Finger Lakes region offers boating, fishing, swimming, soaring, airplane instruction, skiing both downhill and cross country, car racing at Watkins Glen and camping at nearby Stony Brook and Letchworth state parks. The rolling hills offer a scenic setting of small towns and easy access to Metropolitan areas such as Rochester and Buffalo.
To provide high quality, cost effective primary medical care to residents of the Tri-County Family Medicine service area consistent with the provisions of the American Academy of Family Physicians. To provide an organization capable of delivering ambulatory, in-patient and emergency care; to participate in planning for local and regional health care delivery; to participate in the education of medical students, residents and allied health care professionals; and to participate in activities designed to promote the general health of the area communities.
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