Newark-Wayne Community Hospital
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital (NWCH), an affiliate of Rochester Regional Health, is a 120-bed community hospital that is located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region in Wayne County, NY. NWCH offers a full range of medical services and is committed to providing unsurpassed quality and exceptional service for its patients and their families. Learn more +
Areas of Excellence at NWCH
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Women's Care Unit at Newark-Wayne
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Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB/GYN)
The Women's Center at Newark offers leading-edge OB/GYN care for women of all ages in a friendly, nurturing environment. Learn more +
Offering extraordinary care spanning from sports injuries and shoulder & elbow repairs to joint replacement surgery. Learn more +
Offering the largest, most advanced urology centers in the Finger Lakes region and the finest board-certified physicians trained in the latest technologies to treat every major urological condition. Learn more +
NWCH provides residents of Wayne County and the Finger Lakes region with a variety of surgical procedures, including robotic surgery for urology and ob/gyn procedures. Learn more +
The Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Emergency Department offers state-of-the-art, round-the-clock emergency care from board-certified emergency physicians and an expert team. Learn more +
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July 30, 2015
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Auxiliary Donates more than $104,000 on behalf of the Hospital and Patients in Wayne County
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Auxiliary has donated more than $104,000 towards services and programs at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital and DeMay Living Center in the last year. The Auxiliary, which is managed by its Board of Directors and includes more than 100 members, also advocates on behalf of the hospital and DeMay Living Center in their roles as volunteers and also as community supporters.
July 29, 2015
Ask a Doc: Heat Stroke
I recently read an article about the dangers of exercising on hot days. What can I do to prevent “overheating” on my summer runs?
July 20, 2015
Wayne County Baby Café to be Unveiled at August 6th Breastfeeding Summit – All Are Invited!
August is World breastfeeding Month and members of the Wayne County Breastfeeding Task Force are working to create awareness that breastfeeding is best for the lifelong health and emotional well-being of both mothers and babies.
July 07, 2015
Ask a Doc More on Breast Cancer
I am about to turn 42 and I haven’t had a mammogram. I went to my primary care provider for the first time in several years and she was adamant that I get a mammogram this year.
June 30, 2015
Newark Wayne Hospital Cuts Ribbon on New CT scanner
Team members, supporters and friends of Newark-Wayne Community Hospital gathered on Thursday afternoon, June 25 to celebrate the unveiling of the...
June 16, 2015
Camp MedQuest Career Camp at Newark Wayne Community Hospital
Area upcoming 9th
Grade students, with an interest in exploring health care careers, and who live in either Wayne or Ontario Counties, are invited to attend “Camp MedQuest” at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital on Wednesday, August 5th from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
June 09, 2015
Michael Jordan MD Earns Masters in Healthcare Quality and Safety Management
Michael Jordan, MD, was awarded a Master’s degree on May 28, 2015 in Healthcare Quality and Safety Management (MS-HQSM) from the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. The MS-HQSM is a specialized degree program offered by the Jefferson School of Population Health.
June 08, 2015
Newark Wayne Hospital and Community Partners to Hold 10th Annual Spring Fest
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, DeMay Living Center and the Rochester Regional Medical Group will be hosting the 10th annual FREE community event, "Spring Fest" on Saturday, June 13th
June 08, 2015
Ask a Doc Tdap Vaccine: The Importance for Pregnant Women
I am 28 weeks pregnant with my 3rd child. Today at my OB’s office the provider wanted to give me the tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap) vaccine. I know I got a tetanus shot a couple years ago and I thought that was good for 10 years. I do not remember receiving a tdap vaccine in my other pregnancies. I don’t like the idea of putting anything into my body while I am pregnant. I told the provider that I needed to think about it first. Do you think I should get the vaccine now or wait until I have delivered?
June 03, 2015
Ask a Doc: High Blood Pressure Silent But Deadly
I am 55 years-old and recently went to the doctor after many years of not doing so. I was told that I have high blood pressure. My readings were 150 over 95. I was given some instructions on diet / exercise, and told to return in a few weeks. Do you think I will need medication for my high blood pressure?