Clifton Springs Hospital & Clinic is proud to add to the region's social, economic and educational vitality. With 262 licensed inpatient beds (including 108 in our Nursing Home), roughly 800 employees and a service area of roughly 250,000 people, the Hospital is a 'major employer' by almost any definition.
Board leadership of the Hospital is representative of the region as well as various industries and occupations. Our Board Chairman is Mr. I.A. Morris of Clifton Springs. Other board trustees include Richard Bald of Newark, Carl Beechler of Phelps, Dabiel Biery, MD of Phelps, Eric Birken, MD of Rochester, M. James Doling of Victor, William Eddinger of Manchester, R. Clinton Emery, Esq. of Victor, John Griswold of Lyons, Hope Hemingway of Lyons, Stephen Ignaczak, MD of Rochester, Mary Anne Krupsak of Geneva, John A. Porter, MD of Geneva, Ovid Randall of Clifton Springs, Sidney Sobel of Rochester, Robery Woodhouse of Rochester, Allan Walker, MD of Canandaigua, David Williamson of Sodus Point and William Young of Clifton Springs.
The Hospital, as part of its role as a steward of public health, works collaboratively with other hospitals in Ontario County, and the County Department of Health, to identify and respond to community health needs. You can read the Hospital's most recent Community Service plan here.
We offer the community numerous services and opportunities - from Nursing Education field placements to support groups for people who care for loved ones with Alzheimer's Disease. Community education events occur throughout the year, including a Diabetes Fair in November and a Child Seat Safety Inspection in June. All events are open to the general public and many of them are free. A sampling of our programs is included here. To learn about these groups or how your group may qualify to use hospital space for meetings, contact the Office of Community Relations at 315.462.0140.