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There has never been a more critical time in rural health care.

For over 30 years, Oak Orchard Health has been delivering true community health care. Despite being located in areas designated as "health professional shortage areas," our team is inspired to deliver our best in medical, dental, and vision care to our patients and the rural communities we serve. As we address the needs and health gaps in rural health care, we rely on your support.

Read how we are making a difference in rural health care.

Invest in the health of your community. Donate today and help Oak Orchard Health continue delivering health care that makes a difference!

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If you would prefer, you can mail a check to:  

Oak Orchard Health, 300 West Avenue, Brockport NY 14420.

Your donation is fully tax-deductible.

 

Thank you for your support!

Thank you to our supporters!

Deeply invested in the health of our communities, Oak Orchard is grateful for the support of community organizations who share our commitment and support our mission.

Brockport Integrated Service and Community Organization Renovated pediatric exam rooms with murals and exam tables

Norman and Charlotte Tooley Benevolent Fund, First Presbyterian Church, Brockport, NY                                                                                          New Exam Tables

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Brockport, NY                                              What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick books (English and Spanish) — a valuable resource available for parents of young children.

One of three updated pediatric exam rooms provided by BISCO

One of three updated pediatric exam rooms provided by BISCO

New exam table provided by the Norman and Charlotte Tooley Benevolent Fund, First Presbyterian Church, Brockport, NY

New exam table provided by the Norman and Charlotte Tooley Benevolent Fund, First Presbyterian Church, Brockport, NY

Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Nancy Ciavarri (center) accepts donated books from Reverend Krista Cameron, rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church (right), and Linda Kruchten-Merring, a member of St. Luke's Vestry. 

Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Nancy Ciavarri (center) accepts donated books from Reverend Krista Cameron, rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church (right), and Linda Kruchten-Merring, a member of St. Luke's Vestry.