Your gift to Rochester General Hospital will help us provide healthcare of the future. The Sands-Constellation Center for Critical Care is the most ambitious project undertaken at Rochester General Hospital since the current campus was built more than 60 years ago. Designed for efficiency, this significant addition to the hospital will enable us to continue to deliver the highest standards of patient and family-centered care by improving patient flow, access, safety, privacy, and comfort.
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Delivering the highest level of patient-centered care requires more. More space. More technology. More opportunities for training and development. That’s what your support and the Sands-Constellation Center for Critical Care will provide.
With your help, we can achieve a vital next step in our evolution through state-of-the-art surgical suites, advanced women’s health and newborn care, and patient-centric care rooms for the critically ill and injured.
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Together, we can realize a great vision for our hospital, and make the dreams of our future the present.
“We are proud and fortunate to live so close to a hospital like Rochester General. The level of care is outstanding, and the new Center for Critical Care is going to take it to an even higher echelon and serve as a catalyst for modernization across the hospital.
We want the best for the people who live here. This includes the most state-of-the-art healthcare possible and we feel it is our responsibility to help. When Rochester Regional Health flourishes, the entire region is stronger for it.”
Pat Riggs, MD and Gail Riggs, PhD
Vice-Chairs, Rochester General Hospital
Because Care Matters Campaign
Rochester General Hospital is a 528-bed tertiary care hospital that has been serving the residents of the Rochester Region and beyond since 1847. Rochester General Hospital offers primary medical care and a broad range of specialties. Rochester General Hospital’s medical staff includes over 1,000 primary care physicians and specialists, many of whom have offices at the hospital and throughout the community..