Medina Memorial Hospital, in Medina, NY, had its beginnings in 1908, when it was incorporated by a group of citizens who were interested in establishing a publicly-owned hospital. It began serving the community’s health needs with a 9-bed hospital in the Albert Swett Home – at the corner of Eagle and Prospect Streets – in Medina.
Many renovations and expansions have taken place in the more than a century since Medina Memorial Hospital opened. Today, Orleans Community Health is a full-service community health provider serving 43,000 residents in Orleans, Eastern Niagara, and Northern Genesee counties. Orleans Community Health is the only full-service, acute care system in Orleans County.
Orleans Community Health is comprised of Medina Memorial Hospital, a designated Critical Access Hospital, Renal Dialysis Centers located in Medina and Batavia, NY, Primary and Walk-In Clinic in Albion, NY, a 30 bed Skilled Nursing Home, Outpatient and Ambulatory Services, and Community Partners Wellness Center, which provides a comprehensive variety of health and wellness programs.