United Memorial Medical Center Foundation
When thinking about where you want to go, it’s important to consider how you arrived at where you are.
United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC) is the evolution of more than 100 years of progress in Genesee County’s healthcare. The culmination of a merger between two of Genesee County’s well-established hospitals - Genesee Memorial Hospital (originally Batavia Hospital) and St. Jerome Hospital – UMMC is a dynamic, 131-bed hospital that strives to promote, enhance and restore health to more than 60,000 area residents.
Proudly recognized as a Joint Replacement Center of Excellence, New York State-designated Primary Stroke Center, NICHE Exemplar, which recognizes excellence in care of older adults, and the sole maternity service provider for Genesee and Orleans Counties, UMMC aspires to be the first and most trusted healthcare choice of Genesee County.
While our hospital’s story began in 1902, the next chapter belongs to us, and its contents will be determined by our community pride, passion, and partnership.
Throughout decades of development, there has been one undeniable constant: a dedication to helping people be as healthy and live as long as possible. The essence of our heritage is the core of who we are—and who we will always be. But for us to maintain this commitment, we must continually change in other ways.
To keep our promise to deliver the best possible care to Genesee County and surrounding communities, UMMC has set a goal of $10 million for the purpose of expanding and enhancing key services. And we need your help.