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St. James Hospital Launches $2 Million Capital Campaign

Friday, July 19, 2019

St. James Hospital has formally launched its $2 million capital campaign to fund several capital projects associated with the new St. James Hospital construction at 7329 Seneca Rd. in Hornell.  These projects are not included in the $55 million funding that was allocated by New York State to build the new facility.

Funds from the campaign will be used for three purposes:

  • build a covered walkway that connects the new Hospital with the Medical Office Building;
  • create an outdoor courtyard for patients and visitors adjacent to the dining facility; and
  • purchase capital medical equipment for patient care.

“Our goal in the new Hospital is to provide patient-centered care in a convenient, comfortable setting,” said Bryan O’Donovan, St. James president and CEO. “These additional projects will enhance the patient and visitor experience, and we are excited to give community members an opportunity to contribute toward these efforts.”

Pete Wall, St. James capital campaign committee chair, said, “We already have major pledges from several donors, and we invite the public to get involved at any level that they can.” 

Secure donations for the campaign can be made by online at giveto.urmc.edu/stjamescampaign or by contacting Bryan O’Donovan at bryan_odonovan@URMC.Rochester.edu, 607-324-8113.

“We are still on schedule to open the new St. James Hospital in early 2020, and these additional projects will be completed following the grand opening,” said O’Donovan.

New Podiatrist Joins St. James Hospital

Monday, June 24, 2019

DanielsSt. James Hospital welcomes podiatrist Michael Daniels, DPM, DABPM, who will begin serving patients on July 1.

Dr. Daniels specializes in surgical and non-surgical treatment of foot injuries and disorders.  He can address a wide range of conditions including heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, fungal and ingrown toenails, tendinitis, shin splints, bunions and hammer toes, corns and calluses, neuromas, infections, flat feet and Cavus foot, arthritis, diabetic and geriatric foot conditions, wound care, injury/trauma, gout, warts and more.  He treats both pediatric and adult patients.

Dr. Daniels received his medical degree from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and did his residency at Sister of Charity Hospital in Buffalo.  He is Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.

Dr. Daniels will be located four days a week at St. James Center for Orthopaedic Care at 7309 Seneca Rd., Suite 107 (entrance B) in Hornell, and do surgeries at St. James Hospital.  Appointments can be made now by calling (607) 385-3740.

UR Medicine Women’s Imaging and Breast Center Opens in Hornell

Friday, June 7, 2019

ribbon cuttingOn June 6 nearly eighty people attended a public open house hosted by St. James Hospital (Hornell) to celebrate the new UR Medicine Women’s Imaging and Breast Center, which opened for business on June 10. 

Located at the recently renovated Medical Office Building at 7309 Seneca Rd. in Hornell, this new 5,000 ft2 St. James Hospital clinic will offer comprehensive women’s imaging services including screening and diagnostic digital mammography, tomosynthesis (3D) mammography, breast biopsies, benign cyst aspiration, ultrasound imaging (for breast, ob and gyn purposes), and DEXA bone density screening.

“We are excited to open our first regional state-of-the-art women’s imaging center,” said David Waldman, M.D., Ph.D., UR Imaging department chair. “With the new technology and expertise available right in Hornell, patients won’t have to travel outside of the community for advanced women’s imaging care.  We also look forward to serving the patients of Jones Memorial Hospital Women’s Health, which is moving into space adjacent to our new imaging clinic. ”  

Many types of medical conditions can be evaluated at the new clinic including breast cancer, breast infections and lumps, fibrocystic breast changes, bone density conditions (osteopenia and osteoporosis), gynecological conditions (pelvic pain and cysts), and routine obstetric/fetal development.  For more information visit www.StJames.URMC.edu.

St. James Rolls Out Employee Recognition Program

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

icareLeadership at St. James Hospital is delighted to announce the rollout of out an employee recognition program called “ICARE Stars”, to acknowledge staff who provide exceptional care and customer service.  ICARE stands for Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence, and is tailored after the program at the University of Rochester Medical Center and its affiliates. 

“We have excellent employees who demonstrate the ICARE values every day,” said Bryan O’Donovan, St. James Hospital president and CEO.  “This program formally recognizes staff who are passionate about providing the highest level of care and service, and we encourage patients, families and visitors to fill out a nomination card for individuals who exemplify those values.”

The ICARE Stars program was rolled out internally in November to St. James staff, as a way for employees to recognize their peers. 

“We’ve had a tremendous response of peer-to-peer recognition, with nearly 400 internal nominations so far,” said O’Donovan.  “Now that we are extending the program to the public, we expect the response to be even greater.” 

He said the ICARE Stars program provides much-deserved recognition.  Staff receive ICARE certificates and are acknowledged online and at periodic internal events. 

“Serving the many and often complicated needs of patients and their families can be challenging.  The ICARE Stars program gives the public an opportunity to formally say ‘thank you’ to any individuals at St. James – whether they directly care for patients or not – who deserve to be recognized for their compassionate and excellent service.” 

Displays of ICARE Stars nomination cards have been placed throughout St. James’s two Hornell locations (Hospital/411 Canisteo St. and Medical Office Buildling/7309 Seneca Rd.).  Completed cards can be dropped in any of the ICARE collection boxes located in the Hospital emergency room and main lobby, and at the Medical Office Building near entrances B and D.