The American Hospital Association (AHA) announced that it has honored Newark-Wayne Community Hospital in Newark, New York in appreciation for its 50 years of participation and leadership in the AHA. Newark-Wayne Community Hospital is part of Rochester Regional Health, a health system headquartered in Rochester, New York.
“The American Hospital Association is proud to recognize Newark-Wayne Community Hospital for 50 years of membership in the AHA and for their continued commitment to serving their patients and communities,” said AHA Regional Executive Michael Draine. “For many decades, Newark-Wayne has been a cornerstone of care in Wayne County and other surrounding communities by delivering a range of preventative and critical services to patients. We thank Newark-Wayne Community Hospital’s leaders, caregivers, and other staff for their dedication to their mission of enhancing lives and preserving health.”
Newark-Wayne, a 120-bed hospital in Wayne County, offers services including cardiology, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics and pulmonary care, as well as an innovative telemedicine program. The hospital has a renovated birthing center and emergency department. Newark-Wayne is a New York State-designated Stroke Center, a NICHE (Nurses Improving Care for Health system Elders) Exemplar hospital, and a recent recipient of the WHO Baby-Friendly designation. Rehabilitative and long-term care services are provided through DeMay Living Center, an attached facility.