Medina Memorial Health Care System, based in Medina, New York, serves the health care needs of Orleans, Eastern Niagara, and Northern Genesee counties. This community hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). In 1908, Medina Memorial began its services as the Medina Memorial Hospital, which was located at the corner of Eagle and Prospect Streets in Medina. Later in 1923, the present property was acquired and a new hospital was built. To reflect its broad areas of services, the hospital’s name was officially changed to Medina Memorial Health Care System. The only full service acute care system in Orleans County, Medina Memorial encompasses a continuum of inpatient and outpatient services. The Behavioral Health Unit features short term mental health services to individuals with acute psychiatric symptoms. The Women's Health Center specializes in obstetrical and gynecological services. Medina Memorial Home Care offers a complete selection of personalized care to the patients. Services of physical, occupational and speech/language therapists, social worker and clinical dietician are available. In addition to those, the hospital has occupational health, radiology, and laboratory services. Wellness, fitness, and health education programs are organized to benefit the public. Medina Memorial’s Comprehensive Medical Rehabilitation program is the only facility in the eight counties of western New York to be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). It has two outpatient service facilities in Albion. For comprehensive dialysis services, Medina Memorial operates two Lake Plains Dialysis Centers at Medina and Batavia – which rank among the top 20 dialysis facilities in the United States. Counseling services are also offered at these centers.