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Valley View Family Practice

Our philosophy here at Valley View Family Practice is that every aspect of your medical care should be as personal and customized as possible. That is getting harder for us and you as government dictates more and more how care should be provided, and insurers put in place evermore complex rules and barriers to care. We work in teams, which we think allows providers, patients, nurses and secretaries to know each other better. We try to see sick or injured patients quickly, usually the day they call. We are one of a few practices that still cares for our patients, adults and children, when they are in the hospital. (We provide inpatient care at F.F. Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua.) There are naturally some trade-offs for providing personalized care. For example, patient care will always take precedence over paperwork, and it is not always possible to schedule administrative care like sports physicals on short notice. 

              We welcome your input and feel honored that you put your trust in us. 

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A rural doctor is a vital part of his or her community, has nature nearby and a life outside of work, and it’s not as remote or technically backward as some might think. A rural doctor can offer state-of-the-art medicine and a more personalized approach than typically found in a bigger city, say Robert Ostrander, MD (at right in photo), and his son, Geoffrey Ostrander, MD (at left), graduates of Upstate Medical University who share a family practice in the Finger Lakes Village of Rushville. They note the challenges of lower pay and less administrative support and their involvement with Upstate’s Rural Medical Scholars Program, which trains doctors to practice in rural areas. Click on the link below to listen to the interview with Drs. Robert and Geoffrey Ostrander. 

RURAL DOCTORS SAY MEDICAL CAREER REWARDS OUTWEIGH CHALLENGES