A proud history serving farmworkers.
Our roots run deep in the agricultural community. In fact, Oak Orchard Health was founded in 1973 as a migrant health project. Agricultural work is an important part of our region but it can be risky — from operating heavy machinery to exposure to pesticides to extreme weather.
We’re here for agricultural workers who often face problems getting high-quality health care. Some lack transportation. Some are coping with language barriers. And many can’t afford to miss work for fear of losing their jobs. Oak Orchard offers a range of specialty services to help patients find their way through the health system with more comfort and less stress. If you’d like to make a referral to our farmworker health program, please find out more here.
- Case management
- Guidance for community resources like:
- Financial assistance
- Prescriptions, food, clothing, and shelter
- COVID-19 testing and education
- Spanish-English interpretation
- Evening visits to farms for blood pressure checks, immunizations, and general care
- All our locations are open evenings for easy access.
- Health education
Oak Orchard Health is here for everyone, regardless of insurance or immigration status. We’re here for all farmworkers as a caring, trustworthy provider.
To learn more about Agricultural Workers and Migrant Health Access Campaign, please visit the National Center for Farmworker Health.
Get complete team-based health care that promotes wellness and prevention by encouraging and supporting you in your efforts.
Visit our friendly, well-trained staff, experienced with children, adults, and people with special needs. We accept patients ages three and up!
Our team wants to support the health and vitality of infant, child, and teen patients. And we can provide patients and their parents with high-quality services during evening hours.
Our team has licensed psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors who can help adult, child, and teen patients with problems like depression, anxiety, stress, addiction, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
We offer dental care to children and adults at our Warsaw, Brockport, and Hornell locations, as well as on our Mobile Dental Unit. We focus on preventing dental disease by educating patients. And we can also restore and enhance the natural beauty of your smile.
Diabetic Education and Nutrition Counseling
Get one-on-one support, education, and self-management skills to live your healthiest life through our program, recognized by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
Patient Engagement Services
Sometimes issues like lack of food or housing, unemployment, or language barriers affect patients’ health. Our Patient Engagement team can connect you to the resources you need to get the health care you deserve.
We’re here for agricultural workers who often face problems getting high-quality health care. Some lack transportation. Some are coping with language barriers. And many can’t afford to miss work for fear of losing their jobs. Oak Orchard offers a range of specialty services to help patients find their way through the health system with more comfort and less stress.
The Oak Orchard Health WIC Program provides eligible families with breastfeeding support, nutrition counseling, health education, health care referrals, referrals to other services, and nutritious foods.