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East Hill Medical Center
144 Genesee St, Auburn, NY 13021

East Hill Medical Center is delighted to announce the upcoming East Hill Artists art contest. Submissions will be accepted during the month of July online, with select days collected in offices.

The theme of East Hill Artists contest is “Powering Communities Through Caring Connections,” the theme for this year’s National Health Center Week. All submissions should reflect this theme. There are five age groups – child, youth, teen, adult and senior. All forms and media of art are accepted, and can be submitted online at the following website, or in the offices as listed on the webpage. Learn more about the rules and requirements at www.easthillmedical.com/art-contest.

Art pieces will be reviewed by a committee, and then up to 10 from each age category will be put up for public vote, which will happen during the week of National Health Center Week, Sunday, Aug. 4 through 9. Voting will happen at www.easthillmedical.com/art-contest during that time.

All submissions may be displayed in the practices and buildings throughout East Hill Medical Center throughout the next year.

National Health Center Week is a time to recognize the amazing work community health centers like East Hill Medical Center do to provide comprehensive care to all. EHMC’s mission is to provide accessible healthcare to all residents of Cayuga County and neighboring communities by offering quality healthcare, dental services, and behavioral health services, along with support services to allow its patients to improve their quality of life. East Hill is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit that has served the community for more than 5 decades.

Besides raising awareness of EHMC’s services and positive impact, National Health Center Week is a time to show appreciation for its nearly 80 employees who are dedicated to the delivery of quality care to our patients and community at large.

“National Health Center Week is about recognizing our organization, and the staff who go above and beyond to aim for helping our patients and community every day,” COO Jessica Soule said. “Our team makes everything possible, from our core services that are vital in families’ lives, to ancillary services s our not-for-profit couldn’t offer quality care to thousands of our neighbors without them.”

Community Health Centers provide comprehensive care to more than 30 million people across the nation. EHMC services more than 8,500 unique patients in Cayuga County and adjacent counties. It offers primary care for the entire family, including board-certified pediatricians, dental and behavioral health services.