The Canandaigua Medical Group is a multi-specialty medical group practice that promotes the well being and satisfaction of all those who rely on us by providing highest quality comprehensive health care. Your physician provides the care you need today and supports you in making choices that will keep you healthy in the years to come.
The Canandaigua Medical Group has offices in Canandaigua and Farmington, New York just south of Rochester, NY.
|The Canandaigua Medical Group is introducing a new Secure Practice Portal Website that interacts directly with our new Electronic Medical Records System.
Each patient will have their own individual login and password to this Secure site. Patients will be able to request prescription refills, make appointment and referral requests, access their billing summary and pay their bill on line, and access portions of their Electronic Health Record.
The site is available for our Internal Medicine and OB/GYN Patients only at this time.
To receive your secure enrollment information, please contact our office at (585) 393-2811 for Internal Medicine and (585) 393-2800 for OB/GYN. You can also request the information at your next visit.
Laura was born and raised in Canandaigua. Laura received her Nursing Degree at FLCC and her Bachelor’s Degree at Nazareth College. In June of 2001, Laura received her MSN in Midwifery and Women’s Health from the University of Rochester. Laura’s clinical training was done at Strong Memorial Hospital, Highland Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital in Watertown. Prior to Midwifery Laura worked as a labor and delivery nurse at Thompson Hospital for 11+ years. Laura is also an active member of the American College of Nurse Midwives.
Laura currently lives in Canandaigua and enjoys cooking, walking and spending time with her three children Emily, Molly and Joe.
Laura is now accepting new patients. Call for an appointment. (585) 393-2800
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