Physician assistant Terri Hannan supplements her time at Hubbs Health Center with helping patients at Geneva Community Health on West Washington Street. The health clinic provides language services, late-night hours and even in-home visits to all under-represented populations in the region. The clinic opened in March, and used to be part of Rushville Health Center, according to the article “Health Care closer to home – Bilingual clinic opens in Geneva” from the March 27 Finger Lakes Times.
Hannan, who has been working at the Finger Lakes Migrant Health Care Project's various sites for a decade or so, says she usually sees patients suffering from work-related injuries, infections and other general ailments.
“I always wanted to do like Third World health care, you know like a medical missionary kind of thing,” she said.
Hannan holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and certification from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Prior to joining the Colleges, she worked with the late Dr. Brian Dunster in Geneva, and before that at the Arcadia Family Practice in Newark.