We are proud of our community outreach program that provides educational and preventive healthcare information and services to the community. The programming is offered in collaboration with our community partners.
Brooks-TLC contributes to the overall health and wellness of our community through its Farmers’ Market Fridays program which offers fresh fruits and vegetables in the hospital parking lot, weekly, during the summer months, June through October.
Outreach initiatives also include: a Balance Clinic, Cancer Screening, Health Fairs and Community Events and a Safe SHARPS Disposal Program.
Brooks’ Community Health Program is consistent with the Chautauqua County 2022-2024 Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan and Community Service Plan which identifies health priorities for the county.
Community Outreach Programs
Offered several times a year on T & TH from 12pm – 1pm for five consecutive weeks. Please watch our social media pages for announcement of upcoming clinic dates.
Brooks Hospital PT Clinic
529 Central Avenue
Dunkirk, NY 14048
Contact Tammy Kiszak PT, at 716-363-3092
Sponsored in conjunction with Cancer Services Program of Steuben, Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua Counties at 1-877-778-6857.
Offered to community members with no insurance or high insurance deductibles.
Contact Michele Hallmark, Imaging, at 716-363-3936.
Farmers’ Market Fridays
Brooks-TLC is doing our part to bring fresh fruits and vegetables to our community with Farmer’s Market in our parking lot at 529 Central Avenue, Dunkirk, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Fridays in June – October (depending on harvest and weather).
Learn more by contacting the Communications Office at 716-363-3968.
Health Fairs / Community Events
As one of the major employers and long-standing institutions in our community, Brooks-TLC is a proud sponsor and participant in many local health fairs and community events.
Contact Nancy Steves, Marketing and Communications, at 716-363-3968.
Safe SHARPS Disposal Program
Brooks provides a FREE sharps disposal bin for household medical needles, syringes and lancets.
Contact Joe D’Amore, Director of Environmental Services, at 716-363-7246.