Dr. Johnson Stuber Joins Full-time

If you are a patient at the Greece Health Center, you may have seen Genevieve Johnson Stuber, D.O., for a recent appointment. Lifetime Health is excited to now welcome her to the practice on a full-time basis. A family medicine physician, Dr. Johnson Stuber is fluent in English and Spanish, and comes to Lifetime with experience from another local health center. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Biology and Integrative Somatic Studies from Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, and her medical degree from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency in Family Medical Practice at Bay Regional Medical Center, Bay City, Michigan. We’re happy to have Dr. Johnson Stuber join us as a permanent member of the Greece health care team!


Half-off Student Eyewear Event

Good vision and good grades go hand-in-hand. According to an article in the National Journal of Medical glasses on bookResearch, “Roughly 80 percent of what a child learns in school is information that is presented visually.” And just in time for back-to-school, the Lifetime Health Optical Shop is offering a discount of half-off all student eyewear (lenses and frames) until September 15. Check out the selection at both the Folsom and Wilson Health Centers. 

Now you can save and make sure your child isn’t missing information because he or she can’t see it!


Back-to-School and Sports Reminder

August is a busy time at our practices for requests to complete back to school and sports forms. If you use the MyLifetimeHealth portal or call the office to request forms or other administrative needs, please allow two weeks for us to process your request. Thank you for your understanding. And, since it’s a busy time for you, too, Urgent Care by Lifetime Health can help if your child is in need of a last-minute sports physical. Simply walk in to one of our Urgent Care practices and request a sports physical (see locations and hours here).

August 21, 2017 — Great American Eclipse (Total Solar Eclipse)

On August 21, 2017, there will be a total solar eclipse visible in a belt spanning all across the US. This will be the first total solar eclipse visible from anywhere on mainland United States since 1979. The next one won’t be until April 2024.

Although we’re not in the direct path, New Yorkers will see a partial eclipse; visible in Rochester beginning at 1:14:25 pm when the moon will begin moving in front of the sun and ending at 3:52:01 pm.

Looking at a solar eclipse (including a partial eclipse) without protective eyewear can cause permanent damage or even blindness. To watch a solar eclipse safely, wear protective eclipse glasses or project an image of the eclipsed Sun using a pinhole projector.

Lifetime Health’s Optical Shop has ISO certified solar eclipse safety glasses available for $3. Stop by the Optical Shop at Folsom or Wilson to pick up a pair of safe solar filter glasses and enjoy this rare experience! To learn more about the Total Eclipse in our area, visit