Frisbie Memorial Hospital is closing a recovery center in downtown Rochester.
In a statement, Chief Nursing Officer John Levitow says the decision will eliminate "redundancy of service" and allow the hospital to better target its resources. Rochester is also served by the SOS Recovery Center.
Levitow says the hospital will work to avoid any disruption in care as patients are sent elsewhere for services.
The Frisbie recovery center opened in the fall of 2016 as a partnership between Frisbie and the city to provide 24/7 substance use disorder support and treatment.