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Thursday, December 26, 2019

HealthAlliance Hospital Breaks Ground on Transformative Expansion Project

Posted By: Advancing Care

As seen in the January/February 2020 Issue of Advancing Care

New York State Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul joined community leaders and hospital representatives as HealthAlliance Hospital in Kingston broke ground on a $92.9 million, 127,000-square-foot expansion and enhancement of the hospital’s Mary’s Avenue Campus.

HealthAlliance’s two hospital campuses in Kingston will be redeveloped as part of a two-phase healthcare-advancement project. The effort includes consolidating all hospital services to the Mary’s Avenue Campus and converting the Broadway Campus into a walkable “health village.”

The combined project cost is $134.9 million, with almost $89 million being provided by New York State. “We want to make sure all New Yorkers have access to affordable, high-quality healthcare,” said Hochul.

Visit us at HealthAlliance Hospital, a member of Westchester Medical Center Health Network, to learn more. Advancing Care. Here.

Pictured: State Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul congratulates Michael Israel, WMCHealth President and CEO. Also pictured (from left): Ulster County Executive Patrick Ryan, HealthAlliance board Chairman Thomas Collins and Kingston Mayor Steve Noble.