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Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) is transforming healthcare in the Hudson Valley by creating a culture that puts people first – both the people we care for as well as one another. Through mutual respect, kindness and empathy we build trust and promote well-being to every person, every time, always. We call this the WMCHealth Culture of Care and you’ll experience it in every moment from every member of our team because you matter.

Read stories about patients who have experienced the WMCHealth Culture of Care.

Bon Secours Charity Hospitals


Maureen's Story: A STAR-SPANGLED SURVIVOR

A grandma and singer from Rockland County, beat breast cancer and is singing the praises of Good Samaritan Hospital.

   

Lori’s Story: HEALING AT HER OWN HOSPITAL

When struck with a rare cancer, Lori Lade received compassionate care from St. Anthony Community Hospital -- where she's worked for 30 years.

   

Carol's Story: CANCER FIGHTERS TEAM UP -- AND WIN!

Assisted by powerful technology, the care team at Good Samaritan Hospital helps Carol LaChiana keep singing, laughing and lifting spirits.

   

Britta's Story: TIME OUT

Sidelined by a head injury, a student athlete reshaped her life -- and the way people think about concussions.


HealthAlliance Hospitals

Rebecca's Story: KEEPING CARE CLOSE TO HOME

Margaretville Hospital offers caregivers a welcome relief from looking after their loved ones around the clock.

   

TELEPSYCHIATRY REACHES RURAL STUDENTS

WMCHealth is bringing mental-health services to local kids in need.

   

Krista's Story: THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

Patients at the Family Birth Place get the comforts of home with the medical care of a hospital.

   

WHEN YOU CAN'T SAY WHAT HURTS

A lifesaving protocol for patients with autism at HealthAlliance Hospital.

 

MidHudson Regional Hospital


Falicia's Story: A HOME AWAY FROM HOME

When she got a breast cancer diagnosis with her family far away, a frightened Falicia Chance found a support system at the Redl Center for Cancer Care.

   

Kevin's Story: ALTERED STATE

When Kevin Berean appeared to be experiencing an altered state, the experts at MidHudson Regional Hospital looked beyond the symptoms to treat him.


Maria Fareri Children's Hospital

TEEN ATHLETE’S BIG COMEBACK

With the help of his family, coaches and care team at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, Armani Curet is healthy, happy, and strong.


Westchester Medical Center

Brian's Story: SHATTERED

After crashing into the ground at 30 mph, a skydiver is literally put back together by the trauma team at Westchester Medical Center.

   

Josephine’s Story: HOW TO SAVE A LIFE

Albany resident Josephine Irving is alive thanks to two transplanted organs, one miracle drug and four medical teams at WMCHealth.