Hudson Valley Hospital Center Featured in "Grow"

Grow event

Elmsford, NY - (April 2, 2012)- Hudson Valley Hospital Center was chosen by the Westchester County Office of Economic Development to appear in its new campaign to highlight successful businesses in Westchester County.

"Grow," a campaign featuring small to mid-size business success stories in Westchester, includes print and radio ads, inserts in local lifestyle publications and social media outreach. The goal is to get businesses already located in Westchester to expand with the help of county economic development officials.

"We are proud to be held up as an example of home grown success,'' said Hudson Valley Hospital Center President John C. Federspiel. "With the support of our community, Hudson Valley Hospital Center has grown into a medical center for the Hudson Valley. With our $100 million expansion and the opening of our new Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Hospital can better serve our community by providing quality medical care close to home.''

The Hospital joined other featured businesses on April 2 at the campaign kick-off at the Captain Lawrence Brewing Company in Elmsford, NY.

Hudson Valley Hospital Center was recognized by the Westchester County Association in October of 2010 with APEX award for Economic Development Leadership for its $100 million expansion - the largest economic development project of the year.