Wound Care

New Patient Tower Opening

July 16, 2010

HVHC celebrates new patient tower opening

Hudson Valley Hospital Center celebrated the completion of a $100 million renovation and expansion June 24 with the opening of its new four-story, 83,000 square-foot, all private-room patient tower. Pictured are left to right: Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and HVHC President John Federspiel.

 

HVHC celebrates new patient tower opening

Confetti flies as the new patient tower is unveiled. Pictured are HVHC Foundation Board members, HVHC President John Federspiel and Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino at the dedication ceremony June 24.

Family Day clebration at Hudson Valley Hospital Center

Whether flesh and blood or stuffed, patients get the best care at Hudson Valley Hospital Center. To celebrate the completion of its $100 million renovation, the hospital held Family Day on Saturday, June 26. There were free blood pressure screenings, giveaways, face painting, refreshments, entertainment and tours for the whole community. Pictured is Rob Iglesias of Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s Emergency Department giving a shot to a furry patient.

Patient move to new patient tower at Hudson Valley Hospital Center

Patients got the royal treatment on June 30 when the entire staff of Hudson Valley Hospital Center moved them into their new deluxe, private rooms. HVHC opened its new four-story patient tower on June 24 and wasted no time in getting everyone into new quarters. More than 70 patients were moved into their new rooms in less than 6 hours.

Transporting patient Helen York to her new room are, pictured from left to right: Lori Mayo, RN; Deirdre Gruber, Lab Director; Eileen Donatelli, Wound Care coordinator (center, pushing the bed) and John Federspiel, HVHC President. Helen, who was here from Michigan to attend a family graduation, said: “The President of the hospital came to visit me this morning and brought me the newspaper. I thought that was wonderful. This room is beautiful. It was the best sleep I had in days.”