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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Expansion

Westchester Medical Center

Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital has the only Level IV Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (RNICU) in the Hudson Valley, serving the entire 6,200 square-mile area between New York City and Albany. As a Level IV facility, which is New York State’s highest clinical designation, we care for the region’s tiniest and sickest babies. Our RNICU features services designed to transfer your baby from a local community hospital to Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital to receive the expert care only available here.

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Child Life

Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital

A child’s hospitalization is a scary, stressful time. The dedicated Child Life staff works to foster understanding, coping, mastery and empowerment by using creative self-expressive mediums and developmentally supportive therapeutic play opportunities to reduce the stress and anxiety related to illness, injury and hospitalization. All team members hold either Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in the areas of child life, child development, music therapy or art therapy. In addition, each team member maintains professional certification in their respective field.

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Caregiver and Family Resource Center

Westchester Medical Center

The Caregiver and Family Resource Center is dedicated to the support and well-being of all caregivers on our campuses. Our suite of programs and onsite facility in Valhalla are designed to provide assistance during the demanding and stressful times of providing care for loved ones who are hospitalized in the main hospital or Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital.

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The William Russell McCurdy Physician-in-Chief Endowment 

Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital

To ensure that families are provided with stellar care, funds are needed to support endowed positions. The William Russell McCurdy Physician-in-Chief Endowment awarded to Dr. Michael A. Gewitz, M.D. Physician in Chief; Pediatric.  One of the most distinguished names in the pediatric cardiology field Dr. Gewitz, Chief of Pediatric Cardiology at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, became Director of Pediatrics at Westchester Medical Center in 1989 and since then the department has grown to more than 150 full-time faculty and become a leading force for children’s health in the tri-state area.   Funds for this endowment enhances the ability of Dr. Gewitz as Physician-in-Chief, and those that will assume the position in the future, to position MFCH as a leader in healthcare in our region and on the national agenda; training, recruiting and retaining the best and the brightest. The endowment is named after William Russell McCurdy of Larchmont, a courageous patient of Dr. Gewitz’ who advocated for patients like himself with Barth syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. He died in 2014. 

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The Michael H. Gewitz, MD, Chief of Pediatric Cardiology Endowment

Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital

To ensure that families are provided with stellar care, funds are needed to support endowed positions. The William Russell To ensure that families are provided with stellar care, funds are needed to support endowed positions like the The Michael H. Gewitz, MD, Chief of Pediatric Cardiology Endowment.  Dr. Michael H. Gewitz is one of the most distinguished names in the pediatric cardiology field. The Endowment will assure the position in the future, and ensure that MFCH remains a leader in healthcare in our region and on the national agenda; training, recruiting and retaining the best and the brightest.  

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Burn Center

Westchester Medical Center

As the only Burn Center between New York City and the Canadian border in Eastern New York, Westchester Medical Center offers hope for survival and a productive life to hundreds of burn victims each year.The Burn Center at Westchester Medical Center maintains a team of highly trained and dedicated burn specialists providing a full range of services from intensive care through rehabilitation, with special attention to the individual’s physical, emotional and social needs. The burn unit is self-contained to minimize the risk of infection to the most susceptible of patients. It has private rooms and its own state-of-the art operating rooms and treatment areas. Family rooms, day rooms and a kitchen make patients and families as comfortable as possible.

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The Total Joint Center

MidHudson Regional Hospital

The Total Joint Center at MidHudson Regional Hospital is one of the leading medical facilities in the Hudson Valley offering a comprehensive continuum of care for patients suffering from muscle, bone, or joint problems due to injury or disease. Help us provide expert orthopedic care.

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Maria Fareri Children’s Healthcare Services at MidHudson Regional Hospital 

MidHudson Regional Hospital

The Maria Fareri Children’s Healthcare Services at MidHudson Regional Hospital provides pediatric emergency room services as well as inpatient care includinga Pediatric Emergency Room: a separate, child-friendly pediatric emergency room; a dedicated Pediatric Inpatient Unit staffed by pediatric nurses and pediatric hospitalists and a Caregiver Center services to support patients, siblings, parents and other family members during care.

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HealthAlliance Hospital Capital Campaign

Kingston

To support the creation of a modern, new hospital in Kingston with all the amenities and services you’d expect of a state-of-the-art community hospital while bringing outpatient services to the heart of the community.

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The Conklin Endowment Fund

MidHudson Regional Hospital

Supports project renovations, quality improvements, specialty training and scholarships at MidHudson Regional Hospital.

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The Medical Village

Bon Secours Community Hospital

People across the Tri-State region can benefit from streamlined access to multidisciplinary healthcare. The Wellness Center, a key part of the Village, will connect people with community‑based prevention, follow‑up care and hospital‑based services. 

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Emergency Department (ED)

Bon Secours Community Hospital

Community members receive lifesaving emergency medical care in the hospital’s recently expanded ED. The ED now features a new triage area, five-bed observation room and refurbished waiting room.

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Hybrid Surgical Suite

Good Samaritan Hospital

Patients’ procedures will be performed in a single workspace that integrates imaging equipment and multifunctional surgical tools. This surgical model enables diagnosis and treatment in one operating room, and has been shown to promote faster recovery times, reduce hospital stays and improve patient safety. 

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Robotic-Assisted Technology

Good Samaritan Hospital

Patients’ surgeons have robotic systems for use during procedures, such as prostate removal, hysterectomies, thyroid cancer removal and gastric bypass, hip and knee replacements. Robotic‑assisted technology promotes faster recovery times and  reduces hospital stays. 

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Surgical Services Expansion and Modernization

St. Anthony Community Hospital

Community members who require vascular, gynecological, urological, pulmonary, ophthalmic, plastic, hand, foot, same‑day and general procedures will be able to receive diagnostic and surgical care through an $8 million construction project. This major initiative includes a new operating room, endoscopy rooms, a bronchoscopy suite and a spacious visitor waiting room. The larger surgical services space will also allow us to expand our Total Joint Replacement Program and extend the Vascular Program. Additionally, patients will benefit from improved comfort and safety with new climate control systems, advanced digital technology and new lighting. 

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