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Orange Regional Completes Move Into New Hospital

Arden Hill and Horton CLOSED

Middletown, NY - In an unprecedented display of organization and planning, Orange Regional Medical Center relocated all 234 patients from the Arden Hill campus in Goshen, New York and Horton Campus in Middletown to the new Orange Regional Medical Center with no adverse incidents to report. The new hospital is located at 707 East Main Street, Middletown, 10940 (in the Town of Wallkill). In approximately eight (8) hours, ambulances transferred all patients to the state-of-the-art facility.

President & CEO, Scott Batulis said, “We had an amazing team that implemented an extremely complicated patient move plan with precision.  It reminded me of a perfect space shuttle landing.  All patients arrived safely, many with smiles on their faces and hours ahead of schedule. Thanks to everyone who was involved in this incredible effort.”

The first patient transport arrived at the new hospital at 5:58 a.m. The first Emergency Department patient to come to the hospital came at 5:12 a.m.

The first baby born at the new hospital was delivered at 10:10 a.m. today to parents Bridgete Van Lueven and James Maillet. Isabella Ann weighed 7 lb 14 oz and is doing fine.

The last baby born at the old Horton campus was born to Evelyn Cruz from Goshen. Baby Roberto and mom are also doing fine.

The last patient arrived at the new hospital at1:53 p.m.

Hospital officials report patients and staff are extremely happy with the new facility.

The Arden Hill and Horton campus are officially closed.

For more information regarding the new Orange Regional Medical Center visit www.ormcnewhospital.org  or call 1-888-321-ORMC (6762).  

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.


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Emergency Medical Services ambulances line the street at Horton in preparation for the move on August 5, 2011.

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Emergency Medical responders gather in the early morning hours on August 5, 2011, to set up for the arrival of patients at the New Orange Regional Medical Center.

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Orange Regional Medical Center Board of Directors members are all ‘thumbs up’ at 707 East Main Street in Middletown, NY. From L to R: Board members Sher Singh, Board Vice-Chairman, Bill Bassett, Ed.D., President & CEO, Scott Batulis and Paul Halpern.

Local Pine Bush Student Tours the New Orange Regional Medical Center

Middletown, NY - Orange Regional Medical Center’s President & CEO Scott Batulis provided a tour of the new hospital, scheduled to open this summer, to local second grader, Matthew Stark and his parents David and Debbie Stark. Each year, a program sponsored by the local PTA and supported by the regional and State PTA called “Reflections” has a theme. This year’s theme was “Together We Can”. Students were encouraged to submit an entry in a variety of categories including dance, film, production, literature, music and the visual arts. Matthew, a student at EJ Russell Elementary School in the Pine Bush Central School District, submitted his entry for this year’s school run program based on Orange Regional Medical Center’s New Hospital. Matthew wrote a short paragraph to go along with a photograph he took of the new facility. His submission read “Together we can build a hospital to help people when they get sick.”

The New Orange Regional Medical Center is located at 707 East Main Street and will feature 353 patient rooms, 50 Emergency Department treatment rooms, Helipad, Level 2 NICU, easy access to Rt. 17 and I-84, more than 1,600 free parking spaces and so much more.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.

student tours ORMC

Orange Regional Medical Center Receives Donation From Provident Bank Charitable Foundation

Middletown, NY- Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation recently received a generous $100,000 donation from The Provident Bank Charitable Foundation. The funds will go toward the Building for Excellence Capital campaign and will support the purchase of nursery beds in the new Orange Regional Medical Center’s Rowley Family Birthing Center scheduled to open in Summer 2011.

“The Provident Bank Charitable Foundation is proud to support Orange Regional Medical Center by furnishing this new nursery for our community’s newest members. By investing in the health of our community, we ensure a better quality of life for all residents in the Hudson Valley,” said George Strayton, President and CEO of Provident Bank.

Orange Regional Medical Center launched its $21 million Building for Excellence Capital Campaign nearly two years ago to construct a new 600,000+ square foot hospital in the Town of Wallkill. Situated on 61 acres and located at 707 East Main Street in Middletown, NY, the new facility is conveniently located near Route 17 and I-84 interchange. It will be the first new freestanding hospital built in the State of New York in more than 20 years.

“We are delighted that The Provident Bank Charitable Foundation has chosen to partner with us in welcoming babies into the world,” said Christine Maraia, Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation President. “Their continued support of health initiatives in the region illustrates their commitment to our community.”

In summer 2011, all current services offered at Orange Regional Medical Center including the Rowley Family Birthing Center will relocate to our new hospital, currently under construction. This state-of-the-art, technologically advanced facility will feature 10 private labor and delivery rooms, 24 private postpartum mother-baby suites, as well as a planned 10-bed Level 2 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Our private postpartum rooms include private bathrooms and soothing showers, individual thermostats, scenic views, HDTVs and the convenience of sleeper chairs for partners.

The Provident Bank Charitable Foundation was established in connection with the stock holding company of Provident Bank, the largest independent full-service community bank in the lower Hudson Valley.

Orange Regional’s Building for Excellence Capital Campaign continues through the end of 2011. Individuals, businesses or organizations interested in making a donation or pledge can do so online.

For more information regarding the new Orange Regional Medical Center or if you would like to schedule a representative from Orange Regional to speak about the new facility, please contact the Marketing & Public Relations Department at 845-342-7111.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.

Orange Regional Medical Center Unveils New Hospital Video

Middletown, NY - Orange Regional Medical Center has created a computer animated video of its new hospital currently under construction at 707 East Main Street in Middletown, New York. The video is just under five minutes long and provides a highly accurate view of what the new hospital will look like when it opens its doors in third quarter of 2011. Viewers are presented with each floor of the hospital which features warm, inviting and contemporary décor that is conducive to a healing environment. The new hospital contains 353 patient rooms and features:

 

  • Comfortable and spacious patient rooms
  • 50 Treatment bays within the Emergency Room
  • Helipad and covered, three-bay ambulance garage
  • Level 2 Trauma Center in development
  • Advanced Birthing Center with10-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in development
  • Sophisticated Cardiology Center with three catheterization labs and indoor rehabilitation track
  • Spacious Surgical Suite with 12 Operating Rooms
  • 2 Interventional Radiology Rooms
  • Bone & Joint Center
  • Dedicated Pediatric Unit
  • Inpatient Cancer Center
  • Outpatient Infusion Center
  • Dedicated Behavioral Health Unit
  • Wireless Healthcare Information Technology
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Non-denominational Chapel
  • Healing Garden with lush landscape
  • Expanded Cafeteria/Outside Dining Patio
  • Gift Shop
  • Café
  • More than 1,600 free parking spaces
  • Spacious waiting areas
  • Easy access from I-84 and Route 17
  • Open design spaces to accommodate future technologies, patients, visitors and growth

 

Once complete, Orange Regional Medical Center will consolidate its two existing campuses, Arden Hill and Horton, into the new 600,000 + square foot facility situated on 61 acres. It will be the first new freestanding hospital built in the State of New York in more than 20 years.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.