Bon Secours to develop Port Jervis medical village


PORT JERVIS – Bon Secours Charity Health System will receive $24.5 million from the state to support development of a medical village in Port Jervis, Dr. Mary Leahy, health system chief executive officer said.
“This is critical to the continued provision of healthcare services for the people of that area,” Leahy said in a memo to employees, doctors, volunteers and contracted service employees.  “Access to critical care and necessary services has always been at the heart of Bon Secours Community Hospital’s mission. Today, our broader vision is to improve access to additional healthcare and health-related services, address disparities where they exist and enhance the health and well-being of those we serve.”
Last year Bon Secours signed a partnership agreement with the Westchester Medical Center Health Network and Leahy wrote that “this is just the beginning of an incredible path forward.”