ORMC to open new Physician Office Building, Cancer Center


TOWN OF WALLKILL – Outpatient services are being relocated from the Orange Regional Medical Pavilion to the new Physician Office Building on the Orange Regional Medical Center in the Town of Wallkill.  The facility opens on Monday, September 26.

New Physicians Medical Building

Workers put the finishing touches on a garden outside
the infusion center

Hospital spokesman Rob Lee said area residents will not have to travel to any other areas for their healthcare needs.
“We have been fortunate enough to be able to expand our campuses and have this location serve as a healthcare destination for people who live in the area,” Lee said. “We are moving most of our outpatient services to the main campus at Orange Regional Medical Center and our physician group, Orange Regional Medical Group, to these new buildings, which are absolutely state-of-the-art.”
The new 153,000 square foot, five-story building, attached to hospital, will include Orange Regional Medical Group, outpatient surgery, diagnostic imaging, pre-surgical testing, the Ray W. Moody, MD. Breast Center, and the Dunkelman Diabetes Center and laboratory. Radiation oncology services, currently in the Medical Pavilion, will be moving to the new Spagnoli Family Cancer Center.
The cancer center is now located in a 26,000 square foot, one-story structure connected to the main hospital. It features the most sophisticated and advanced radiation devices available.
The new physicians’ building also includes a bistro, pharmacy and a beautiful garden with locally crafted statuettes and water fountain features, all designed to sooth patients who are undergoing treatments.
The total cost of the project is $99 million and features beautiful stonework on lobby walls and artwork painted by locals featuring familiar scenes. 

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