TOWN OF WALLKILL – The Greater Hudson Valley Health System is being rebranded as Garnet Health System. The change will take effect on June 18.
The health system is the umbrella corporation to Orange Regional Medical Center in the Town of Wallkill and Catskill Regional Medical Center in Harris as well as related medical services.
Spokesman Rob Lee noted the garnet is the New York State Gem and the name Garnet Health System will represent the entirety of the care at that is offered.
“We have not been purchased or acquired or purchased with anyone. We are simply changing names. It will be a way for people to know the connectivity or all our entities and how we are all working together to improve the health of our community,” he said.
Orange Regional Medical Center in the Town of Wallkill will be renamed Garnet Health Medical Center.
Catskill Regional Medical Center in Harris and Grover M. Hermann Hospital in Callicoon will be renamed Garnet Health Medical Center – Catskills.
Garnet Health Doctors will be the new name for Orange Regional Medical Group and Catskill Regional Medical Group.
ORMC Urgent Care and CRMC Urgent Care will be collectively rebranded as Garnet Health Urgent Care.
ORMC Foundation will become Garnet Health Foundation and CRMC Foundation will become Garnet Health Foundation Catskills.