lohud.com 08 Sept, 2016
A five-year, $133.6 million project will soon be coming to HealthAlliance Hospital in Kingston. The plan will include, a 110,000 square-foot expansion, a 70,000 square-foot renovation, a 141 all-private patient rooms and a nearly 25,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art emergency center. Along with a new surgical concentration that will include an advanced medical imaging center, two computer-enhanced inpatient surgical suites, and a same-day surgery unit, the hospital will also provide an expanded postsurgical recovery unit and an advanced endoscopy services center, as well as a new birthing center and a pharmacy. Of the total project budget, $88.8 million of the project’s funding will come from the New York State Capital Restructuring Financing Program, with the balance coming from WMCHealth, HealthAlliance and a capital fundraising campaign.