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Local Pine Bush Student Tours the New Orange Regional Medical Center

May 10, 2011

Middletown, NY

Caption: 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 private 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. For more information visit www.ormcnewhospital.org.

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

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