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Orange Regional is Nominated for Soliant Health’s Most Beautiful Hospitals Competition

May 20, 2015

Middletown, NY – Orange Regional Medical Center is among the nation’s top hospitals that have been nominated and is now a contestant in Soliant Health’s 2015 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. Competition. Show your local pride for beautiful Orange Regional Medical Center.

Spread the word and ask your co-workers, family, friends, and neighbors to vote for Orange Regional as one of Soliant’s Top 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the United States.

By visiting http://www.soliant.com/hospitals-2015/vote/ and scrolling down through the alphabetical listing of hospitals, you can vote for, Orange Regional Medical Center. You can vote as many times as you’d like until midnight EST on Monday, June 8. Winners will be announced on June 15.

Soliant Health is one of the largest healthcare staffing companies in the United States and connects hospitals and healthcare providers with healthcare professionals in a variety of disciplines. After receiving nominations for the Most Beautiful Hospitals, a panel of experts reviewed each hospital and picked the top entries based on measures such as architectural style, photogenic properties, landscaping and distinctiveness.

As the first newly built hospital in New York State in over 20 years, Orange Regional Medical Center offers high-tech services in a contemporary, visually stunning and comfortable environment. Many patients have described it as feeling more like home than a hospital. While the mission of the hospital is to improve the health of the community by providing exceptional healthcare, one of its core values is to provide an impeccable, healing environment.

Orange Regional Medical Center (ORMC) is a 383-bed, 501(c)(3), non-profit, academic medical center and employs approximately 2,400 healthcare professionals serving 450,000 patients throughout Orange County and Sullivan County and beyond. ORMC, located about 65 miles north of NYC, is one of two hospitals in the Greater Hudson Valley Health System, the other hospital being Catskill Regional Medical Center.

Guided by a visionary Board of Directors, ORMC opened in August 2011 as a replacement hospital for two aging and outdated facilities. ORMC leaders incorporated evidenced-based design into the 383-bed hospital linking the physical environment to patient and staff outcomes. The new hospital is situated on a manicured 62-acres campus filled with over 700 trees, shrubs and flowers, on East Main Street in the Town of Wallkill and conveniently located near the intersection of I-84 and Route 17.

Features:

The state-of-the-art hospital combines high-tech healthcare with a patient-centered approach utilizing innovations such as wireless technology, electronic health records and the latest diagnostic and lifesaving equipment. The hospital features spacious private patient rooms each with its own bathroom, shower, window, HDTV and individual thermostat. ORMC also features a 40-bed ICU, a 50-bay emergency department designated as a NYSDOH Stroke Center, a children’s emergency room, a helipad, advanced cardiology services (including emergency angioplasty, elective angioplasty, and electrophysiology), 12 high-tech operating rooms, a daVinci surgical robot, interventional radiology, a birthing center, a Level 2 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a pediatric unit, an oncology center, a bariatric center, a 30-bed behavioral health center, a bone and joint/neuroscience center, inpatient physical rehabilitation, and outpatient services (including non-invasive cardiology, cardiac rehabilitation, infusion, and diagnostic imaging) – all in a delightful, warm and inviting setting.

For more information about Orange Regional, please visit www.ormc.org or call
1-888-321-6762.

Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System. To learn more please visit www.ormc.org.


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