Proceeds to benefit new Medical Office Building and Cancer Center
Middletown, NY – On Monday, June 22, the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation held its annual Golf Classic raising $240,000 in net proceeds to benefit Orange Regional Medical Center’s new medical office building and Spagnoli Family Cancer Center. The event, chaired by Ray VanVoorhis and Jake Kriney, hosted 248 golfers at the Wallkill Golf Course and West Hills Country Club.
“Our annual Golf Classic has become a great tradition within the community and continues to be one of our key fundraising events for the Hospital,” said Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation Director of Development Pamela Yosh. “We deeply appreciate the strong show of support from our community, sponsors, players as well as Hospital staff and volunteers.”
The Golf Committee raised funds by selling limited raffle tickets, basket raffles and procuring numerous sponsorships. Orange Regional’s President & CEO Scott Batulis tested the golfers’ skills at West Hills Country Club, while Orange Regional’s Vice President of Medical Affairs, Dr. Jim Oxley challenged golfers at the Wallkill Golf Course.
About Orange Regional’s new Medical Office Building and Spagnoli Family Cancer Center
Orange Regional Medical Center has begun construction on an exciting new 153,000 square foot, five-story Medical Office Building and a 26,000 square foot, single-story Spagnoli Family Cancer Center at the hospital’s main campus. When completed in the fall of 2016, the $99 million project will help relocate many outpatient services currently provided at other off-campus locations into new, state-of-the-art buildings on the existing 73-acre hospital campus in Middletown. Both new buildings will be patient-centered healing environments incorporating all the latest technology and amenities for patients and families. Plans also include adding an additional 800 convenient parking spaces.
The first two floors of the Medical Office Building will house a world class array of the most advanced diagnostic medical technology available including (64 Slice Computerized Tomography, CT Wide-Bore Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI, Digital
X-ray, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Positron Emission Tomography, PET/CT and Fluoroscopy). The Women’s Breast Center will house 3D Mammography, the most advanced imaging available for breast cancer detection. In addition, the outpatient and procedure center will provide the most technologically advanced care in a convenient and welcoming outpatient environment. The center will house four outpatient operating rooms, endoscopy services, five procedure rooms, a primary care office, urgent care, cardiac rehabilitation, a diabetes care center, outpatient laboratory services, medical school classrooms, pre-surgical testing, a retail pharmacy, a bistro, and a community health resource center. Floors three to five will be occupied by Orange Regional Medical Group primary care and specialty physicians.
The 26,000 square foot Spagnoli Family Cancer Center will combine existing outpatient cancer therapy services including radiation oncology (True Beam and Rapid Arc Linear Accelerators, High Dose Radiation Unit) and Infusion Therapy, along with oncology exam rooms and associated nursing and care provider stations. The single-story Spagnoli Family Cancer Center will be attached to the main hospital building. For more information on cancer care or the Spagnoli Family Cancer Center, please visit www.ormccancercare.org.
To learn more about the Orange Regional Medical Center Foundation and the ways to donate to Orange Regional Medical Center, call 845-333-2333 or visit www.ormc.org/foundation.
Orange Regional Medical Center is a member of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System.