Fitness trail, open to all, is part of ‘The Future is Orange’ campaign
On September 19, Orange Regional Medical Center and Orange Regional Medical Group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in celebration of the official opening of the new Physician Office Building and Spagnoli Family Cancer Center. Pictured (from left): Stephen J. Sugrue, VP, Compliance, Real Estate and Audit, GHVHS; Dr. Jeffrey Stewart, Medical Director, Cancer Center Representative; Dr. James Oxley, Orange Regional Medical Group; Terry Olivo, ORMC Chairman, Board of Directors; Darrell Supak, GHVHS Chairman, Board of Directors; Scott Batulis, President and CEO, GHVHS; Aileen Gunther, New York State Assemblywoman; John Bonacic, New York State Senator and Dan Depew, Town of Wallkill Supervisor.
MIDDLETOWN — Orange Regional Medical Center has completed a new office building and cancer center on its main campus in Middletown. Most outpatient services provided off-campus will move into the new buildings on the 73-acre campus in Middletown. Opened on September 26, the two buildings cost $99 million. Both the office building and the Spagnoli Family Cancer Center will be “patient-centered healing environments,” with advanced technology and “amenities” for patients and families, says Orange Regional.
Physician Office Building
The first two floors of the 153,000-square-foot physician office building will house an array of advanced diagnostic medical technology, including:
64-Slice Computerized Tomography (CT)
1.5 Tesla Wide-Bore Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Positron Emission Tomography
PET/CT and fluoroscopy
Outpatient laboratory services
The Women’s Breast Center will feature all-3D mammography, advanced imaging for breast cancer detectionPre-surgical testing
Four outpatient operating rooms
Five procedure rooms
Diabetes care center
Medical school classrooms
Community health resource center
Orange Regional Medical Group specialty physicians (floors 3-5)
Spagnoli Family Cancer Center
The 26,000-square-foot cancer center will combine existing outpatient cancer therapy services, including:
Radiation oncology (True Beam and Rapid Arc Linear Accelerators)
Oncology exam rooms
Caring arts modalities (complementary therapies)
Eight hundred parking spaces have been added. The ORMC Foundation has funded a fitness trail, with outdoor exercise stations, as part of the $3.3 million “The Future is Orange” campaign, which is helping to fund the expansion. The walking and exercise path can be used by patients, families, and staff.
The Foundation also funded a viewing garden for infusion patients at the entrance of the new cancer center.
The single-story Spagnoli Family Cancer Center will be attached to the main hospital building. For more information, visit www.ormc.org.