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.

northern-homeMIDDLETOWN — 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.

What’s new?

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)
Digital X-ray
Nuclear medicine
Positron Emission Tomography
PET/CT and fluoroscopy
Urgent care
Primary care
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
Endoscopy services
Five procedure rooms
Cardiac rehabilitation
Diabetes care center
Medical school classrooms
Retail pharmacy
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)
Infusion therapy
Oncology exam rooms
Patient navigators
Clinical trials
Boutique/Appearance Center
Caring arts modalities (complementary therapies)
Healing garden

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

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