HealthAlliance proposes closing Kingston Hospital, keeping Benedictine Hospital open as full-service, non-sectarian facility
KINGSTON, N.Y. — HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley recommended today to the state Department of Health that Kingston Hospital be closed and a single-campus “full-service, nonsectarian” facility be established at at Benedictine Hospital on Mary’s Avenue, according to a press release on HealthAlliance’s website.
Cynthia Lowe, chairwoman of the HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley Board of Directors, said that state officials at the Department Health are supportive of the organization’s preliminary plan.
“It is apparent from our meeting that all parties are aligned in our goal for a financially viable model that preserves quality health care services in Ulster County,” Lowe said in a press release.
For the full text of HealthAlliance’s announcement, click here.
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