River Hospital announced plans to renovate the campus’s main hospital building and construct a new facility dedicated to the delivery of integrated primary and behavioral care.
These needed enhancements are designed to improve access to the hospital’s services, provide patients with a new level of comprehensive and collaborative care, and facilitate growth over the next decade. The renovation and modernization project is estimated to cost $7.25 million and will be supported through a combination of community fundraising, grant funding and hospital reserves.
Main hospital building renovations will include significant enhancements to the hospital’s Emergency Department to ensure state-of-the-art patient care for this vital service. The new three-story 26,000-square-foot facility is designed to deliver the highest level of integrated primary and behavioral care.
Replacing the five modular units that were temporarily installed on the campus in 2007, this facility will stand to the west of the main hospital and will alleviate the region’s growing demand for collaborative health care and physical therapy services. The facility is designed to provide mental health services to river community residents, active-duty soldiers stationed at Fort Drum and our region’s veterans. And, the facility will bring River Hospital’s administrative offices back onto the institution’s main campus.
|Type||Modernization & Renovation|
|Estimated Cost||$7.25 Million|
Source : riverhospital.org