Westchester Medical Center Announces Joint Venture with Bon Secours

Westchester Medical Center and Bon Secours Charity Health System announced on Wednesday, a joint venture that was described by officials from the Westchester Hospital as the beginning of a longterm investment in the Hudson Valley, to ensure that residents can obtain high quality medical care as close to home as possible. Mark Nantz, the Executive Vice President of Bon Secours, stated in a recent release that the partnership will allow both parties to provide innovative health care to all residents of the Hudson Valley. Bon Secours Charity Health System is made up of Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffer, Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, and St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, as well as several health programs and agencies. The hospitals and care centers were sponsored by the Sisters of Charity in 2000 and is run by Bon Secours Health System, a Catholic not-for-profit organization. Westchester Medical Center was first founded in 1977, and is an 895 bed center with advanced care and includes the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital. No dates have been stated for the official partnership but both parties expressed that the joint venture will allow each of them to build on the existing foundation of Bon Secours to provide the best care.

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