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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

The Orange County Partnership Honors Bon Secours Community Hospital with their Quality of Life Award

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Bon Secours Community Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), received the Quality of Life Award at the Orange County Partnership Annual Dinner for its $40 million Investing in a Healthier Community project. This transformative project is expected to usher in a new era of healthcare in the City of Port Jervis and its surrounding tristate-area community with facility and diagnostic equipment upgrades and the development of a “medical village” hub for local residents. At the center of the transformation is the development of 43,000 square feet of space into the core of a Port Jervis “medical village” where Bon Secours Community Hospital will collaborate with community partners to provide health, wellness and other community services, such as women’s health, mental health, pediatrics and overall wellness, in one convenient destination. Quality of Life Award recognizes excellence in leadership involving the creation, maintenance or enhancement of life in Orange County.

The Orange County Partnership is the premier resource for business development opportunities in Orange County. The Partnership team guides businesses and individuals through a myriad of economic and development options within Orange County; including site selection assistance, financing options, employment training and marketing. The advisers find the most advantageous and cost-effective way for business to succeed in Orange County.