Mohawk Valley Health System Reimagines Its Future
Doctors, Nurses and Executives Visit New Healthcare Centers
Owensboro, Kentucky; New Orleans, Louisiana; Elmhurst, Illinois, and closer to home, Middletown, New York, are all locations where teams of medical staff, nurses, support staff and executives from the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) have traveled to see firsthand how new hospitals are changing the patient experience. The information and ideas gained during these trips will be used as the design process progresses for the new state-of-the-art hospital planned for downtown Utica. The new hospital would be the third new hospital in New York State in more than 20 years.
Envisioning a New Regional Healthcare Campus
The St. Luke's and St. Elizabeth Campuses were built 60 and 100 years ago respectively. At that time, healthcare was quite different than it is today or will be in the future.
In order to realize the Mohawk Valley Health System's (MVHS) vision of achieving excellence in healthcare for our communities, MVHS are consolidating existing resources, eliminating redundancies, expanding the depth and breadth of services, improving access and elevating the quality of healthcare services in the region. A new, integrated health campus will help this vision become a reality.
Information Session and Community Dialogue Event - January 10, 2017
If you were unable to attend the MVHS information session and community dialogue event on Jan. 10, 2017, please view the following presentation.
Please submit any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions submitted at the sessions and via email will be reviewed and responses will be posted within the next several weeks.