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As Ulster County’s largest employer, HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley operates a 315-bed healthcare system comprising HealthAlliance Hospital: Mary’s Avenue Campus and HealthAlliance Hospital: Broadway Campus in Kingston, NY, and Margaretville Hospital, a 15-bed critical access hospital in Margaretville, NY, which serves Delaware, Greene, Ulster and Schoharie counties. Joining WMCHealth in 2016, HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley also operates Mountainside Residential Care Center, an 82-bed residential care facility in Margaretville.

In the summer of 2019, the New York State Department of Health granted full project approval to HealthAlliance for the significant expansion and enhancement of its hospital on Mary’s Avenue in the City of Kingston. The new HealthAlliance Hospital will feature the addition of a new, two-story, 79,000-square-foot building adjoining the current facility, as well as a full renovation of 48,000 square feet of space within the existing hospital. Key components of the new 175-bed facility will include a newly constructed emergency care center; a newly constructed intensive care unit, along with a medical “stepdown” unit; a newly constructed birthing center; a new imaging department and fully remodeled centers for ambulatory surgery, infusion therapy and endoscopy. WMCHealth and HealthAlliance are working closely with the City of Kingston and the project is on target for completion in the latter half of 2021.

The current HealthAlliance Hospital: Broadway Campus will be converted into a “health village” — an innovative focal point for the area’s outpatient healthcare and related needs — after patient care services at the Broadway campus are relocated to the new Mary’s Avenue site. On the reimagined Broadway campus, in the heart of Kingston, HealthAlliance will collaborate with community partners in the health village to provide preventative and primary care services in one convenient destination.

The combined projects on Mary’s Avenue and Broadway, known as the Healthy Neighborhood Initiative, are expected to cost $134.9 million, with $88.8 million of the completion cost stemming from the New York State Capital Restructuring Financing Program. The balance will come from WMCHealth, HealthAlliance and a capital fundraising campaign.

Margaretville Hospital recently received a national honor from the U.S. Office of Rural Health Policy for an innovative mental healthcare program for students that combines in-person psychotherapy and telepsychiatry in public schools at no cost to the students, their families or the school districts.

Mountainside Residential Care Center received the Women’s Choice Award in 2017 and 2019 for being one of “America’s Best for Extended Care,” and for providing exceptional and compassionate care to its residents.