White Plains Hospital Breaks Ground for New Facility

WPHgroundbreakingWhite Plains Hospital celebrated the groundbreaking on a new 252,000 square foot center for advanced medicine and surgery on April 22nd. The nine-story facility, at the corner of Maple and Longview Avenues, will consolidate many of the Hospital's growing ambulatory services into one sophisticated and spacious location, equipped with the latest technology and comfortable treatment and waiting areas for patients and families. Some of the services that will be provided include advanced imaging, ambulatory surgery, endoscopy, high risk maternal-fetal medicine, orthopedics and spine care, heart and vascular medicine, surgical services, and hyperbaric wound care. The building will connect to the main Hospital and the Center for Cancer Care, providing a seamless coordination of care for patients who need other services.

Scarsdale residents at the groundbreaking included Larry Smith, Chairman of the Board of White Plains Hospital (seventh from left) and Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (sixth from right).

Below is a video that highlights the groundbreaking and key services and physicians who will be in the new center.

Click HERE for the video.

WPHrenderingRendering of the new center for advanced medicine and surgery at White Plains Hospital.