Last week Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center hosted two events to dedicate and bless the all-new Ambulatory Surgery Center. The events provided an opportunity to tour the center before it officially opened on August 12.
The Ambulatory Surgery Center is located on the first floor of the Suffern Medical Pavilion at 257 Lafayette Avenue in Suffern, NY, adjacent to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.
The spacious waiting room is one of the many aspects that make the new center comfortable for patients and their families.
Eileen Dobbing, Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Vice President of Patient Care Services, expresses her excitement about the opening of the Ambulatory Surgery Center. Left, Diane Wilcomes, Director of Perioperative Services.
Father Lawrence Nwaneri, C.S.Sp., blesses one of the four state-of-the-art operating rooms in the new center.
Philip Patterson, CEO, Bon Secours Charity Health System, says the new center is yet another step toward the growth and improvement of the hospital’s care.
Physicians, clinical staff, and executive leadership cut the ribbon to open the new Ambulatory Surgery Center. From left to right: Eileen Dobbing, Diane Wilcomes, Philip Patterson, Dr. Thomas Facelle, and Dr. Richard Clarkin.
Physicians, clinical staff, and executive leadership outside the all-new Ambulatory Surgery Center at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.
Diane Wilcomes, Director of Perioperative Services, proudly speaks of the opening of the new facility and expresses her gratitude to the many people who helped execute this project.