Amy Neff Roth UTICA — The site plan for the planned downtown Utica hospital includes a parking garage; a hospital along Lafayette, Columbia, Cornelia and State streets; and five parking lots with 1,135 spaces.Officials with the Mohawk Valley Health System and its architectural firm NBBJ unveiled the site plan Thursday at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Utica.“Designing a new health care complex is a complicated process and we are designing it from the inside out,” said health system...
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A new kind of MRI is giving local doctors a clearer idea of what’s wrong with some of their patients.The 3T MRI provides better resolution and clarity than older MRIs, said Dr. John Ellis, a New Hartford radiologist and director of musculoskeletal radiology at Cooperative Magnetic Imaging in the Utica Business Park, where the new MRI is located. The "3T" name refers to 3 Teslas, a measurement of the magnetic field.
Amy Neff Roth There’s a worker shortage locally and nationally that can make it hard for seniors and people with disabilities to get all the care they need.On the one hand, people, including those with disabilities, are living longer and need more direct support professionals to help care for them, a trend that’s going to accelerate in coming years, said Helen Stepowany, senior director of the Kennedy Willis Center at Pathfinder Village in Edmeston, a community providing residential care and...
Site plan for the downtown hospital released today. See what neighborhood will look like. Hospital to be 9 or 2 stories high in sections. Half block of Lafayette will become pedestrian walkway. ahttp://www.uticaod.com/news/20171116/mvhs-downtown-hospital-designed-from-inside-out
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