The Times Union published a story and photos about construction on the five-story Heinrich Medicus Patient Pavilion on the Samaritan Hospital campus in Troy, and progress on SPHP’s $99 million Troy Master Facilities Plan.
From the story:
Brickwork on the patient pavilion is under way, while workers are continuing framing and finishing work inside the five-story building.
A $10 million parking garage opened in the summer of 2015 and provides 570 spaces.
The construction projects are part of a $99 million Troy Master Facilities Plan by St. Peter’s Health Partners, which operates Samaritan and another Troy hospital, St. Mary’s.
St. Peter’s Health Partners also operates St. Peter’s and Albany Memorial hospitals, both in Albany.
In Troy, St. Mary’s has transitioned to outpatient care, while Samaritan now is the sole provider of acute inpatient care in Troy.
Read the full story here.