The Saratogian published a story on the revitalization of healthcare in Troy. Scarlet Clement-Buffoline, chief operating officer of St. Peter’s Health Partners Acute Care, discussed the $100 million Troy master facilities plan responsible for that revitalization during a recent CapCom Financial Services Event, and was featured in the article.
From the story:
“One of the things we really focused on in creating the master facilities project was making sure that we were connecting to what the community needs were,” said Scarlet Clement-Buffoline, chief operating officer of St. Peter’s Health Partners Acute Care. “We were hearing a lot from people that they were leaving Troy or Rensselaer County to seek health services elsewhere. We knew that we really needed to expand on state-of-the-art services, focus on quality and make health care affordable, but also sustainable for us as an organization in the long term.”
Clement-Buffoline also discussed the history of healthcare in Troy, including the early days of St. Mary’s and Samaritan hospitals.
Click HERE to read the Saratogian article.