On Friday, Manhattan celebrated Stormont Vail Health’s new campus with a ribbon cutting.

CEO of Stormont Vail Dr. Robert Kenagy gave a little bit of history about the project and why it began.

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Vice President and Regional Administrator for Stormont Vail Mary Martell thanked Radina’s for opening a new coffee shop in their lobby. Martell said, “It has already become a signature part of our experience.”

Martell said the facility is fully operational, and has been since July. This week (next week) will mark the start of normal operations. This building is an integrated facility that brings together all the services Stormont Vail had in Manhattan.
New services are also coming with the facility, including an X-Ray department and endocrinologist starting in September.
Martell spoke about the photographs in the building.
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The new facility houses primary care, specialty care, lab, and imaging services. Nearly 5,700 employees provide care and support services in the new 79,000 square foot building.