Great updates, Gents!
Nice update TEC!
That’s my old hood.
The facade looks whacky imho.
New York-Presbyterian has completed construction of its $1.1 billion David H. Koch Center, a 740,000-square-foot ambulatory care facility on York Avenue in Manhattan.
Following today’s ribbon-cutting ceremony, the multispecialty facility will officially open to patients on April 30, offering services including surgery, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging and infusion services.
David Koch, a New York-Presbyterian board member, provided $100 million toward construction of the new outpatient center, which has 12 operating suites, six interventional radiology rooms and 11 endoscopic procedure rooms. One of its operating rooms will be dedicated to breast surgery.
By 2020 New York-Presbyterian will complete its Alexandra Cohen Hospital for Women and Newborns on the top five-and-a-half floors of the facility, which span 220,000 square feet and will include 75 private rooms and incubators and 60 neonatal intensive care incubators. That construction will cost an additional $300 million.
New York-Presbyterian said it will use technology to improve the patient experience and flow at the Koch Center first by allowing patients to complete paperwork remotely on their mobile phone or online before their visit. They will also be given smartbands to enter the building, get directions to their room and receive certain information. Patients undergoing a procedure will have private prep and recovery rooms.They can also get discharge instructions, test results and video follow-up appointments through the health system’s app.
I think this article is about 1299 York. Can we move this?