KINGSTON -- HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley Chief Executive Officer David Scarpino will speak at a YMCA public seminar 9:30 a.m. Oct. 15 about healthcare changes and how HealthAlliance is preparing for the future.
The free hourlong talk will be held in the gymnasium of the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County, 507 Broadway in Kingston.
It will be the first of two free community seminars given by Scarpino at the Y. The second one, also in the gym, will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Nov. 18.
“Healthcare is changing and HealthAlliance is responding to make sure we consistently provide the best possible care to every patient, now and over the long term,” Scarpino said.
For more information about the talk, contact the Y at 845-338-3810 ext. 127.
About the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County
The YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County is a private not-for-profit, community-based organization providing social, health, physical-education and recreation services to the residents of Ulster County.
YMCA programs include school-age child care, health enhancement and fitness classes, summer camps, swim lessons for all ages, special scholarship programs for low-income youth and families, and physical-rehabilitation programs. The YMCA serves all groups, from infants to seniors. For further information, visit ymcaulster.org.
About HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley®
HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley® is the alignment of HealthAlliance Hospital: Mary’s Avenue Campus and Broadway Campus, as well as Margaretville Hospital, Mountainside Residential Care Center and Woodland Pond at New Paltz. As the parent organization with a unified governance structure, the goal of HealthAlliance is to strengthen the quality of care and bring forward enhanced technology to serve the present and future healthcare needs in the Hudson Valley. HealthAlliance and its affiliate facilities are committed to providing compassionate, patient-centered care and ensuring patient safety, privacy and dignity to all. For further information about HealthAlliance visit our web site at hahv.org.