UHS is always working on making improvements and enhancements to our facilities. Right now, two exciting projects—the Chenango Medical Neighborhood Plan and the Wilson Project—are in the works, with plans to bring more access and better services to people in our service area.
The Chenango Medical Neighborhood Plan
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital has created the Chenango Medical Neighborhood Plan, a project that is integral to our vision for meeting Chenango County’s healthcare needs, today and in the future. With input from the community, the project is designed to reconfigure and redeploy hospital resources to ensure continued access to essential services, expand specialty care, improve health outcomes and keep the hospital viable for years to come. A new Emergency Department and Walk-In Center are nearing completion, with high-profile billboards around the area informing the public of the arrival of the new services on a modernized, welcoming campus.
This major construction project will develop a new six-story, state-of-the-art clinical tower on the campus of UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City. The tower will be the “front door” to UHS’ services, featuring a new trauma center and emergency department, MRI suite, surgical support area and roof-top helipad. It will include four inpatient medical/surgical units with 30 private rooms each (for a total of 120 private rooms). The goal of the project is to create an exceptional experience for all patients who come to the UHS Wilson campus.
For the latest updates on these projects and more, visit nyuhs.org.