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"To improve the health of the community by providing exceptional health care.
We are a two hospital organization, in Orange County, New York, with one campus in Middletown, NY and the other in Goshen, NY. Our campuses are 8 miles apart. We have 13 off-site facilities. We are currently building the first new hospital in New York since 1989 and expect to be moving into our new building in 2011, bringing all services together.
We offer comprehensive health services in many areas (cardiac, cancer, diabetes, Bone and Joint, physical medicine rehabilitation, etc) and recently began offering weight-reduction surgery and spine surgery.
by Garry Z. from Middletown, NY
Thanksgiving 2007 I was seen by Dr.Narario and became a patient of his, after him seeing me in the E.R. .I had taken " too must Dilantin".This was one of my medications that I take for my seizure condition.(I have since gotten a 7 day prescription drug "holder), so this doesn't happen again.
My "gate" was very unsteady and Dr Narario assured me it could be corrected with a blood test .It was.
Besides this , The Dr. Does great work for people,with incomes at or below the norm.
I only wish that ORMC would open a Epilepsy Clinic to serve the Orange County population. Once the new building opens.(hope). At the present time I have to Travel to White Plains NY.I am very good at "Data Entry" and I am seeking a Volunteering position doing something along theses lines.I have plenty of time on my hands and besides I find myself working on my laptop all day . I have a great and easy way to "digitizes Patients records." They Can be Faxed,EMailed,Scanned and entered into a Database.