August 8, 2014
Photo caption: (Left to right) Brad Crysler, executive director of Physician Services for Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS); Hazel Dellavia, president of the Town of Webb Health Fund, Inc. (TWHF) Board of Directors; Barbara Proper, director of TWHF; Ray Smith, director of TWHF; Robert C. Scholefield, senior vice president of MVHS, and Andrea LaGatta, director of Development, St. Elizabeth Medical Center Foundation.
For immediate release: August 8, 2014
The Town of Webb Health Center Fund, Inc. has agreed to fund the replacement of the radiology equipment at St. Elizabeth Medical Center’s (SEMC) Town of Webb Health Center in Old Forge, New York. The celebration of the new equipment was acknowledged on Friday, August 1, 2014, with a check presentation.
“We are pleased to partner with and provide funding for SEMC’s Town of Webb Health Center to replace and upgrade the radiology equipment that the Fund and Town of Webb had originally purchased in 1979,” said Hazel Dellavia, president of the Town of Webb Health Fund, Inc. Board of Directors. “The purpose of the Health Center Fund is to support the health and well-being of the residents and visitors to the Town of Webb and surrounding communities.”
The monies provided for new, state of the art radiology equipment for the staff and patients at the Health Center. The new equipment helps to ensure that the staff at the Town of Webb Health Center has the most current means possible to provide the most accurate and best care to their patients.
Radiology services are available for the Health Center’s patients and for any patient with a physician’s order.
Communications Specialist, Marketing and Public Relations
Mohawk Valley Health System