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    Ribbon Cutting Medical Center

    OPEN HOUSE - State, county and city officials joined Rome Health for the ribbon cutting ceremony of its new Medical Center at the Nov. 3rd open house. More than 100 people toured the new facility. Pictured from left: Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, Vice President Physician Practices Dr. Michael Attilio, President/CEO AnneMarie W. Czyz, Director of Specialty Practices Lisa Taurisano, Mayor Jackie Izzo, Director of Primary Care Kristen Hutchins, Dr. Vivienne Taylor, Senator Joseph Griffo, Chief Operating Officer Ryan Thompson and Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente.

    Rome Health’s new Medical Center opens Nov. 7

    Rome Health will open its new $11.4 million Medical Center Monday, Nov. 7 on the hospital’s main campus.

    Primary care physicians Michael Attilio, M.D. and Lwin Win, M.D. will be the first providers to begin seeing patients in the new center. Over the next three months, providers from Rome Medical Group (adult and pediatrics) and the bariatric and general surgeons from Rome Health Surgical specialists will move into the new 31,000-square-foot, two-story Medical Center.

    For convenient access, patients should use the parking lot off of Oak Street and enter the Medical Center through the “Bartlett Entrance.” A guided tour of the new facility is available online at romehealth.org/Rome_Health_Primary_Care/.

    The new Medical Center brings together primary care, surgical specialists, diagnostic testing and retail pharmacy under one roof for convenient, accessible, coordinated patient care.

    The Medical Center design supports providers and their care teams in delivering patient-centered care that is efficient and convenient. There are six care team pods with a total of 42 exam rooms. The innovative pod design includes six exam rooms with adjacent space for the care team and the providers to collaborate.

    The proximity of adjacent services at the hospital, including medical imaging, cardiopulmonary services and cardiology further enhances accessibility for patients who may need multiple services.