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Bellevue Woman’s Center: New digs, old touches

Roomy $16.8M addition opens; more upgrades coming soon

Ellis Medicine Bellevue Woman's Center, celebrated the opening of the new addition in Niskayuna, on Friday morning. Tours were offered to see the new private patient rooms and the Neil and Jane Golub Breast & Heart Health Center. Here the Golubs are given tour by Cynthia Farrelly, Administrative Director of Quality, at right. James W. Connolly. President and CEO of Ellis Medicine in background.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Ellis Medicine Bellevue Woman's Center, celebrated the opening of the new addition in Niskayuna, on Friday morning. Tours were offered to see the new private patient rooms and the Neil and Jane Golub Breast & Heart Health Center. Here the Golubs are given tour by Cynthia Farrelly, Administrative Director of Quality, at right. James W. Connolly. President and CEO of Ellis Medicine in background.
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The addition at Bellevue Woman’s Center is here, bringing regional women’s care into modernity, but preserving pieces of its past, as well. Ellis Medicine and community officials cut the ribbon on the two-story, 32,000-square-foot addition Friday, marking the completion of the year-long, $16.8 million construction project and the arrival of more spacious and private rooms for women and newborns. “The amenities that we had were not what society is looking for nowadays,” said Karen Mantas, ...


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J.D.
December 8, 2012
8:24 a.m.

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Would hope that Bellevue would provide separated delivery areas for women suffering miscarriages. Know too many women that have had to suffer through hearing healthy newborns cry when they lost their own and have none to hold.

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