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Jun 29, 2016

Cardinal Dolan Delivers Mobile Health Center Blessing

Publication: Hudson Valley News Network

GOSHEN – Cardinal Timothy Dolan stopped by Goshen Wednesday afternoon to give his blessing to a new ArchCare mobile health facility aimed at helping those in the area unable to travel to receive medical attention and treatment. The center’s reach will extend from Goshen to Saugerties, and it will visit farms, parishes and community centers in an attempt to provide care to a demographic in need.

Jun 19, 2016

New mobile health center rolls across region

Publication: Times Herald

FLORIDA - Two health care agencies dedicated to serving the underserved have teamed up to bring a new mobile health center to communities across the Hudson Valley.

The mobile health center - a 33-foot-long van outfitted with two examination rooms and equipment for a variety of health screenings - is a collaboration between the not-for-profit Hudson River Healthcare, known as HRHCare, and ArchCare, the Continuing Care Community of the Archdiocese of New York.

HRHCare Mobile Health
May 25, 2016

ArchCare, HRHCare Mobile Health Partnership

Publication: Hudson Valley News Network

DOVER PLAINS – Deepening its commitment to providing healthcare to underserved populations throughout the Hudson Valley, ArchCare, the healthcare ministry of the Archdiocese of New York, launched a new mobile health center to deliver primary care and other essential health services directly to those who need them most.

On Sunday, May 22, the mobile health center made its first stop at St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Dover Plains. Photo provided

Jan 13, 2016

Everyone has something to offer

Publication: Manhattan Times

Jane Hidalgo remembers feeling helpless.

After major surgery in July 2014, she faced a lengthy recuperation period. She was fitted with a neck brace and was rarely able to leave her apartment.

“I couldn’t do much — getting groceries, exercise, anything,” said Hildalgo. “If it wasn’t for the program, I would have been lost.”

Oct 19, 2015

Making their lives the best they can be

Publication: Times Herald

Sometimes Frankie Teague cries - because she's sad.

"She's not in pain," says her godmother, aunt and caregiver, Gail W. DeCicco of Kingston, something that she's recently had to explain to the certified nursing assistants, known as care members, at Teague's new home: the Center for Neurodegenerative Care at ArchCare at Ferncliff in Rhinebeck, which opened in April.

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