Kingston Hospital was founded in 1894 to serve Kingston and the Hudson Valley. 110 years later, the Kingston Hospital operates a 166-bed facility, with an extensive network of facilities that cooperate to deliver the most comprehensive and local care possible.
The hospital is managed by the integrated health care system HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley. As part of the HealthAlliance System, Kingston Hospital is networked with Benedictine Hospital, Margaretville Hospital, Mountainside Residential Care Center, and Woodland Pond at New Paltz.
Kingston Hospital coordinates specialized cancer care with services offered at the Thomas A. Dee Cancer Center at Benedictine Hospital. At Benedictine Hospital, access to radiation oncology, chemotherapy, surgical oncology, and palliative care are provided, as well as individualized care programs. Cancer care is kept as local and accessible as possible in accordance with therapies and treatment modalities.
Dr. Darren Rohan, the Chief of Thoracic Surgery at HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley, performs all minimally invasive general and thoracic procedures involving lung cancer, such as diagnostic endobronchial ultrasounds to diagnose cancer, video assisted thoracic surgery lobectomy, and palliative minimally invasive surgeries.
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