Thursday, October 03, 2013
New Therapy office in Norwich: Community Partners Increase Access to Quality Healthcare
|Principals instrumental in the development and implementation
of the new UHS Therapies practice at the Eaton Center gathered outside
the office before the recent Chamber Business After Hours event held
there. From left to right: John Nelsen, Eaton Center Property Manager;
John Masse, Vice President Facilities UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital;
Gerry Seager, General Manager, SECO; Terri Seager, President, SECO;
Drake Lamen, UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital President/CEO; Chris
Kisacky, Vice President Operations UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital;
Randal Hadeed, owner of the Eaton Center; Deb Cassavaugh, UHS Chenango
Memorial Director of Special Projects.
UHS News Release
Contact: Linda Lewis-Moors, 337-4093 or email@example.com
October 3, 2013
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital’s CV Stratton Center
Therapy practice and the SECO therapy office in Norwich have become UHS
Therapies in Norwich. As part of the partnership, they have moved their
outpatient site to a new, convenient, specially-designed therapy center
in the Eaton Center at 26 Conkey Avenue in Norwich.
Drake Lamen, UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital’s President/CEO, commented
at a recent Commerce Chenango Business After Hours held at the new
office, “This successful move to the Eaton Center is the result of a
strong partnership among three community organizations: UHS Chenango
Memorial Hospital, SECO and the Eaton Center.”
cited Terri and Gerry Seager and Allison O’Neill from SECO along with
Randal Hadeed, owner of the Eaton Center for coming together with the
Chenango Memorial team to benefit area residents. “The therapies
planning team knew what we wanted and needed to improve therapy
services. One of the key ingredients was optimal clinic space. We are
grateful to Randy Hadeed, owner of the Eaton Center, for his willingness
to develop the space the practice now occupies to meet our needs.” Dr.
Lamen praised the revitalized space and the collaboration that made it
possible. “This is a great example of what can be done when community
partners bring community resources together to enhance community
Over the past few years, SECO has been providing
inpatient therapy services at UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital and
managing the staff at the CV Stratton Center. That partnership worked
well for patients and prepared the way for this closer relationship.
Services at the new site include physical therapy, occupational therapy
and speech therapy.
For an appointment or more information, please call UHS Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation in Norwich at 607-337-4227.
Chenango Memorial Hospital is a member of UHS, a locally owned,
not-for-profit, 916-bed hospital and health care system serving the
Greater Binghamton region from more than 40 locations around New York’s