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By providing services for ailments not necessarily severe enough to require emergency room visits, the hospital staff hopes that the center will “fill a gap [in terms of health services] in Armonk and the surrounding communities,” states Rafael E.Torres, head of emergency medicine at WPH, and medical director at the new Center.The greatest controversy in his life till then had been the uproar over whether he should've been allowed to compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, as officials and experts debated over whether his Flex-Foot Cheetahs—his J-shaped carbon fiber prostheses—gave him an unfair advantage over runners equipped with "only" their biological legs.Even when he did make history as the first-ever amputee to compete in the Olympic Games, his reception in the sporting world was split.Yet it was still the summer of Oscar Pistorius, the "fastest man on no legs," the year he became an inspiration for countless people all over the world.Five months later, 29-year-old model Reeva Steenkamp was dead and her boyfriend, Oscar Pistorius, had been charged with her murder.“Living in the community, I just found that [this type of center] wasn’t at my fingertips,” comments Bordoni, speaking on the center’s location, “and it’s very important to have [a center like] this at your fingertips.” Adds Dr.Lovig: “I’m from the area [and] I think [such a center] is something that’s definitely been lacking.
“But right now, we are the first.” The facility is keeping in step with technological advancements.
Back Row (L to R): White Plains Hospital (WPH) Board Member Bill Null; Angelo Monaco, President of GTL Construction; Town of North Castle Councilman Barry Reiter; and WPH Chairman of the Board of Directors Larry Smith.
Front row (L-R): Architect Phil Cerniglia of Lothrop Associates; Armonk Real Estate Developer Mi- chael Fareri; North Castle Councilwoman Barbara Di Giacinto; North Castle Town Supervisor Michael Schiliro; WPH President & CEO Susan Fox; Margaret Cunizo Legislator-Elect for District # 3; and North Castle Councilman Stephen D’Angelo “The quality care you have come to expect from White Plains Hospital is now even closer to home.” So says the advertisement announcing the opening of White Plains Hospital’s New Medical and Wellness Center, located in Armonk.
“There really is the emphasis–from administration down–on not treating patients as numbers,” comments Dr. “It’s a one-stop shop, but in a very boutique-type way.” She credits that feel to the hospital staff.
“It’s really about the physicians, both here [at the Medical Center] and at the hospital.” Bordoni goes on to explain how each physician is “really collaborative…in their [initial] decision-making, and [in deciding] next steps with a patient.” Of course, she states, at the end of the day, “the main goal is really to keep patients out of the hospital, and living well and healthfully in their own communities.” But, if patients had to choose a hospital to spend their time while ill, Bordoni makes it clear that there is truly no better choice than White Plains Hospital.