Peekskill, NY – The design of the recently renovated HRHCare Jeannette J. Phillips Health Center in Peekskill, created by Gallin Beeler Design Studio, received an award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter at their annual Design Awards ceremony on Wednesday, October11.
The AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley Design Awards recognizes local architects who have made a positive aesthetic and social contribution to the built environment, and have increased public awareness of quality architectural design.
The health center renovation, completed earlier this year, included the addition of a two-story, light-filled atrium, an urgent care wing, and renovated patient waiting and exam rooms.
“The design of our newly renovated health center by Gallin & Beeler makes our services more accessible to patients, and is a beautiful addition to Peekskill’s Main Street,” said Anne Kauffman Nolon, MPH, President and CEO of HRHCare. “Our new facility design is a celebration of community connection and of our Founders’ dream of the highest quality health care offered in a healing quality environment. Our congratulations to the talented team at Gallin Beeler on this well-deserved award.”
HRHCare Community Health is a nonprofit, New York State licensed, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Founded more than 40 years ago to provide care to the medically underserved population of Peekskill, NY, HRHCare is now one of the nation’s largest community health providers. From the Capitol Region to the east end of Long Island, the HRHCare network of 28 health centers provides affordable, accessible care to more than 175,000 patients through 500,000 visits annually. The more than 350 primary care practitioners and 700 specialists and support staff have made HRHCare a destination for high-quality and compassionate care for all.
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