Orange Regional Medical Center in Middletown, New York, has selected Skanska USA Building for expanding its 73-acre hospital campus.

Under the $61m contract, Skanska is building a 14,000m² five-storey medical office building, and a 2,400m² cancer centre.

The first two floors of the medical office building will house advanced diagnostic medical technology, such as 64 slice computerised tomography, CT wide-bore magnetic resonance imaging MRI, digital X-ray, and more.

Four outpatient operating rooms, endoscopy services, and others facilities will form part of the building.

"Under the $61m contract, Skanska is building a 14,000m² five-storey medical office building, and a 2,400m² cancer centre."

The cancer centre will provide the existing outpatient cancer therapy services including radiation oncology and infusion therapy, as well as have oncology exam rooms and associated nursing and care provider stations.

The single-story Spagnoli Family Cancer Center will be attached to the main hospital building.

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Construction is expected to be completed in late 2016.

Orange has undertaken the $99m expansion to move several of its off-campus outpatient services to the new buildings.

The expanded facility will include 800 additional parking spaces.

The medical centre plans to finance the project through a $70m bonds issue and through other means of capital fundraising.

Orange Regional Medical Center president and CEO Scott Batulis said: "We are very proud to be able to expand on the great success of our new hospital and create a one-stop destination with inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic and physician services all in one fully integrated, convenient location."

The hospital moved to the existing New York premises in August 2011, when it closed two older hospitals and consolidated its services.

Image: Orange has undertaken the $99m expansion to consolidate its off-campus outpatient services. Photo: courtesy of Orange Regional Medical Center.