Hudson, New York – The Columbia Memorial Health (CMH) Foundation today announced Fenimore Asset Management has made a generous donation to support the construction of a new Center for Breast Health at CMH, scheduled to open in January 2023.
The CMH Center for Breast Health will provide state-of-the-art screening and diagnostic breast health services in a dedicated, modern, and comfortable space located in the Medical Office Building on the hospital’s Hudson campus. Services planned for the center include screening and diagnostic 3D mammography; screening and diagnostic ultrasound; ultrasound guided biopsy; and stereotactic breast biopsy. Education on breast health, consultation on treatment decisions, and support groups for patients and their families will also be provided.
CMH physician and breast health expert Dr. Rakel Astorga said: “Breast health requires specialized care. The planned Center for Breast Health will allow CMH to offer seamless, technologically advanced care in a convenient and welcoming environment. The donation from Fenimore Asset Management plays a critical role in completing the center and turning this vision into a reality.”
Renee Barratiere, Senior Relationship Manager at Fenimore Asset Management and CMH Foundation Board Trustee, said: “CMH has been a vital community resource for more than 130 years and we are proud to support this innovative Center. It reassures residents when they have access to local medical professionals who they know and trust, as well as first-class facilities.”
Photo caption: Fenimore Asset Management recently made a generous donation to support the construction of the new Center for Breast Health at Columbia Memorial Health. The Center, scheduled to open in January 2023, will provide state-of-the-art screening and diagnostic breast health services in a dedicated, modern, and comfortable space. Pictured above from left to right are: Frank Privitera, Director of Marketing and Renee Barratiere, Senior Relationship Manager, Fenimore Asset Management; CMH Chief Operating Officer Dorothy Urschel; and Barbara Klassen, Executive Director of the CMH Foundation.
To learn more, visit: www.givecmh.org/breastcenter or contact Barbara Klassen at firstname.lastname@example.org