The Faxton Campus is in South Utica and home to a cancer center that is too expensive to relocate. While it is Utica's oldest hospital, they have no plans to close it.
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As taken from this guide, Faxton-St Luke's Non-employee Orientation Packet (PDF):
1875 - Faxton Hospital is established by Theodore Faxton on Sunset Avenue.
1957 - After St. Luke’s Home and Hospital and Utica Memorial Hospital merged in 1949, the new St. Luke’s Memorial Hospital Center opens on Champlin Avenue.
1997 - Faxton and St. Luke’s Memorial combine their governing boards into one common board.
2000 – Consolidation of Faxton’s & St. Luke’s hospitals.
2004 – Relocation of all inpatient services to the Luke’s campus and outpatient services to the Faxton Campus.
2016 – Outpatient services, doctors offices, and especially cancer treatment equipment that's too expense to relocate, suggest that the Faxton Campus would not close- even if a new hospital was built.
Mr Brian Boyle, M.D.
Faxton St Luke's Healthcare
1676 Sunset Avenue
Utica, NY 13502
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Site plan study (one @CityofUtica residents cannot see!), suggested Faxton Campus be used for new Oneida County / @MVHealthSystem hospital. So we offer the #mvhsdowntown hospital / garage concept located at Faxton... pic.twitter.com/UA2lFGmOhv— #NoHospitalDowntown (@NoHospitalDwtn) June 4, 2018
Hard to understand this regional healthcare proposal when so much has been withheld from the public. Might one day their study be released?
June 7, 2017 - Hospitals as neighborhood economic engines? Why does this lot sits empty, for what, 20-yrs in South Utica? It's located across from Faxton, behind Walgreens and AMF Bowling...
There are many other examples in South Utica and Uptown that suggest hospitals don't revitalize neighborhoods as we are being told.
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