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White Plains Hospital and Scarsdale Medical Group Sign Partnership Agreement

March 3, 2017

White Plains, NY (March 2017) –  Scarsdale Medical Group, a long-standing and highly respected medical practice in Westchester, and White Plains Hospital, a leading provider of healthcare in Westchester signed an agreement that will serve to formalize and advance their relationship as partners.
With offices in Scarsdale, Harrison and Eastchester, the Scarsdale Medical Group has been providing high-quality, individualized care in Westchester and surrounding counties for nearly 60 years. The group has more than 50 physicians focused on providing primary care as well as a wide range of medical specialties for the entire family.
“During this transformative time in healthcare, finding the right partner to align with is essential to ensuring high quality, coordinated care for our community” said Kenneth Croen, MD, Managing Partner, Scarsdale Medical Group.  Dr. Croen added, “White Plains Hospital is the right partner for our future.”
This new alliance will result in a seamless coordination of care between the practicing physicians of Scarsdale Medical Group and the advanced services at White Plains Hospital.
Susan Fox, the Hospital’s President and CEO, commented, “Scarsdale Medical Group and White Plains Hospital have for many years benefited from a very strong   relationship, collaborating closely on patient care. We are so pleased to be partnering in a more official capacity with this group of outstanding and skilled physicians.”
“Both White Plains Hospital and Scarsdale Medical Group have strong roots in this community and an incredible commitment to the highest-quality, patient focused care,” said Larry Smith, Chairman, White Plains Hospital Board of Directors. “This partnership is a natural fit, and represents a very positive development for healthcare in our community.”
White Plains Hospital has been a leader in providing high quality patient focused care to the Westchester Community for nearly 125 years and has recently undergone a campus transformation and geographic expansion, with 17 satellite facilities across the county.