Construction underway on $8m medical facility in Lloyd

Starting in late 2018, Health Quest Medical Practice will open a multispecialty office on Route 299 between Highland and New Paltz. Construction began in late October on a facility where patients can see providers of primary care, obstetrics, gynecology, cardiology and neurology. Patients will also be able to make follow-up appointments after surgery.

The 15,000 sq. ft. building will be located on a 5.6 acre parcel at 514-520 Route 299, which formerly housed a vacant building.

The building follows the opening of another Health Quest Medical Practice branch at Kingston Plaza in 2016.


“With these state-of-the-art facilities, we can recruit top-notch primary-care providers and specialists into the community and embrace medical innovations, which ultimately improve the health and wellness of the people we serve,” said Dr. Glenn Loomis, president of Health Quest Medical Practice.

Health Quest also operates Northern Dutchess Hospital and Vassar Brothers Medical Center, and it owns or is affiliated with many other providers and medical groups throughout the Hudson Valley.


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  1. carol J

    what a discrase these private health care companies can afford 8 million to build a private health care facility that a select few can afford to reveice services from.

    Citizens should protest, block the roads before it gets built and demand 100% equal health care for every citizen in New York.

    No way should health care not be equal for all. Who is behind this project, Trump supporters?
    either a open public care facility or NO TO THIS PROJECT IN NEW PALTZ

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