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New York Presbyterians to join Hudson Valley Hospital. In little debate, a state panel Thursday endorsed a blueprint for Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt to become part of the New York Presbyterian Healthcare System as a surge of healthcare fusions in the Lower Hudson Valley proceed. Westchester Hospital will be known as New York-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital. In the Establishment Review Committee of the State Public SHH Council, the scheme is conditional, which includes a three-year deadline for completion of the change. The Hudson Valley Hospital CEO John Federspiel was in the public at the New York State Department of Health in Albany, but did not talk.

New York Hospital will be the "active mother and employee" of the 123-bed hospital Cortlandt. Westchester Hospital is run by a 12-member panel of curators, nine from New York-Presbyterian and three from Hudson Valley Hospital Center.

Presbyterian New York will be able to recruit and dismiss senior officials, managers and health personnel, as well as the hospital's curators. The Hudson Valley Hospital Center reported a $3.6 million in losses in 2013, according to funding documentation submitted as part of the proposal. Medicare cuts were the hospital's reason for the losses.

Prebyterian Hospital in New York said its revenues in the first nine month of 2014 were $230 million higher than expected. In addition, the hospital system recorded $172 million in revenues and $58 million in capital gains. The New York Prebyterian recently acquired the Lawrence Hospital Center in Bronxville. The North Shore LIJ Health System, a large Long Island system, is in negotiations with Phelps Memorial Hospital in Sleepy Hollow and Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco.

The Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx purchased failed clinics in Mount Vernon and New Rochelle and joined White Plains Hospital. She' s also dealing with Nyack Hospital.

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