Poughkeepsie, NY Premier Medical Group Urology Division, a growing urology practice, has signed an agreement to construct a medical facility at Eastdale Village, according to the practice, and Joseph Kirchhoff, founder of Kirchhoff Cos. The facility will be specifically designed to provide treatment for patients with urology needs.
Last summer, the developer broke ground on Eastdale Village in partnership with Christopher Dyson and David Silver. Eastdale Village is a unique, smart-growth designed, walkable commercial and residential town center spanning the Dutchess Tpke. (U.S. Rte. 44) between Arlington and Pleasant Valley.
M&T Bank, led by Mark Stellwag and David DeVito, is providing construction financing for Premier Urology’s headquarters.
Premier Medical Group will be the first business to come to Eastdale Village and will mark an expansion – to 27,000 s/f. The facility will serve as the urology headquarters for the practice, while also keeping two satellite locations open in Rhinebeck and Fishkill.
“Premier Urology’s new headquarters will completely change the way urology is offered in the greater Hudson Valley region,” said Dr. Jason Krumholtz, managing partner of Premier Medical Group and Urology Division Leader. “It’s great for the community, as well as for our practice and patients. We are excited to be the first official business locating to Eastdale Village.”
The practice offers general urology services and urological sub-specialties that are typically only provided in major metropolitan areas, treating conditions such as prostate cancer, kidney cancer, penile prosthesis, urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse, infertility, erectile dysfunction, robotic and laparoscopic surgery, and kidney stone disease.
The facility was designed with patients in mind. The new building brings these multiple sub-specialties, along with research, all under one roof to provide a seamless experience for patients who need to visit multiple doctors. The new facility will offer phlebotomy, radiology facilities, CAT scans and ultrasounds. The building will also feature private waiting lounges, allowing patients to wait for their physician and sit among patients with similar medical issues.
“What we wanted was an architectural mirror of our practice when we built this building,” said Dr. Krumholtz. “We couldn’t have done this with anyone other than Joe Kirchhoff.”
“This group worked as hard as any I’ve ever seen to get the layout right for their patients,” Kirchhoff said. “They really care, and want to make sure their patients have the best experience possible.”