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2 New York hospitals merge

Albany (N.Y.) Memorial Hospital and Samaritan Hospital in Troy, N.Y., merged Jan. 1.

Albany Memorial is now a third campus of Samaritan Hospital and has been renamed Samaritan Hospital-Albany Memorial Campus. The hospitals are part of Albany-based St. Peter's Health Partners, which is a member of Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health.

"The long-planned and previously announced merger of Samaritan and Albany Memorial represents the fulfillment of our always top-of-mind goal, which is to provide the highest quality, most compassionate, and most accessible care, to all who need it, in Albany, Troy and across the Capital Region," Michael Finegan, president of acute care at SPHP, said in a news release.

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