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Nascentia Health, the former VNA Homecare, plans to move into new headquarters early in 2018

Crews from the Hayner Hoyt Corporation are building the 47,000-square-foot structure at 1050 W. Genesee St. that will serve as the new headquarters for Nascentia Health, the rebranded name of VNA Homecare, VNA Homecare Options, Home Aides of Central New York, and their respective affiliated organizations and foundations. They plan to move into the new building in early 2018.

SYRACUSE — The building at 1050 W. Genesee St., which houses the entities that are now part of Nascentia Health, has a “lot of structural issues.” The organization has spent more than $200,000 to stabilize the structure, says Kate Rolf, president and CEO of Nascentia Health. It also sought total repair estimates. “It will cost […]

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SYRACUSE — The building at 1050 W. Genesee St., which houses the entities that are now part of Nascentia Health, has a “lot of structural issues.” The organization has spent more than $200,000 to stabilize the structure, says Kate Rolf, president and CEO of Nascentia Health. It also sought total repair estimates. “It will cost […]

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