By: C Harris-Lockwood
When I have to take my iPhone to the hospital I do not find it in downtown Utica. It is on Route 5 in New Hartford.
When I have to take my computer to the hospital I do not find it in downtown Utica. It is on Route 5A in New Hartford.
When I have to take my car to the hospital I do not find it in downtown Utica. It is on Route 5A in Yorkville.
So, if and when I have to go to the hospital myself why would I soon have to go to downtown Utica? Why would I have to travel through the grid of an inner city to access needed high level health care? It doesn’t seem to make sense to me.
Apple, Verizon, Subaru and Dell are all multinational companies that put a lot of hard work and money into market research and accessing the optimum number of clients and customers in any given region.
What is it that MVHS seems to know that these corporate powerhouses don’t know?
How is it that to MVHS the ‘population center’ translates to downtown Utica when to these Fortune 500 companies it means New Hartford at large crossroads and access from North, South, East and West as does the current site of the St. Luke’s campus?