Why Choose Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center?
At Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center we strive to provide the highest level of care through our highly skilled health care professionals and leading edge technology.
We are devoted to addressing your individual needs and demands by offering patient-centered, compassionate medical care in a warm and caring environment.
We're a full-service, 171-bed regional medical center with extensive inpatient and outpatient services including The Heart Center of Niagara, Niagara Wellness Connection Center, Wound Center of Niagara, Diabetes & Endocrinology Center of Niagara, Niagara Metabolic & Bariatric Services, The OB/GYN Center and UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. We also offer a comprehensive range of surgical services.
The first hospital in Niagara to be designated a stroke center by the New York State Department of Health, we operate several satellite facilities including the Summit Healthplex, Tuscarora Health Center, four primary care offices (Niagara Falls, Wheatfield, North Tonawanda, Grand Island) and the Schoellkopf Health Center, a 120-bed skilled nursing facility that specializes in short-term rehabilitation and elder care. Like the medical center itself, Schoellkopf features 100-percent private room accommodations.
Niagara Falls Memorial's Child Advocacy Center of Niagara enjoys national accreditation. Our community health advocacy efforts coupled with extensive and productive community partnerships such as the Niagara Falls Memorial Health Home make us one of Western New York's most consistently innovative providers of community based health outreach.
As one of the Greater Niagara region's largest employers, we pride ourselves on playing an active role as an economic engine and a catalyst for community growth. Since 2003, Memorial has made $62 million in capital improvements to its downtown Niagara Falls campus.
Through growth and change, we remain faithful to our core mission: Improving the health of the Greater Niagara Region with a passion for excellence.
Community Service Reports
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center's 2014 Community Health Needs Assessment and 2014-2017 Community Service Plan include an assessment of public health priorities and Memorial's strategies for addressing several priorities identified in conjunction with the New York State Department of Health's Prevention Agenda.
The Prevention Agenda is a blueprint for state and local community action to improve the health of New Yorkers.
The medical center's priorities were chosen as part of a collaborative process involving the Niagara County Health Department and the other hospitals in the county.
"By working together, we can work more effectively to address community needs," Memorial President & CEO Joseph A. Ruffolo said. "This is part of an ongoing process and we welcome comments and recommendations from those who live and work in the communities we serve."