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Memorial Medical Center welcomes National Guard

February 15, 2022

Guardsmen to support Schoellkopf Health Center

Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center welcomes two guardsmen to Schoellkopf Health Center as part of the National Guards COVID-19 mission.

Staff Sergeant Robert Badendyck with Bravo Troop 2-101 CAV, U.S. Army and LCpl Wayne Bayle from 6 Comm, U.S. Marine Corps will be at the Health Center until April 1 for approximately 40 hours a week. They will be providing environmental services assistance and other support as needed, such as occasional weekend shifts to cover the front office and visitor screenings.

SSG Badendyck, a native of North Tonawanda, has been an active member of the COVID-19 mission since March 2020 serving in New York City for 5 months and at the University at Buffalo’s mass vaccination site in 2021.

LCpl Bayle comes to us from Queens, NY after being stationed at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. The Javits Center served as a 24-hour vaccination site with the capacity to administer 10,000 shots a day.

Memorial and Schoellkopf are thankful for their service and look forward to having them with us.

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