Golisano Center for Community Health
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center has been awarded a New York State Department of Health grant to prepare 120 people for the future of patient care. » Read more about: NFMMC awarded grant to prepare 120 people for the future of patient care »
The June/July edition of our monthly newsletter, Keeping Up With NFMMC, is now available. A lot of exciting things are happening at our new Golisano Center for Community Health and we have plenty of other news to share. We hope you enjoy reading all about it! » Read more about: Keeping Up with NFMMC — June/July edition »
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and UPD Dental Associates today announced an important partnership to make dental services available to children and adults with special needs.
Beginning Monday (July 11), comprehensive preventive and restorative oral health services will be provided at Memorial’s Golisano Center for Community Health by UPD Dental Associates, an affiliate of the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. A $50,000 grant was awarded by the Golisano Foundation to purchase specialized equipment for the delivery of those services. » Read more about: Dental care for people with special needs coming to Golisano Center »
Patients who can’t see their doctor during daytime office hours now have a new option – extended evening hours at the Golisano Center for Community Health.
The center offers convenient, personalized care for minor illnesses and injuries including colds, sore throats, cuts, strains, sprains, headaches and fever weekdays from 5 to 9 p.m.
All insurances accepted by Memorial Medical Center will be accepted and all patients will be served — including those who receive primary care services elsewhere, » Read more about: Extended care hours offered at Golisano Center »
We invite you to view the April-May 2016 issue of our medical center newsletter “Keeping Up with NFMMC.” You’ll read about two exciting projects that were recently approved by the NY State Department of Health, an upcoming stroke awareness event, and another milestone for our robotic surgery program.
Special thanks this month go to Niagara University Vincentian Scholars/Public Relations interns Britini D’Angelo and Anna Cappello for their quality work writing and editing “Keeping Up” during the 2015-2016 academic year. » Read more about: Good News from #NFMMC »
Rick Guidotti of Positive Exposure, the gifted former fashion photographer whose photos capture the beauty of people with developmental, cognitive and physical challenges, spent Dec. 8 with us at an art studio and gallery operated by Rivershore Inc. – an organization that helps people confronting those challenges reach their highest level of human potential.
The portraits Rick photographed of Rivershore Inc. clients are simply amazing and will be on permanent display at the new Golisano Center for Community Health when it opens next spring. » Read more about: Positive Exposure: Capturing the Beauty Within »