NFMMC

Expanding Our OBGYN Program

2 locations at NFMMC are serving women throughout Niagara County. We are introducing our newest location!  » Read more about: Expanding Our OBGYN Program  »


Expanding our Cardiology Program

Great Lakes Cardiovascular has expanded their offices and continues to operate at the Heart Center of Niagara at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.  » Read more about: Expanding our Cardiology Program  »


Good News from #NFMMC

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  »


Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation awards $339K grant to help Falls Memorial ‘Close the Gaps’

Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center has been awarded a three-year, $339,154 grant from The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation to support a project called “Close the Gaps.”
This project, to be initiated June 1, will provide service coordination and care management to youth with intellectual disabilities (ID), from newborns to young adults in Niagara Falls. This project will also serve the families of those with intellectual disabilities.
“We are incredibly grateful for this grant from The Peter and Elizabeth C.  » Read more about: Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation awards $339K grant to help Falls Memorial ‘Close the Gaps’  »


News 4 story provides hope for patients with gastroparesis

Brittni Smallwood of WIVB-TV has filed a compelling story about our new gastric pacemaker implant surgery, a minimally invasive procedure that provides relief to people suffering from gastroparesis.
Gastroparesis is a debilitating disease that can cause symptoms including Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), acute nausea, and abdominal pain and bloating.  The gastric pacemaker uses mild electrical pulses to stimulate a portion of the stomach muscle wall and reduce the symptoms.
Brittni’s story features Dr. Bala Thatigotla and Kevin Howey,  » Read more about: News 4 story provides hope for patients with gastroparesis  »


Keeping Up with NFMMC

The new edition of our monthly newsletter, Keeping Up with NFMMC, is now available. This issue features news of a WIVB-TV4 story about our new surgical procedures for those suffering from gastroparesis and GERD, our annual Black History luncheon celebration and our newest community partner — Qdoba Mexican Eats. Read all about it here.  » Read more about: Keeping Up with NFMMC  »


Grand opening of Qdoba Mexican Eats to benefit Niagara Falls Memorial

Qdoba Mexican Eats® announced it will open its first Western New York location on Thursday, Feb. 25 at the LaSalle Center on Military Road in Niagara Falls, New York. Qdoba is a Denver based fast-casual Mexican restaurant, known for its 3-Cheese Queso and free guacamole.
Opening day at the restaurant will be themed “Niagara FALLS for Queso” and is set to include local celebrity appearances, giveaways, a Qdoba photo booth, free Chips and Queso (one order per customer),  » Read more about: Grand opening of Qdoba Mexican Eats to benefit Niagara Falls Memorial  »


Keeping Up with NFMMC features news of new services, national honors

The January/February 2016 edition of our medical center newsletter, “Keeping up with NFMMC” is now available. This edition includes news about our new surgical offerings for patients with chronic acid reflux and gastroparesis and the national recognition being accorded our innovative Get Well/Stay Well Program.
You can read all about it here.  » Read more about: Keeping Up with NFMMC features news of new services, national honors  »