Niagara Falls, NY — Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center (NFMMC) is proud to announce the appointment of Mary Brigante, MS, BSN, RN, as the Director of the Intermediate Care Unit. Mary Brigante comes with a wealth of experience, having previously served as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Room at Kenmore Mercy Hospital.
In her new role, Ms. Brigante will oversee the operations of NFMMC’s Intermediate Care Unit. This specialized step-down ICU unit focuses on cardiac and stroke care, underscoring NFMMC’s commitment to delivering exceptional patient care.
Brigante holds a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Services from the University of Buffalo. She also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and a Master’s degree in Health Services Administration from D’Youville University.
ABOUT NIAGARA FALLS MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
Founded in 1895, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center (NFMMC) has a long tradition of serving the Niagara community. NFMMC’s hospital and primary stroke program are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care, and its primary care network is accredited by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. Memorial’s inpatient services include a cardiac/stroke unit, a medical–surgical unit, an ICU, a Labor and Delivery unit, and an Adult Inpatient Psychiatry unit, the only one of its kind in Niagara County. Memorial serves as a Center for Community Health by operating five primary care centers, a large outpatient adult mental health clinic, a Health Home, and several innovative community-based services. Thanks to a partnership with Catholic Health, Kaleida Health, and Erie County Medical Center, NFMMC operates the only cardiac catheterization laboratory in Niagara County. Memorial is also home to the Golisano Medical Oncology Center, which operates in collaboration with Roswell Park Comprehensive Care Center.