Powerful Opioid Treatment Developed at UB Goes Statewide

University of Buffalo Developed Opioid Treatment Program – Buffalo Matters Approximately 150 Western New York patients have been linked to care through Buffalo MATTERS BUFFALO, N.Y. — A program developed by University at Buffalo emergency medicine physicians to expedite patient access to comprehensive and effective opioid use

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Little red knit hats to be given to hundreds of newborns during February as Catholic Health participates in American Heart Association’s Little Hats, Big Hearts

WHAT: The Buffalo Niagara American Heart Association and Catholic Health, with support from The Children’s Heart Foundation (TCHF), area teaming up for Little Hats, Big Hearts, a national program to raise awareness about family heart health and congenital heart defects, which affect 1 in 100 babies. During

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Horticulture, Art and Yoga Programs are Planned at the Botanical Gardens

The Botanical Gardens is an inspiring place to learn about art, horticulture, and wellness. A Horticulture Certificate Series, Horticulture VI, will begin February 23, Beginner, Intermediate, and Studio Watercolor classes will be offered in several different sessions beginning February 25 and two sessions of Yoga, Gentle Hatha

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BlueCross BlueShield, Catholic Health, Catholic Medical Partners Three-Year Agreement

BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York, Catholic Health and Catholic Medical Partners Announce New Three Year Agreement — Multi-year agreement ensures BCBS members will continue to have access to quality Catholic Health services and Catholic Medical Partners physicians — Buffalo, New York– BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York, Catholic

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Mercy Hospital Honors EMS “Superheroes” at Awards Dinner

Mercy Hospital of Buffalo recently honored 26 local emergency medical services (EMS) providers, many of them who volunteer as paramedics in their communities, at its 1st Annual EMS Awards Dinner. Over 100 people gathered for the event to recognize these first responders and “superheroes” for the life-saving

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