Kaleida Health Update – COVID-19

Kaleida Health today released the following updates regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic: KALEIDA HEALTH UPDATES ON COVID-19 by Michael P. Hughes, MBA, Senior Vice President, Chief of Staff, Kaleida Health April 7 – Kaleida Health today released the following updates regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic: Earlier today, Governor Cuomo signed his

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Andrew DiLuca Receives UB Pharmacy Alumni Association Award

Getzville Resident Andrew DiLuca Honored with UB Pharmacy Alumni Association Award BUFFALO, NY, March 9, 2020 – Getzville resident Andrew DiLuca, R.Ph., senior director of Pharmacy Services for Kaleida Health, has received The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’ (SPPS) 2020 Orville C. Baxter

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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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Colucci appointed ECMCC Executive VP and General Counsel

Colucci appointed Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Erie County Medical Center Corporation   BUFFALO NEW YORK—Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) Corporation officials today announced that Anthony J. Colucci III has been appointed Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Erie County Medical Center Corporation (ECMCC).

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Kaleida Health, M&T team up to build Habitat Home on Buffalo’s East Side

Habitat for Humanity Buffalo is getting a boost from two locally headquartered companies. Kaleida Health and M&T Bank have agreed to provide full funding along with employee volunteers to build a home on Winslow Avenue on Buffalo’s East Side. Construction of the home at 39 Winslow Ave.

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Unprecedented Three Health System Collaboration

Addressing Cardiac Care Disparity in Niagara “George,” a 56-year-old unemployed welder, was complaining of chest pain when he walked into the emergency room at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. His unemployment assistance expired, he was living on public assistance and barely getting by in a drafty apartment

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