Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center

CenteringPregnancy For Expectant Moms

A new prenatal program at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, called CenteringPregnancy, is bringing expecting mothers together for sharing Area women who are expecting a baby are discovering a new way to share their experience with one another — and their obstetrician – at the OB/GYN Center at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. Called CenteringPregnancy, it’s a group healthcare model... »

Seneca National of Indians Compact Agreement

By Joseph A. Ruffolo In recent weeks, much has been speculated about the future of the Seneca Nation of Indians Compact Agreement with New York State. Several groups have weighed in on what has happened, what has not happened and what should happen with the agreement. As a Niagara Falls native and CEO of one of the area’s largest employers, I wish to direct our attention instead toward what has ha... »

Employee Health

Seneca Gaming and NFMMC Partner to Keep Employees Healthy NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. – For many, leading a healthier lifestyle is a popular New Year’s resolution. For Seneca Gaming Corporation, it’s an ongoing commitment to the company’s 4,000 employees. Officials from Seneca Gaming Corporation and Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center announced a partnership that will continue Seneca Gaming’s efforts to... »

Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center New Surgeries

Gastroparesis – New surgeries at Niagara Falls Memorial provide relief to patients suffering severe gastric issues making it a center of excellence for gastric procedures Kevin Howey of Niagara Falls is a snack food merchandiser who for the past five years couldn’t eat the goods he delivered – or much else, for that matter – because he suffered from a debilitating disease called gastroparesi... »

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 with an aging, undependable furnace. “Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t,” h... »