Kaleida Health today released a statement today regarding Governor Cuomo’s executive order involving personal protective equipment and medical supplies like ventilators.
Released: 4/3/2020 3:52:53 PM
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is looking at converting hotels, closed hospitals and other sites to increase capacity by 50 percent to meet the demand for beds to treat coronavirus patients.
Released: 3/23/2020 11:05:57 AM
The Enhanced Visitation Policy was updated to restrict visitors at all Kaleida Health hospitals and long-term care facilities in accordance with New York State Department of Health guidance with exceptions for end-of-life care as well as several other exceptions.
Thousands of our doctors, nurses, ancillary and support staffs are working tirelessly to care for our patients.
Released: 3/20/2020 12:18:50 PM
Congratulations to Andrew DiLuca, R.Ph., senior director of Pharmacy Services for Kaleida Health, who is the recipient of The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’s (SPPS) 2020 Orville C. Baxter Memorial Professional Practice Award.
DeGraff Memorial Hospital has been designated a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
Congratulations to Jody L. Lomeo, president and CEO, Kaleida Health and Great Lakes Health System of WNY, who received the 2019 Executive of the Year Award from the Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives (BNSME).
The Kaleida Health Foundation and The Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Foundation have been awarded $2.4 million from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation to support and launch various programs and care for the health of the Western New York (WNY) Community. The four grants will support programs at Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute, John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital and the Visiting Nursing Association of WNY.
The March Healthy U class, Inflammatory Bowel Disease will be held on Thursday, March 19 at 6 p.m. at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital.
Kaleida Health is one of 36 upstate New York hospitals and health centers last year to earn quality improvement payments from Univera Healthcare and its Rochester-based parent as part of the nonprofit health insurer’s Hospital Performance Incentive Program. Since 2005, the program has paid out more than $311 million in quality improvement incentives.