Friday Apr 11
Four BMG surgeons shift hospitals
Buffalo Medical Group's gastroenterology group is ending a relationship with Buffalo General Medical Center and shifting surgeries to two other hospitals, effective April 14. BMG spokesman Joe Martone said the decision was made to allow the physicians to provide better local coverage for BMG patients, as a good number of the patients live in the ... (more)
State votes down Kaleida ambulatory surgery center
A panel of New York state health officials Thursday voted against an ambulatory surgery center project planned for Orchard Park.
Beckers ASC Review
5 Recent Hospital & ASC Joint Ventures
Joint ventures are an increasingly popular strategy in the hospital and ambulatory surgery center industries.
Medical campus puts out call for second innovation site developer
Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Inc. has submitted a request for qualifications to national and local groups as it seeks a partner for its Innovation Center 2 project.
Hospital execs spar over proposed ambulatory surgery center
Executives and surgeons from half a dozen Western New York hospitals traded barbs Thursday as they tried to persuade state health officials on the merits or detriments of a planned ambulatory surgery center in the Southtowns.
Children's receives $1.8M from Moore for Kids Foundation
A $1.8 million donation will support programs and an emergency department express service at the new John R. Oishei Children's Hospital.
Children's Hospital project costs grow to $270M
Changes and additions to the John R. Oishei Children's Hospital of Buffalo have sent costs up another $32 million, with the new hospital ballooning up to $270 million.
Ambulatory surgery competition appears headed to Southtowns
Citing community need, state regulators are set to recommend approval of a new ambulatory surgery center in Orchard Park despite objections by Catholic Health that its facilities could lose between $3.3 million and $6.5 million annually if the site opens.
UB institute to assist in Gates Circle revamp
To help craft a community consensus for the future of the former Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital property, TM Montante Development has retained the UB Regional Institute to work on the immediate neighborhood and stakeholders.