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4/10/2014State Department of Health Planning Council Approves Projects
 The New York State Department of Health Public Health and Health Planning Council today voted to approve two Kaleida Health projects.
Updated: 4/10/2014

4/10/2014State Department of Health Planning Committee Approves Plans for John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital
 The New York State Department of Health Public Health and Health Planning Council today voted to approve two Kaleida Health projects, including plans for the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
Updated: 4/17/2014

4/8/2014Epilepsy Center Recognized as Level 4 Center by NAEC
 The Epilepsy Center at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo has been recognized in 2014 as a Level 4 Center based on the data submitted to the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC).
Updated: 12/15/2014

4/8/2014Teens with Type 1 Diabetes Share Experiences in Group Run by UB Medical Students
 Adolescence is stressful enough. But going through it with a chronic disease that requires multiple daily injections and finger pricks as well as a fair amount of mental math is asking a lot of the average teen.

4/8/2014Outreach Performed at Health Sciences Charter School
 Michele Ambor-Hutz, a Nurse Practioner from one of Kaleida’s new network of OB/GYN Centers performed outreach during Science week at the Health Sciences Charter School, recently opened in 2010.
Updated: 4/10/2014

4/4/201452nd Annual Variety Kids Telethon Another Success
 The 52nd annual Variety Kids Telethon to benefit Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, its Robert Warner Center for Children with Special Needs and other Western New York children’s charities, aired Sunday, March 30 on WKBW-TV Channel 7 live from the Adam’s Mark Hotel.

 


Updated: 4/4/2014

4/3/2014Kulaylat Named Medical Director, Colorectal Services at Buffalo General Medical Center
 Mahmoud N. Kulaylat, MD, has been named medical director, colorectal services at Buffalo General Medical Center.
Updated: 4/7/2014

4/3/2014Moore For Kids™ Ensures Permanent Existence of Support Programs for Chronically Ill Children and their Families and Specialized Care for Future Generations
 A $1.8 million donation by the Moore for KidsFoundation will permanently secure programs supporting chronically ill children and their families receiving care at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo and provide an important boost to the campaign for the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital.
Updated: 4/4/2014

4/1/2014April is National Donate Life Month
 April is National Donate Life Month, which works to raise awareness of organ, eye, tissue and blood donation while celebrating the generosity of those who have given the Gift of Life to others.
Updated: 4/4/2014

4/1/2014Parent Lounge in Hematology/Oncology Unit Dedicated to Former Patient is Now Completed
 

The Parent Lounge in the Hematology & Oncology in-patient unit of Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, which was opened and dedicated in 2013 to a former oncology patient Colin Wegner, has since been fully refurnished with new appliances, tables and chairs all thanks to a generous donation from the Wegner family.


Updated: 4/4/2014

3/29/2014VNA Reaches Contract Agreement with CWA1122
 Visiting Nursing Association of Western New York and Communications Workers of America/AFL-CIO (CWA1122) reach a tentative agreement.
Updated: 3/31/2014

3/28/2014Kaleida Health Receives Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification from DNV GL Healthcare
 The DNV GL Healthcare Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification affirms that the Gates Vascular Institute/Kaleida Health address the full spectrum of stroke care – diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and education.
Updated: 3/28/2014

3/27/2014Early Childhood Direction Center Earns Grant Through Community Partnership
 The Early Childhood Direction Center of Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo is part of a group of partners through the New York State Office of Children and Family Services that received a total of $154,787 in grant funding through the United Way for its Children’s Center for Success.
Updated: 3/27/2014

3/27/2014Celebrating Child Life Month
 Child Life Specialists, who provide support, facilitate coping, minimize emotional trauma and encourage normal growth for infants, children, and adolescents at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, are being recognized during National Child Life Month this March.
Updated: 4/4/2014

3/21/2014Buffalo Baby Expo Delivers for Expecting and New Parents
 Expecting, new and seasoned parents from throughout Western New York attended the Buffalo Baby Expo to discover the many resources and services available in the community.
Updated: 3/25/2014

3/21/2014Capes for Kids!
 Thank you to the Diocese of Buffalo and its Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministry who organized a service project during its 62nd annual Youth Conference in which many creatively designed capes for kids were made and then delivered for our patients to give them something fun to wear and maybe help inspire them with super hero strength and healing.

3/21/2014These Volunteers Rock!
 Thank you to the entire team of volunteers who sit and “rock” with newborns admitted in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.


3/20/2014Project Sunshine Volunteers Visit Patients for Craft Party
 Volunteers from Project Sunshine recently visited patients through the Child Life program at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo to provide a fun and creative afternoon for patients by having a craft party and teaching them arts and crafts, including how to make paper flowers for the upcoming spring season.
Updated: 6/30/2014

3/18/2014Girl Scout Troop Donates Handmade Blankets to Pediatric Patients
 The girls of Girl Scout Troop 30654 from Clarence, NY recently handmade and presented fleece blankets to donate to and comfort the pediatric patients of Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
Updated: 3/18/2014

3/17/2014Gates Vascular Institute is First in WNY to Use New Miniature Cardiac Monitor
 The Gates Vascular Institute recently announced that it is the first in Western New York to implant the smallest implantable cardiac monitoring device available, the Reveal LINQ Insertable Cardiac Monitor.
Updated: 3/24/2014

3/11/2014Family Shares Their Story on World Down Syndrome Day
 The family of Preston Taylor, a patient born and diagnosed with Down syndrome (DS) at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, shared their story about how they are using their experiences to help other families.
Updated: 3/26/2014

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