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Kaleida Health Headlines
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|7/23/2016||Boil Water Notice is Lifted|
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital is no longer under a “Boil Water Notice” and the Code Orange for the hospital has been lifted.
|7/22/2016||Powers Recognized As Caregiver Honoree|
Mary Powers, NNP, BC, neonatal outreach coordinator at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, was recognized as a Caregiver Honoree at the Buffalo Prenatal-Perinatal Network’s (BPPN) Great Baby Beginnings event on July 20.
|7/22/2016||Boil Water Notice for Physicians, Employees and Volunteers - Friday Update|
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital remains under a “Boil Water Notice” for the next 18-24 hours.
|7/22/2016||Women & Children’s Hospital Pediatric ICU Named Leader in Extracorporeal Life Support|
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo has been granted the Gold Level Award for Excellence in Life Support by the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO).
|7/21/2016||Boil Water Notice Update at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital|
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital will remain operating under a “Boil Water” notice for the next 24-48 hours.
|7/15/2016||Unions at Kaleida Health Ratify New Labor Contract|
The three unions that represent employees at Kaleida Health have ratified a new three-year master bargaining agreement.
|7/15/2016||Pediatric Dermatology Expands Phototherapy Program|
The Department of Pediatric Dermatology at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo has been offering phototherapy since 2013 and is very pleased to announce greatly expanded hours for this treatment.
|7/12/2016||Gates Vascular Institute the First in New York State and Northeast to Successfully Perform Surgery Using BrightMatter™ Technology|
The Gates Vascular Institute (GVI) announced today that it is the first hospital in New York State and in the Northeast region to successfully use Synaptive Medical’s BrightMatter™ Technology to remove a brain tumor.
|7/8/2016||Cystic Fibrosis Center at Women & Children’s Hospital Ranked #8 Among Top Centers in the U.S. for Pediatric Lung Function|
According to center specific statistics release by the CF Foundation (the most recent data released), in 2015 at Women & Children’s Hospital, the lung function (FEV1% predicted) for children ages 6-17 years was ranked #8 in the country out of approximately 120 care centers.
|7/7/2016||Stone’s Buddies Kicks-Off “Seeds of Hope” Program|
The Home Depot and WNY Heroes, Inc. teamed up with Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo on June 17 to help build garden beds in a kick off to the new “Seeds of Hope” project for members of the hospital’s Stone’s Buddies program.
|7/6/2016||Rocker Donation in Honor of NICU Graduate|
On June 30, the Rogers family delivered four rocking chairs to the Neonatal ICU at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo in honor of their daughter and NICU graduate, Maci.
|7/1/2016||John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital Construction Cam|
View live images of the John R. Oishei Children's Hospital construction site progress!
|7/1/2016||Oishei Children’s Hospital Updates|
Join KISS 98.5 radio personality Janet Snyder each Wednesday morning at 8:45 to hear the latest updates on the Oishei Children's Hospital from physicians, administrators, donors and families.
|7/1/2016||Project MINDD: Multisite Intervention and Neuroimaging Delay Discounting|
Leonard H. Epstein, PhD, SUNY Distinguished Professor and division chief of Behavioral Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at the University at Buffalo, has been awarded a $2.4 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to study how implementing self-regulation helps prevent prediabetes patients from becoming diabetic.
|6/29/2016||Kaleida Health Names Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation Designated Developer of Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo|
Kaleida Health has named Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation the designated developer for the redevelopment of Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
|6/28/2016||Hughes Receives Outstanding Practitioner Award|
Michael P. Hughes, senior vice president of public affairs and marketing at Kaleida Health, recently received the May C. Randazzo Outstanding Practitioner Award during the 27th Annual Excalibur Awards sponsored by the Buffalo Niagara Chapter of Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
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