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|3/1/2021 12:21:35 PM||Celebrating Women’s History Month and National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month|
This month, Kaleida Health joins the nation in celebrating Women’s History Month as well as National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
|3/1/2021||Kaleida Health Receives Award for Purchasing Efforts to Support Supplier Diversity and Inclusion|
Congratulations to Kaleida Health’s Purchasing team, led by Michelle Fiebelkorn, director of strategic sourcing, who received the Best Playbook of 2020 Award from the Buffalo Purchasing Initiative.
|2/26/2021 10:34:44 AM||WATCH NOW: Healthy U: COVID-19 & Cardiac Complications|
If you missed yesterday's Healthy U: COVID-19 & Cardiac Complications with Vijay Iyer, MD, PhD, medical director of Cardiology and Structural Heart Interventions at Kaleida Health, watch it now.
|2/25/2021 9:46:17 AM||Mini Grand Rounds: Advances in Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders Care in Western New York: COVID-19 and the Future|
Join us for Mini Grand Rounds on Wednesday, March 3 from 7:30-8 a.m. via Skype. Dr. Kara Kelly will discuss "Advances in Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders Care in Western New York: COVID-19 and the Future." CME is available and everyone is welcome to participate.
|2/24/2021 10:48:03 AM||Medically Speaking Coronavirus Special Edition Featuring Dr. Sara Berga|
Sara Berga, MD, medical director of OB/GYN and Women’s Health Program Development at Oishei Children’s Hospital, addresses the important topic of pregnancy and COVID-19 vaccination during this week’s Medically Speaking segment.
|2/19/2021 11:21:22 AM||Medically Speaking Coronavirus Special Edition Featuring Don Boyd and Dr. David Hughes|
Hear Don Boyd, president, chief operating officer, and David Hughes, MD, MPH, executive vice president, chief medical officer, Kaleida Health, reflect on the organization’s response to COVID-19 over the last year and send a message of thanks to the workforce.
|2/15/2021 8:24:16 AM||Kaleida Health Statement on Erie County’s Plan to Vaccinate Those with Underlying Medical Conditions|
Kaleida Health released a statement on February 13, 2021, regarding Erie County Department of Health’s plan to vaccinate residents with certain comorbidities and underlying medical conditions.
|2/12/2021 1:00:58 PM||Medically Speaking Coronavirus Special Edition Featuring Dr. Steven Schwaitzberg|
Dr. Steven Schwaitzberg, chief of surgery for Kaleida Health, discusses the resumption of elective surgery in Erie County.
|2/12/2021 10:32:54 AM||WATCH NOW: Dr. Kenneth Snyder Discusses COVID-19 with Students from Hilbert College|
Dr. Kenneth Snyder, Kaleida Health's chief physician quality officer, recently discussed COVID-19 virtually with students at Hilbert College. Watch the video now.
|2/12/2021 9:53:59 AM||Live Well Erie Encourages Community: Unite to Get Vaccinated|
As a way to honor the bravery of the thousands of healthcare professionals in Erie County who have put the community’s needs before their own, Live Well Erie is asking all residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in order of priority as determined by New York State officials. Data are clear that the approved vaccines are safe and effective. Lives can be saved, and our lives can start to return to normal only after enough people receive the vaccine.
|2/10/2021||COVID-19 Televised Town Hall: Airs This Week|
Kenneth Snyder, MD, PhD, Kaleida Health's chief physician quality officer, will join Raul Vazquez, MD, founder and president of G-Health Enterprises Urban Family Practice, for a televised town hall to answer questions about COVID-19. The town hall airs this week on Wednesday night and Saturday afternoon.
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