Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western New York is expanding its program offerings in a partnership at the new John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital.
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- As Women and Children's Hospital prepares to move to its new location in the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, families and staff are finding ways to say goodbye to the old facility.
Jaros also said while it's sad to see the hospital's time at its old location come to a close, there is also a lot of excitement about the new facility. The major move is expected to start in the beginning of November and the hospital will be renamed the John R. Oishei Children's Hospital. Outpatient clinics moved to the new Oishei Children's Hospital Outpatient Center in January.
"[the parking shortage on and near the Medical Campus is] a good problem to have, but it’s also one that needs to be resolved quickly.
The source of the stress once again is the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, which has been growing aggressively and isn’t done yet. That’s great news for a city that was on the skids for decades and is now in expansion mode. But with thousands of people working on the Medical Campus, conflict has arisen between nearby residents and employees on the hunt for free parking."
First stent reconstruction operation of its kind performed by two medical teams from the Gates Vascular Institute and the Women & Children’s Hospital saved the life of 7-year-old dog bite victim, Kaeden.
"Kaeden's case, at least for me, is an excellent example of the interplay of excellence between the hospitals at Kaleida. This is why you need a children's hospital," Levy said. "... Without that interplay we would not have these miraculous and fabulous outcomes like we had with Kaeden."
A new summer STEM program is giving high school students from across Western New York the opportunity to help kids in need through 3-D printing and design.
On Thursday, the lunchroom at Health Sciences Charter School in Buffalo bustled with the sounds of 45 excited high school students. They’d all been brought together for a new summer program focused on STEM education.
The Delaware North Building (the 250 Delaware Building) was honored at the Brick-by-Brick awards ceremony, which recognizes the best real estate, construction and development projects. The building also received praise from the Mayor of Buffalo, who described the Delaware North building as, “a world-class, environmentally friendly, mixed-use structure that is a welcome addition to our cityscape.”
"For the second time in as many years, a Buffalo development project came away with one of the top honors in the Urban Land Institute New York’s annual awards.
The Delaware North building, developed by Uniland Development Co., was named the top statewide project in the ULI’s “Excellence in Mixed Use” category. The 12-story building, located at the corner of Delaware Avenue and W. Chippewa Street, beat out the City Point project in Brooklyn for the honors."
"The new Oishei Children’s Hospital is a step closer to opening in Buffalo’s Medical Corridor. Tuesday morning, a 150-ton crane put the 8-foot-tall letters into place. They were made by Ulrich’s Signs in Lockport."
First look inside the EB-5 NYS Project: John R. Oishei Children's Hospital in Buffalo New York
WBFO recently did a story about the local EB-5 program title: "Foreigner investors who 'buy' a green card are helping Buffalo rebuild". Read the article, or listen to it online.
The EB-5 federal immigration investment program is being used to identify 100 foreigners to help finance Kaleida Health's new hospital on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Tower 280, which for decades towered above Midtown Plaza in downtown Rochester, is nearly full, according to developers. Three years after Buckingham Properties and Morgan Management began redeveloping the Midtown Tower, tenants are moving in.