“Every year, Tops Friendly Markets host a golf tournament to raise awareness and money for the children treated at Oishei Children's Hospital.
As a preview to the gold tournament, they host a "celebrity" putting tournament where local TV, Radio, and sports celebrities team up with kids being treated at Oishei for a fun time.
This year, Tops was able to present Oishei with a check for $500,000...a record amount!”
“There's a new upscale restaurant now open on Main Street in Snyder.
Jazzboline is attached to the Reikart House hotel, and officially opens today at 5 p.m.
According to the Buffalo News, Jazzboline, ‘will seat 168, with the ballroom able to accommodate anywhere from 10 to 200 people for weddings and special events...and 24 taps will be features of the lounge.’”
"The Gates Vascular Institute continues its international outreach, with two surgery cases last month broadcast live via webcast to help train physicians in 10 African countries.
The GVI partnered with the Jacobs Institute, as well as a medical device company, to share pacemaker surgeries with 30 physicians in Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
The surgeries, led by electrophysiologist Dr. Chee Kim, was a step-by-step demonstration of the insertion of pacemakers, a device used to control abnormal heart rhythms."
"The $270 million John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital will open next week on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, capping off years of planning to replace Women & Children’s Hospital on Bryant Street.
A marathon one-day move will begin before dawn Nov. 10 to move patients and staff into the 185-bed hospital 1.2 miles away at 818 Ellicott St."
"The new John R. Oishei Children's Hospital that will open this week on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus exemplifies state-of-the-art pediatric care.
The hospital tower offers the latest in medical technology and thoughtful design. A connected outpatient center replaces dated facilities that were costly to maintain and no longer met patients' expectations.
The new hospital, together with a new University at Buffalo medical school under construction along Main Street, will solve a big piece of the puzzle on a medical campus trying to attract life sciences companies to start or move here."
"As of today, the majority of Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo's outpatient clinics will be open and fully operational to patients and families in their new location. The first two outpatient clinic moves were completed in January and April.
On November 10, the historic relocation will conclude with the move of Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo's inpatient services and emergency department to Oishei Children's Hospital. "
"Work on the new John R. Oishei Children's Hospital is 95 percent complete and work crews are down to the nitty gritty of punch-list items on all floors of the $270 million facility that is scheduled to open in November on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
Kaleida Health spokesman Michael P. Hughes said the hospital is no longer a "hard hat" zone and has received its certificate of occupancy from the city."