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“Going to the hospital can be nerve-wracking for anyone. But, for a child with autism, that anxiety can be amplified.
That's why John R. Oishei Children's Hospital is launching an app designed to help its young patients.”
“John R. Oishei Children's Hospital has partnered with the creators of the mobile app, Magnus Cards, to make it easier for patients with autism when they have appointments or extended stays at the facility.”
“A Buffalo chapter, with the support of Fisher-Price and Oishei Children's Hospital, is in the works, as is a national K-12 STEM curriculum.
‘You'll have kids learning STEM, but actually building a car and giving it to a child in their neighborhood," Galloway said. "It has an impact on the whole community. It's kids building for kids.’”
Making wheelchairs and mobility more accessible to children in need.
Buffalo Police, along with students from Medaille College's Communications program delivered toys and food that they collected to patients at Oishei Children's Hospital on Friday morning.
Mike Hughes, senior vice president/chief of staff, explains how Kaleida hospitals prepare in advance so that they can remain open during Buffalo storms.
“Dr. Stephen Turkovich isn't afraid to speak out when he believes children's health is at stake.
Turkovich, 41, has enough to do as vice president and chief medical officer of Oishei Children's Hospital, where he was deeply engaged in planning the hospital's move from its Bryant Street home.
But he's also pushed for stricter gun control and urged parents to vaccinate their children, and he's passionate about improving health care for all children.”
“The construction dust may have settled at Oishei Children's Hospital and the University at Buffalo's Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Science – but the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is still growing, said Matt Enstice, the campus’ chief executive officer.
With the 120-acre research campus mostly built out, and the ties between its member institutions well-established, the Medical Campus plans to double down on new programming this year, from startup incubators to community classes.
Expect to see more employees at the Medical Campus as several of its partner institutions add staff. And expect a renewed emphasis on community engagement as BNMC strives to hire and educate more local residents.”
This year, the relay [in Buffalo, NY] will be called the Heart to Heart Relay. Teams of up to four people will tackle the marathon course while fundraising for cardiac research and care at Buffalo General Medical Center and Gates Vascular Institute.
“At the foundation, it’s our job to raise both awareness about the health of a community and the health services we provide and also to raise the funding to support those services,” said Carol Horton, vice president of the Kaledia Health Foundation. “At Gates Vascular Institute, they’re doing so many groundbreaking and world-renowned procedures that people in Western New York aren’t even aware of. We are training surgeons from all over the world every week. There’s really no reason to go to the Cleveland Clinic anymore or New York City or Boston. Gates Vascular has some of the leading world technology for treating cardiovascular disease.”
“John R. Oishei Children's Hospital is the only hospital in the state to earn a top children's hospital award from a national nonprofit organization.
Oishei has been named a top children's hospital by The Leapfrog Group, an independent hospital watchdog organization.
Only six percent of hospitals nationally receive this distinction.”
“Drake McKane has been collecting donations of LEGO's to give to children at Oshei Children's Hospital in Buffalo. McKane spent some time in the hospital for Leukemia treatments.”