The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is a dynamic consortium of world-class hospitals and health care facilities, exceptional education institutions, and innovative research institutions. Made up of 10 member institutions, the Medical Campus is home to hundreds of physicians, clinicians, scientists, and researchers, many of whom are world renowned in the practice of oncology, neurology, immunology, vascular surgery, personalized medicine, cardiology, and beyond. Our hospitals and clinics offer comprehensive care, research affiliations, and clinical trials.
The collaboration among our institutions combined with the significant research and clinical capabilities offered on the Medical Campus has led to the creation or co-location of more than 100 public and private companies including a dynamic and growing cluster of life sciences, bioinformatics, health care technology, manufacturing, energy, social innovation companies and not-for-profits organizations.
Working together has accelerated the ability of our member institutions to attract and recruit top medical, scientific, and academic talent; improved the health and well-being of our community and beyond; and enhanced Buffalo’s reputation as a destination for outstanding health care.
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Who is the BNMC?
Member institutions and the community working in collaboration to advance a shared vision.
Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center
Buffalo Medical Group
Center for Hospice and Palliative Care
Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
Olmsted Center for Sight
Ross Eye Institute
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
University at Buffalo
Fruit Belt Neighborhood
City of Buffalo
County of Erie
BNMC at a Glance
- 5 million square feet of existing clinical, research, and support space today.
- More than two million square feet currently under construction, an investment of more than $750 million in private and public funding.
- 12,000 people working on the Medical Campus today, rising to nearly 17,000 by 2017.
- More than 1.5 million patients and visitors annually.
About the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Inc.
The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Inc. (BNMC, Inc.) is the umbrella organization created in 2001 by the institutions located within the Medical Campus. Our not-for-profit organization fosters conversation and collaboration among our member institutions, their 12,000 employees, and the community; coordinates activities related to sustainable planning, development and enhancement of our 120-acre space; and works to create a distinct, innovative environment that provides opportunities for entrepreneurship and active and healthy living. The BNMC, Inc. is led by a dynamic team dedicated to creating innovative, sustainable environments.
BNMC, Inc. Funders
Funders include (partial list):
Buffalo Renaissance Foundation
Community Foundation of Greater Buffalo
FB Heron Foundation
John R. Oishei Foundation
New York State
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration
U.S. Small Business Administration
Awards and Recognitions for BNMC Initiatives
Chairman’s Award for Innovation, National Grid – energizeBNMC Team (2013)
Outstanding Research/Science Park Award, Association of University Research Parks (September 2012)
Innovative Design Award, Global Workspace Association – Thomas R. Beecher, Jr. Innovation Center (September 2012)
Outstanding Planning Award for Comprehensive Planning, Western New York Section of the American Planning Association – Four Neighborhoods, One Community (June 2012)
Americas Award, Alliance to Save Energy and the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance – BNMC Five-year Energy Innovation and Economic Development Plan (March 2012)
Meritorious Service Award, New York State Commercial Association of Realtors (NYSCAR) WNY Chapter – Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus team of Patrick J. Whalen and Matthew K. Enstice (January 2012)
Program of the Year Award, Northeastern Economic Developers Association – Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus Economic Development Achievements Amongst Northeastern States (October 2007)