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Kaleida Health

Created in 1998, Kaleida is a not-for-profit hospital system made up of the largest and most advanced health care providers in WNY, ranked in the top 40 largest of its kind.

Buffalo General Medical Center is one of WNY’s top 5 Employers with over 3,600 employees located on and around High Street, with an estimated $425 million economic impact annually on WNY.

Buffalo General Medical Center is a 511-bed acute care hospital in the center of the Medical Campus. It is the largest hospital in upstate New York, and provides nearly 25 percent of all adult medical and surgical services in Erie County. A major affiliate of the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Buffalo General offers medical treatment in 23 clinical inpatient departments and more than 60 outpatient programs.

Specialized programs available at Buffalo General are cardiac and orthopedic surgery, lithotripsy/urology, oncology, psychiatry, gynecology/obstetrics, dialysis, gastroenterology, cardiac rehabilitation, rehabilitation medicine, kidney and heart transplantation, neurology and neurosurgery.

Kaleida Health is under the leadership of:

  • James R. Kaskie, President & CEO
  • John Koelmel, Chairman of the Board

Web site: www.kaleidahealth.org