New network of OB/GYN centers in Western New York
Monday September 9, 2013 | By:Press Release |
HAMBURG — A new network of neighborhood OB/GYN Centers operated by Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo includes three existing locations and three new locations, to open in early fall.
The existing Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo network of neighborhood OB/GYN centers includes locations in Buffalo and North Tonawanda.
Three new neighborhood OB/GYN centers that will expand the existing network for Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo include one in Lancaster and one in Lockport, as well as the McKinley OB/GYN, located at 3860 McKinley Parkway in Hamburg.
“This network of OB/GYN centers is designed to improve access to Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, which offers women the best option for delivering their baby, as the only hospital in Western New York with a team of pediatric surgeons and a full panel of pediatric medical subspecialists on site, including the region’s largest, most advanced and safest neonatal intensive care unit,” said Gil Michael Farkash, MD, FACOG, Kaleida Health chief of service for OB/GYN.
The existing and new locations for the Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo network of neighborhood OB/GYN centers will each have a physician, nurse practitioner and other staff members.
These centers are the only in Western New York to provide a range of health professionals and services on-site, including childbirth education, lactation consultation, registered dieticians, fetal monitoring, genetic counseling and testing and ultrasound examination.
To schedule an appointment at any of the neighborhood OB/GYN Centers of Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo or, for more information, call 859-2229.
More information about these centers or other maternity services at Women & Children’s Hospital of Buffalo is available online at www.BuffaloBaby.org.
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