"The community owes Katie and Dan Hamister its thanks. Their willingness to tell their story may help others to understand the dangerous game they are playing," writes The News' Editorial Board.
"This was preventable. That's the worst part about it, and probably the most frustrating," said the son of the influential business executive.
Unlike those with no protection, fully vaccinated patients who are hospitalized with breakthrough Covid-19 cases, or who die from the virus, are far more likely to have serious, underlying health issues.
The pandemic closed most fire stations, limited personal contact within and outside departments and wrought frequent changes in training and treatment guidelines. It also added time, costs and fears for those responding to emergencies.
Bennett, of Depew, an ordained elder in the Wesleyan Church who served as a minister and missionary for 60 years, died Dec. 22.
The expanded policy, which concerns adult inpatients in non-Covid-19 units, begins Thursday.
State Supreme Court Justice Frank Caruso on Friday ordered a Rochester hospital to continue Ivermectin treatments to Glenna Dickinson, 65, of Albion.
Feb. 14, 1935 – Jan. 14, 2021
Judith Smentkiewicz's children say that the drug Ivermectin – a pill sometimes used to treat children with head lice or to rid dogs and cats of worms – saved their mother's life.
Thanks to The Buffalo News and Tom Prohaska in the Nov. 30 article about health care at Kaleida, I am informed, sadly, as a potential consumer.
I’m a registered nurse currently working on a medical surgical unit that was originally designated as our first Covid-19 unit at Millard Fillm…
Before the pandemic, some hospitals found it difficult to recruit new nurses and aides. Now, the current surge will put even more pressure on workers.
The Rev. Barbara Jane Herling’s death brought a sad end to the life of a woman who raised five children and helped many people with meditation and spiritual healing.
Kaleida noted that the state directive does not currently apply to surgeries being performed at ambulatory surgery centers, medical offices or freestanding treatment centers.
A change in the way patients are cared for at two of the region's largest hospitals has Kaleida Health at odds with one of its unions.
Investigators determined a driver traveling south on Griswold failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection and struck a vehicle heading east.
Hospital managers say they can handle the Covid-19 patient volumes they're seeing now. Based on the experience they earned this spring, they know what to do.
Judy Baumgartner spearheaded consolidation of the Visiting Nursing Association of Western New York into a new office building last year.
Millard Fillmore gets little love from presidential historians, but he's enjoyed favorite son status in Buffalo for more than 150 years.
In all, 86 hospitals across the state will receive $680 million from a new $10 billion allocation as part of the CARES Act.
Harrison Phillips simply “wanted to get involved” during the difficult times brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. The Buffalo Bills defensive tackle came up with a solution: donating 650 meals to staff at Buffalo General Medical Center and Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital Wednesday night. Phillips discovered that other donations to date had mainly been lunches, so he decided to
A Canadian health-focused real estate investment trust has acquired an Amherst medical office building located just a stone’s throw from Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital. Toronto-based Mohawk Medical Properties, through Mohawk Medical Acquisitions Canada II, bought the East Amherst Medical Building at 1150 Youngs Road from 1150 Youngs Road Inc., paying $7.732 million, according to McGuire Development Co., which brokered