Center to add healthcare in Buffalo
The Catholic Health System and the Community Health Center of Buffalo have agreed to create a patient-care center in the city. The 40,000 square-foot site will offer a comprehensive set of services from primary care to specialty care and laboratories. It will be owned and operated by the Community Health Center while Sisters of Charity Hospital will lease space for imaging and accept referrals for prenatal and obstetrics care.
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