Location Profile

Buffalo, New York

Facility Type
Physician Group
Facility Location
Buffalo, New York
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Buffalo, New York. An award-winning facility, the provider has offered compassionate care for over 20 years and features a full range of services for medical conditions ranging from the minor to the severe. State-of-the-art technology and dedicated providers are just a few things that set the facility apart in the area. Services include stroke care, orthopedic care, cardiac care, and other wellness concerns.

Community Overview

The second-largest city in New York, Buffalo is a city that bursts with cool. It's located on Lake Erie and has been a thriving industrial city for centuries. Now the city has a series of unique neighborhoods, one of the best food scenes in the world, and an endless amount of things to do for all ages. It’s been named America’s Friendly City several times by Travel and Leisure, and you’ll quickly feel at home when you’re here.

Buffalo is an industrial city that has a lot of pride and has undergone extensive revitalization to keep the beauty of its natural surroundings. This has resulted in a great mix of neighborhoods and attractions throughout the city. Whether you’re visiting the arts and culture hub of Hertel Avenue or strolling through the University Heights for some of the best ethnic food, you’ll appreciate the sights, sounds, and tastes of Buffalo. Speaking of food, we can’t mention the city without discussing its famous Buffalo Wings. You can visit Anchor Bar, the restaurant that first created the first set of Buffalo Wings in 1964. Today Buffalo has a thriving food scene with and has been listed #3 on National Geographic Society’s list of The World’s Top Ten Food Cities. Cuisines from around the world appear throughout little stalls and restaurants in the area, and if that’s not enough, the city shares all kinds of food each year during its annual Taste of Buffalo festival.

Learn more about Buffalo at its official city website and learn about Erie County here.

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Buffalo School District is the main school district for the area. There are 36 elementary schools, 35 middle schools, and 21 high schools in the district and it’s well known for its excellence. Magnet schools, college prep academies, and technology schools are available. More than 8 schools in the district have been designated a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in the past. The academic achievements don’t stop there, however, as the district includes 17 high schools named to the Best U.S. High Schools list by U.S. News and World Report. City Honors School was listed as the most challenging high school in the northeast by The Washington Post. Although the district is large, students enjoy a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. A rigorous curriculum of needed subjects is taught yet students can extend their learning through innovative programs. The district provides every student in grades 3-12 with an individual iPad or laptop for use during the school day and consistently integrates technology into the classroom. There are also more than 60 private schools in Buffalo.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Whether you’re looking for something in particular or just want to browse a variety of stores, Buffalo is perfect for any shopping needs. Neighborhoods like Elmwood Village, Hertel Avenue, Williamsville along with downtown Buffalo have an assortment of hip unique stores full of art, clothing, jewelry, gifts, and other merchandise. Located right in Buffalo is The Walden Galleria, one of the largest malls in New York. The complex features a diverse collection of over 200 stores, with options from high-end brands like Coach to kid-friendly stops like Build-a-Bear Workshop. General merchandise stores in the area include Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, Macy’s, and Marshalls.

Buffalo’s cultural scene is bursting with options for all ages. The city has 22 professional theater companies so you’re never without a great show to see. Theatre of Youth presents 5 productions each season with shows inspired by beloved children’s books while MusicalFare Theatre features familiar musicals. There are several renowned theatres in the area, including Shea’s Performing Arts Center, and each features a variety of performances from comedy to live music. The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Buffalo Chamber Music Society are world-class performers presenting engaging and entertaining shows throughout the year. If you’re in the mood for more music, there are intimate live music venues offering everything from jazz to country in Buffalo.

The city offers a great range of museums to explore local history, view art, and expand your knowledge of the world around us. The Albright-Knox Art Gallery was founded in 1862 and is a timeless treasure of Buffalo as it offers a large collection of modern and contemporary art with rotating exhibitions. Burchfield Penney Art Center is another art destination and features the work of regional artists. The museums of Buffalo also reveal and preserve some interesting history of the area. The Buffalo Harbor Museum shares historical artifacts and information on the city’s place in the Erie Canal history, while metalworking history is preserved at the Steel Plant Museum of Western New York. Fire truck fans young and old can visit the Buffalo Fire Historical Society Museum and then see even more historic vehicles at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum. The Explore & More – The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Children’s Museum is a sprawling 43,000-square-foot learning space with 7 distinctive zones. Children can explore their world with a series of hands-on exhibits on STEM subjects, science, history, and art. Science is also the topic of Buffalo Museum of Science which has exhibits on biodiversity, space, bugs, human life, natural history, and even dinosaurs. Buffalo Museum of Science. The Buffalo History Museum delves into local famous figures, sports history, and a series of other exhibits.

Buffalo is a playground year-round with a variety of outdoor recreation activities. One of the biggest outdoor attractions is Niagara Falls, a group of stunning waterfalls known around the world. The state park with the falls is located just 27 minutes outside the city and it’s a big attraction for the area. Buffalo is also a great place for fishing one of the local streams or rivers or paddling down the Erie Canal. Tifft Nature Preserve is located within the city and situated on the Outer Harbor with 264 acres of habitat and 5 miles of trails to explore. It’s a great place to see nature, take a hike, and attend a workshop. Also within the city is the Time Beach Nature Preserve, a home for birds and butterflies. Buffalo Harbor State Park is another great place for a stroll and offers a sunbathing beach, fishing spots, boardwalk, and other sights on 1930 acres. If you’re feeling a bit daring, visit RiverWorks located downtown, an industrial site that’s been turned into a playground with ziplines, climbing walls, ropes course, and kayaking ports. You can zipline between historic silos and race friends or family.

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Crime Rate

You’ll be safe in Buffalo thanks to the dedicated police force of Buffalo. The police department regularly engages in active community policing. Other crime prevention methods include a community crime prevention initiative, Crimestoppers, and various programs. The crime in Buffalo has gone by 11% over the last year and should continue to go down.

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