Kaleida’s Gates Vascular Institute and UB's Clinical Translational Research Center Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

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The new Gates Vascular Institute (GVI) and the University at Buffalo‘s Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) next to Buffalo General Medical Center grand opening and ribbon cutting will be Thursday, May 24th. Kaleida Health has designed this state-of-the-art facility to be the premier destination for stroke care, cardiac surgery, and vascular services.  The brand new emergency department opened in the building in November 2011. Kaleida has consolidated services into one location, increasing its ability to provide world-class care for Western new Yorkers and beyond. Learn more about this new location.

The $291 million facility will bring together Kaleida Health physicians and University at Buffalo researchers in a collaborative effort to deliver leading clinical care, produce major breakthroughs on the causes and treatment of vascular disease, and spin-off new biotechnology businesses and jobs. Read coverage about the new building here.

The Kaleida Health-UB facility (including Buffalo General’s tower) will house nearly 600 patient beds, 30 operating rooms, 17 interventional labs for cardiac, vascular and neurosurgical procedures, as well as four CT scanners and four MRI’s. It is anticipated that the new emergency department will accommodate more than 60,000 visits, while the hospital will discharge nearly 27,000 patients. Learn more.

Read coverage about the state of the art building below:

New $300 Million Medical Building Opens in Buffalo

Gates Vasc. Institute – A New Frontier

New Medical Campus Buildings Shine

Ribbon Cutting Set for $291M GVI, UB Center

The Heart of the Medical Campus

Construction Watch: Global Vascular Institute