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THIS MONDAY: Buffalo 2032- The Future of Healthcare

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Join Buffalo 2032 this Monday for their first forum of 2007 at North Buffalo’s Sidebar starting at 6pm. The topic will be the future of healthcare in Western New York.
With the Commission on Healthcare Facilities in the 21st Century outlining a broad plan to change the way healthcare services are delivered across the state, the landscape of healthcare in Western New York faces some serious changes in the coming years. One of the major recommendations the Commission proposed for our region was the merger of Kaleida Health and Erie County Medical Center.
Buffalo 2032 is pleased to have the CEOs from both of these organizations join them this month! James Kaskie, President and CEO of Kaleida Health, and Michael Young, President and CEO of ECMC, will be on hand to talk about what their organizations are doing in response to the Commission’s report and what their plans are for moving forward while still addressing the healthcare needs of our community


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(ABOVE-James Kaskie, President and CEO of Kaleida Health)
Buffalo 2032 is a non-partisan group of over 400 young professionals (and growing) who have chosen to make their lives and futures in Buffalo and Western New York. One of the main purposes of the group is to open and maintain the lines of communication between the citizens and community leaders. Over the past two years Buffalo 2032 has had forums featuring Mayoral candidates such as Kevin Gaughan, Kevin Helfer, and Steve Calvaneso as well as community leaders like Bruce Fisher, Chris Jacobs and Carl Montante Jr. of Uniland.
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(ABOVE-Michael Young, President and CEO of ECMC)
Why Buffalo 2032? The City of Buffalo was founded in 1832. Since then generations of Buffalonians have worked collectively to build a great city. Buffalo 2032 has gathered to offer new ideas, bold solutions and the leadership to accomplish their goals. They humbly take Buffalo’s Bicentennial as their name because they believe Buffalo’s future to be worthy of her great past.
The Sidebar is located at 1459 Hertel Avenue in North Buffalo.

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