T.he at Health Care Professions Hub D’Youville was awarded a million dollars thanks to KeyBank in partnership with the Niagara First Foundation. This significant increase of 58,751 square feet would be a huge benefit for a Western neighborhood that has seen a number of recent success stories later. Upon completion, the state-of-the-art Community Education, Training and Health Center, now being built on the corner of Connecticut and the streets of the West, will be the ‘center’ of health, community engagement and job opportunities. It also adds a few essential products to the neighborhood that has top parking.
This development project is especially timely as it will help with its consequences The COVID-19 pandemic, especially for low-income families and minorities.
“At KeyBank, we are committed to ensuring that all members of our community have access to quality medical care and workforce development opportunities,” said Gary Cuenneville, KeyBank’s regional executive and Buffalo Market President. “D’Youville’s Health Care Center is transforming the health care industry in Buffalo by providing the necessary clinical care to residents in downtown West Said and at the same time offering health care professional programs in a modern setting. Establishing the arts.”
“KeyBank is delighted to work with the Niagara First Foundation to work at the Center for Health Professions to prepare individuals for a developing future while at the same time providing opportunities for lasting change. They work to remove barriers to racial inequality existing healthcare and will serve as a national think tank for inclusive healthcare solutions in low- and stable-income communities, ”said Elizabeth Gurney, Executive Director of KeyBank and First Foundation Niagara. students who did not exist before, the roads have an invaluable impact on good health practices and economic success. “
This site will serve as a pandemic response center in the coming months and offer important simulation experience in place of clinical requirements as hospitals and accreditors move to a simulation model of results.
“We are very grateful for this generous gift from KeyBank and the Niagara First Foundation to our healthcare professional center,” said Duville President Lorry A. Clemo, Ph.D. “This $ 1 million gift is a tremendous vote on our belief in building healthy and prosperous communities in West New York, especially in West Buffalo, and providing the highest level of education and hands-on training for our healthcare students and community members. and their investment in the health and well-being of our community is truly significant, and we are always grateful. ”