WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Tuesday, January 8th 2018

Randy Bushover
January 08, 2019 - 3:48 am

BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York has expanded its partnership with Tivity Health, Inc. to offer the acclaimed SilverSneakers® program through December 31, 2024.

A “tape measure” ribbon-cutting ceremony will highlight the grand opening for Ideal Sculpting at 4244 Delaware Avenue, in the Town of Tonawanda's Delton Plaza.  That takes place at noon today.  

Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP announcing five people have been promoted to partners with the firm: Sarah H. Brennan, Nisha V. Fontaine, Vincent M. Miranda, Stacey L. Moar, and Eric M. Soehnlein.

Catholic Medical Partners has announced that Thomas P. Lawrence, MD, MBA, has been named the organization’s next President & CEO. 

The John R. Oishei Foundation is giving a $350,000 grant to The Summit Center’s $3.7 million Building Hope Capital Campaign.  The campaign will support expansion of The Summit Center’s school, Summit Academy, and the construction of a Center for Autism Assessment and Treatment for children and young adults with autism who demonstrate severe behavior disorders.

The MMMB Patient Terrace, a year-round outdoor space accessible from Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Scott Bieler Clinical Sciences Center, received a regional Design Award from the Buffalo/WNY chapter of the American Institute of Architects.  It also took home a Gold Award for best remodel/renovation in Healthcare Design Magazine’s national Healthcare Design awards.

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