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Sulaiman welcomes new patients

by jmaloni
Sat, Sep 13th 2014 08:50 am
Dr. Rosalind Nolan Sulaiman stands outside of her Grand Island office.
Dr. Rosalind Nolan Sulaiman stands outside of her Grand Island office.

Article and photo by Carreen Schroeder

Dr. Rosalind Nolan Sulaiman, an experienced physician specializing in internal medicine and pediatrics, has recently joined forces with the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and Dr. Willard Ruth, a respected physician with more than 30 years experience. She is currently accepting new patients at the Grand Island Family Practice.

Sulaiman, a longtime resident of Western New York, studied psychology at Cornell University in Ithaca. She then continued her studies at the University at Buffalo Medical School and completed her resident training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. Sulaiman returned to Western New York to begin her medical career at Buffalo General Hospital, where she remained for four years.

While starting her own family, Sulaiman continued to work part-time for UBMD, the single largest physicians group in Western New York. For more than four years, she worked with the academic medical services, practicing both outpatient and inpatient medicine, as well as assisting in the training of medical students and residents.

Emphasizing a friendly, personal touch, Sulaiman's practice focuses on the care of the "whole patient." Sulaiman has extensive experience in the care of adults and children, including young adults and adolescents, but she welcomes people of all ages.

Grand Island Family Practice is committed to the Grand Island community and surrounding areas, and boasts a warm and welcoming staff.

For more information on Sulaiman and the Grand Island Family Practice, or to set up an initial consultation as a prospective new patient, contact the office and set up an appointment. Call 716-773-6181.

Grand Island Family Practice is located at 1801 Grand Island Blvd., Suite 300.

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