Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and Delphi Healthcare, a regional provider of health care services and solutions, are partnering to deliver and expand emergency medicine services at Memorial. The partnership will take effective Dec. 1.
Delphi Healthcare’s agreement includes providing emergency room physicians and practitioners. NFMMC said, “This collaboration with Delphi continues our commitment to meet the needs of the Niagara community, while maintaining Memorial’s current emergency room physicians, including Chief of Emergency Services Dr. Gerald Gorman.”
Gorman said, “We are very excited to start our partnership with Delphi Healthcare. The community should know we have maintained 100% of our excellent doctor and APP staff. Everyone is looking forward to working with such an engaged and innovative company. Our efforts have always been focused on providing the best emergency services in the region, and that will continue as we all share the same vision for the emergency department and Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.”
Delphi’s focus is on improving patient experience and working toward improving care and access for the Niagara community.
CEO Brian Banas said, “We are excited to start this new partnership and bring our decades of experience to work for the patients of Niagara Falls Memorial. Our team works tirelessly to enhance the patient experience. It is obvious Mr. Ruffolo, Dr. Gorman and the rest of the team at Niagara Falls Memorial share that passion.”
Together, this partnership will continue to highlight Memorial’s ER1 as Niagara’s premier gateway for managing all health emergencies, including stroke care, respiratory distress, fractures, oncology and any cardiac emergency.
Delphi Healthcare is a physician-owned company, founded in 1995, with expertise in providing staff to meet the needs of hospitals and health systems. Its mission is to be a regional high-quality and cost-effective provider of health care services, developing mutually beneficial partnerships with other health care organizations and utilizing local resources to positively impact the health care of entire communities.
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center is a full-service, 171-bed regional medical center with extensive inpatient and outpatient services, including The Heart Center of Niagara, Niagara Wellness Connection Center, Golisano Medical Oncology Center, Wound Center of Niagara, the OB/GYN Center and UBMD Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. The first hospital in Niagara to be designated a stroke center by the New York State Department of Health, Memorial also provides a wide range of outpatient services. To learn more, visit www.nfmmc.org.