Why Emory Clinic has closed its doors after a two-year hiatus
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Emory’s clinic in Buffalo, New York, has closed after two years of operation, the college announced on Friday.
According to a news release, Emory Medical Center in Buffalo is closing its doors for good on March 10.
“It’s a bittersweet moment for us all, but it’s also a great day for the Emory community,” said Dr. Daniel L. Raskin, the school’s vice president for health and wellness, in the news release.
“We’re so proud of what Emory has done to bring the world to our campus.
Emory will always be a great place to visit, and we’ll always have an affinity for Buffalo.”
The clinic opened in April 2018, and opened its doors to the public in November 2019.
Emery has since expanded to include medical clinics in other cities, including Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis and Boston.
The clinic also offered free mammograms and prenatal care in the Buffalo area for up to 20 months.
In the first three months of 2019, more than 100,000 mammograms were performed at the clinic.
In 2019, Emry added a pediatrician to the team.
The pediatrician will continue to provide comprehensive medical care at Emory, and he will also serve as an adviser to the university.
“Our hope is to continue to expand the network of Emory-affiliated physicians and support their efforts to meet the ever-growing need for healthcare across the globe,” Raskins statement reads.
“Emory-associated physicians are one of the most effective groups in healthcare today, and it’s an honor to work with them.”
Emory University President John B. Barnard added that he will continue working to expand access to healthcare, and encourage Emory to expand its medical network in other areas.
“I’m thankful for the many ways the Emories Health Care System has worked with Emory and the many doctors and medical students at Emories,” Barnard said in the release.
Emory’s clinic in Buffalo, New York, has closed after two years of operation, the college announced on Friday.According to a…