Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center
is a hospital in downtown Niagara Falls
in the U.S. state
of New York
that has been meeting the health care needs of the Greater Niagara region for 115 years.
What began as a small emergency hospital in 1895 has evolved into a full-service, 171-bed medical center with all-private rooms offering extensive inpatient and outpatient services including The Heart Center of Niagara, Diabetes & Endocrinology Center of Niagara and University Sports Medicine of Niagara.
Memorial is Niagara’s safety net hospital for the medically underserved, uninsured and underinsured, annually providing some $6.5 million in uncompensated and charity care. It was the first hospital in Niagara to be accredited as a stroke center by the New York State Department of Health.
As Niagara’s Premier Health Network, Memorial operate several satellite facilities including the Summit Healthplex and Tuscarora Health Center as well as the Schoellkopf Health Center, a 120-bed skilled nursing facility that features 100-percent private room accommodations and specializes in short-term rehabilitation and elder care.
Memorial's Child Advocacy Center of Niagara enjoys national accreditation. Its community health advocacy program coupled with extensive and productive community partnerships makes it one of Western New York’s most consistently innovative providers of community based health outreach.
As one of the Greater Niagara region’s largest employers, Niagara Falls... Read More