BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - There is a new clinic in town that officially opens Friday. The ribbon cutting for Erie County Medical Center’s “downtown clinic” was held Thursday.
The new $25 million facility includes 32 patient rooms, six group therapy rooms and a medical office. The clinic will be able to serve some 25,000 visits every year.
ECMC Chief Operating Officer Richard Cleland said, “Our new clinic, which is a 13,000 square-foot clinic, that will provide more services and support the patients in our community."
The expansion was made possible by a $15 million grant from the State Health Department. The clinic focuses on mental health and drug addiction services.
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