$7.8M neurosurgery-focused surgery center project gains preliminary approval — 4 insights

A group of Buffalo, N.Y.-neurosurgeons received preliminary approval for their $7.8 million neurosurgery-focused surgery center from the Public Health and Health Planning Council's establishment committee, Buffalo Business First reports.

What you should know:

1. The surgery center will be 27,500 square feet.

2. The center will be developed on a $25 million medical facility campus.

3. The project has received support from Kaleida Health, Catholic Health hospitals and Erie County Medical Center, all based in Buffalo.

4. The Public Health and Health Planning Council will consider the project for final approval in February.

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