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A ceremony celebrating the grand opening of the new General Physician Regional Primary Care Center is scheduled for noon on Thursday, August 29. 

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In Good Heath is the latest publication to feature our new regional primary care center. General Physician, PC Primary Care — Buffalo opened on August 5 at 1091 Main St., Suite 301, Buffalo. 

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General Physician, PC OB/GYN  Dr. J'Leise Sosa was featured on the BlueCross BlueShield podcast, "Women's Health: Decade by Decade." Dr. Sosa addressed the importance of preventative healthcare at each stage of a woman's life. 

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General Physician, PC's new regional primary care center, located at 1091 Main St. in Buffalo, was featured in an article on The nearly 17,000 sq. ft. center opened on August 5 in a new building at the edge of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. 

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General Physician's new primary care center opened on August 5. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Richard Charles was interviewed on AM Buffalo where he discussed the importance of the 17,000 sq. ft. facility, located at 1091 Main St., to the residents of Buffalo.  

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Providers at General Physician PC's primary care center at 1091 Main Street in Buffalo began seeing patients on August 5. The opening of the new 17,000 sq. ft. office was reported in Business First. 

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On July 22, Lancaster Medical joined General Physician, PC, becoming General Physician, PC Primary Care—Lancaster. The move was covered in the business section of the August 1 edition of the Lancaster Bee. 

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General Physician, PC’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Richard Charles, shared his thoughts on the evolution of the healthcare industry to better meet the needs of today’s patients, in the August issue of Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine. 

Dr. Cleary on AM Buffalo

On July 22, Lancaster Medical officially joined General Physician, PC and became General Physician, PC Primary Care—Lancaster. Dr. Kevin Cleary, one of the founders of Lancaster Medical, appeared on AM Buffalo on July 25 to talk about joining General Physician, and also to offer viewers some tips for staying healthy this summer. 

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General Physician, PC is preparing for the opening of its newest office, General Physician, PC Primary Care — Buffalo, on August 5th. The new, multi-specialty regional care center is the anchor tenant in a new building located at 1091 Main St

The opening was featured on the July 24th Buffalo Business Report on WBEN News Radio 930-AM. 


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The acquisition of Eastern Niagara Obstetrics and Gynecology by General Physician, PC was featured on the WBEN AM 930 Buffalo Business Report on Monday, July 15. Eastern Niagara OB/GYN joined General Physician in July, becoming General Physician, PC Women's Health — Lockport. 

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Kaleida Health is offering a free community education class focused on Atrial Fibrillation. The class is the latest offering in Kaleida's monthly "Healthy U" community education initiative. The event is scheduled for Thursday, July 18. 

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Lockport-based Eastern Niagara OB/GYN has joined General PHysician, PC. This news was featured in the Lockport Sun & Journal. 

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As many as three in four women experience symptoms of PMS. General Physician, PC’s Dr. J’Leise Sosa, MPH, spoke with Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine to share some helpful advice for women seeking relief.

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According to the American Cancer Society, outside of the skin cancers, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the United States. With a lifetime risk of one in 22 men and one in 24 women, it is anticipated that more than 101,000 cases of colon cancer and more than 44,000 cases of rectal cancer will be diagnosed in 2019.

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When it comes to women's health, it is important to find high quality care in a supportive, understanding and comfortable environment. At General Physician, PC we are focused on providing care for all women in every stage of life.

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Local Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian, Kelly Cardamone, confirms that both diabetes and prediabetes are major problems in the U.S. and across the globe. A study published in the Journal of the Amerian Medical Association revealed that nearly 50 percent of adults living in the U.S. have diabetes or prediabetes (a condition marked by higher than normal blood glucose levels that are not yet high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes).

Colorectal Awareness Month - AM Buffalo

March is Colorectal Awareness Month. One simple test, a colonoscopy can save your life. Courtney is at General Physician PC and is talking with Dr. Barone. They discuss the importance of having a colonoscopy.

Cheektowaga Little Loop Football

Cheektowaga football league is reducing the amount of full contact practices by 66 percent to improve player safety. "We feel that contact full contact drills are not necessary once a season begins," Joe D'Amaro, chairman of the Cheektowaga Little Loops Association, said.

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Dr. Timothy Adams discusses the importance of early detection in the fight against colon cancer. Getting screened, means saving lives.

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When it’s time to seek out a sports medicine orthopedic surgeon, the specialists at General Physician PC can help you now and when you need it. We’re talking to Dr. Lisa Daye of the General Physician PC Orthopedic Sports Medicine practice and getting an inside look at the practice. You don’t have to be an NBA player or an NHL player to get treatment.

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January 3, 2019 - Dr. Lisa Daye sits down with In Good Health for the Meet Your Doctor interview. She discusses youth sports injuries, what types of sports have the greatest risk for injury, advice on how to avoid injury as well as surgical procedures she performs to return athletes to their optimal performance.

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Established in 2010, General Physician, PC has grown to be one of the largest medical groups serving Western New York. But we didn’t set out to be the biggest – our goal has always been to be the best. We are collective of the region’s most well-respected, accomplished healthcare providers from many different areas of medicine, from general practitioners to highly skilled specialists.

Dr. Lisa Daye

General Physician, PC is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Daye to its orthopedic team. Dr. Daye is a Sports Medicine Orthopedic surgeon specializing in operative and non-operative treatments for youth and adult sports injuries.

Dr. Michael Chaskes

General Physician,PC welcomes the addition of Dr. Chaskes to its Great Lakes Cardiovascular Cardiology team. Dr. Chaskes specializes in preventive & non-invasive clinical cardiology in treating palpitations, arrhythmia, chest pain, cholesterol & hypertension.

Romanowski Orthopedics on AM Buffalo

General Physician, PC treats patients suffering from knee and hip pain that has reduced their mobility and activity level. Dr Marcus Romanowski performs total knee and hip replacement and partial knee replacement surgery. Dr Cindy Romanowski is a leader in preoperative patient education and postoperative rehabilitation.

Wellness Visit With Primary Care

As you know, the annual visit allows you to track your health and coordinate your care. Our goal in producing this video is to encourage patients to schedule their annual visit and maintain an on-going relationship with their provider.

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According to the American Council on Science and Health, chronic pain has become a major public health challenge, responsible for a trillion dollars annually in medical costs, disability programs, and lost productivity.

Dr. Marcus and Cindy Romanowski

Drs. Marcus and Cindy Romanowski are husband and wife physician team that love working together. Marcus is an orthopedic surgeon focusing on knee and hip replacement.  Cindy is a specially trained Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist who manages patients' surgical preparation and recovery.

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Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD,  is a common condition in which stomach acid flows up the esophagus and into the mouth.  Sometimes called dyspepsia, acid reflux or heartburn, GERD can generate a fiery sensation in the chest and throat ranging from middle to sever.

Olean Cardiac Cath Lab

The Olean General Hospital rapid response team, celebrating five years of service, has performed nearly 3,000 cardiac catheterization procedures since the Olean General Hospital/Kaleida Health lab opened in 2013.

In October, Olean General Hospital will celebrate the five-year anniversary of the opening of its interventional cardiac catheterization laboratory.

Dr. Chee Kim

Dr. Chee Kim is a cardiac electrophysiologist and director of electrophysiology innovation and clinical integration with Kaleida Health. That’s the complicated title. “I tell my patients, 'We have plumbers and we have electricians. I'm an electrician,' Chee said. “I deal with the electrical abnormalities of the heart.”

Meet Dr. Charles

Chief medical officer at General Physician — describing himself as the Energizer bunny — talks about electronic medical records, how his group is advancing community’s health, and how he juggles administrative and clinical duties

Fruits and Vegetables

Kelly Cardamone, Registered Dietitian and educator provides nutritional advice for eating healthy amidst the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables found during the season.

Dr. Paterson Interview

Dr. Paul Paterson was recently interviewed about ultrasound guided carpal tunnel releases using the SX1 MicroKnife. Watch his interview here to learn why he chose this minimally invasive and provocative technology for his patients.

Dr. Madejski on AM Buffalo

In March Dr. Thomas J. Madejski, MD was elected President of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY). Dr. Madejski practices with General Physician PC in Medina.

Dr. Thomas Madejski

The new leader of the Medical Society of the State of New York grew up in a family of pharmacists in Buffalo. His grandfather and father owned pharmacies on the West Side. His mother, a sister and a couple of cousins worked in the profession, too.



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Urinary incontinence is a common situation for women and men and often embarrassing. Thankfully, several treatment options exist that can diminish or rectify urinary incontinence.

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Dr. Paterson presented: “Release and relief: Same-day evaluation and surgical treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome” May 8th at the Cleveland Clinic, to orthopaedic surgeons and all related providers and support specialists in attendance, at the 18th Annual New Technology in Upper Extremity Surgery program.

Dr. Charles and Samantha Will, Pharm. D.

Dr. Charles and Samantha Will, Pharm. D. presented the Keynote speech at the Eastern States Conference for Pharmacy Residents and Preceptors May 7th at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania.  The annual meeting brings together over 700 pharmacy residents, directors, and preceptors from each of the 13 eastern states, Maine to Virginia.  It is a forum to present the results of their work and an opportunity to interact with those leading the field. 

Dr. Milazzo

Dr. Milazzo has tirelessly offered his time and services for decades as a volunteer on numerous boards and committees at Brooks Memorial Hospital in Dunkirk, NY. 
He recently retired from the board of directors after working diligently for years to ensure the hospital remained open. 

Dr. Thomas Madejski

Buffalo-area doctor, elected president of Medical Society of the State of New York, wants to focus on preventive care to curb obesity, diabetes.

By Chris Motola as featured in In Good Health

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Buffalo, New York, March 1, 2018 – General Physician, P.C. is pleased to announce the election of Dr.Thomas J. Madejski to the office of President of the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY). The official transition will commence at the 212th House of Delegates meeting to take place in Buffalo, NY on March 24, 2018.

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Dr. Madejski says, “When choosing foods to eat, the NIA recommends eating many different colors and types of fruits and vegetables. Phytochemicals are substances that occur naturally in plants, and there are thousands of these substances offering various benefits and disease-preventing properties.”

Dr. Charles and Samantha Will, Pharm. D.

Dr. Charles and Samantha Will, Pharm. D. presented the Keynote speech at the Eastern States Conference for Pharmacy Residents and Preceptors May 7th at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania.  The annual meeting brings together over 700 pharmacy residents, directors, and preceptors from each of the 13 eastern states, Maine to Virginia.  It is a forum to present the results of their work and an opportunity to interact with those leading the field. 

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Single day treatment for Carpal Tunnel with a minimally invasive technique.

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Increased hours spent on computer keyboards and digital devices can put people at risk for a relatively common and oftentimes painful condition that affects wrist mobility. According to local orthopedic specialist, Dr. Paul Paterson, carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS, can cause incapacitating numbness, pain and tingling in the hand or arm when one of the major nerves of the hand - the median nerve - is being compressed in the wrist.

Cancer Care Sanborn Office

We are pleased to announce that our Cancer Care service line is now open in Niagara County. Dr. Duvivier will be seeing patients at 
3850 Saunders Settlement Rd.
Sanborn, NY 14132

Direct: 716.422.5422
Fax: 716.422.5420

Dr. Paterson on AM Buffalo

AM Buffalo paid a visit Tuesday, December 5th to the office of Dr. Paterson at ECMC, The Ambulatory Care Center. Tune in to Channel 7 on Thursday, December 7th at 10 am and find out more about the Carpel Tunnel procedures that Dr. Paterson is performing.

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By Annette Pinder
Dr. J. Leise Sosa, M.D., MPG of General Physician PC, explains that endometriosisis a condition in which cells normal found in the uterus begin to grow in other places, such as the ovaries, fallopian tubes and pelvic tissue.

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