Patrick P. Lee Foundation Presents Grant of $25,000 In Support of Mercy Hospital’s New Emergency Center
November 12, 2010
Opened in May of this year, the new Mercy Emergency Center is the region’s largest and most advanced emergency treatment center, providing round-the-clock emergency care for every member of the family.
Mercy is a full-service, tertiary-care hospital serving a large geographic region, from South Buffalo through the Southtowns and into the Southern Tier.
Between the hospital and the Mercy Ambulatory Care Center in Orchard Park, Mercy Hospital provides more emergency services than any other hospital in our region.
Located in Key Largo, FL and Amherst, NY, the Patrick P. Lee Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to providing support to non-profit organizations that empower families and communities with the resources needed to create positive change in the areas of education, cancer treatment/research, mental health and human services in South Florida and Western New York.
Trustees of the Patrick P. Lee Foundation recently presented the Mercy Hospital Foundation with a grant of $25,000 to support the new Mercy Emergency Center. From left are: Trustee Michele Lee; Arthur A. Russ, Jr., Chair of the Mercy Hospital Foundation; Frederic Cook, Executive Director of the Patrick P. Lee Foundation; and C. J. Urlaub, President and CEO of Mercy Hospital of Buffalo.