UB School of Nursing partners with numerous community healthcare organizations to provide the best clinical experiences for our students. Our clinical partners include a major cancer center, several comprehensive healthcare providers, a hospice center, and a veteran's medical center. Additionally, our students have learning opportunities in many community and home care settings.
BryLin is the premier mental health care provider for depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder in Buffalo nad Western New York.
This 550-bed Erie County Medical Center (ECMC) is one of the area’s leading health care providers. It serves as a regional center for trauma, burns, rehabilitation and cardiac care.
Hospice is a compassionate approach to care whose goal is to help people with serious illness live life fully, maintain their dignity and keep control over their lives.
Kaleida Health is the largest healthcare provider in Western New York, serving the area's eight counties with state-of-the-art technology and comprehensive healthcare services. Its expert, compassionate healthcare professionals are committed to providing the best possible outcomes and experience for patients and visitors.
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center is the first and only upstate New York facility to hold the National Cancer Institute designation of "comprehensive cancer center" and to serve as a member of the prestigious National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). Many Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center faculty serve on the NCCN panels that create the Clinical Practice Guidelines in OncologyTM – the internationally recognized standards for clinical policy in oncology, and the most comprehensive clinical practice guidelines available in any area of medicine.
The Buffalo VA Medical Center opened in 1950 and provides medical, surgical, mental health and long term care services through a range of inpatient and outpatient programs. It is the main referral center for cardiac surgery, cardiology and comprehensive cancer care for Central and Western New York and Northern Pennsylvania.
Marsha L. Lewis, PhD, RN, FAAN