September 2014

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“Live!” @ The Leslie Marshall Show

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Crosswater welcomes The Leslie Marshall Show’s broadcast production team to our studio facilities.
Crosswater’s multi-media studios use to house WKBW radio and its affiliated stations, so it’s interesting to have radio return to it origins.
Leslie Marshall’s program is heard 5 days a week on Westwood One stations nationwide and has become one of the fastest growing progressive talk radio shows in the nation.
Visit http://www.lesliemarshallshow.com/ for details on where you can listen or visit http://tunein.com/radio/Progressive-Voices-s189055/ to hear the live stream everyday.
You can also follow Leslie on Twitter @Leslie Marshall and on her Facebook page www.Facebook.com/TheLeslieMarshallShow

 

Crosswater Unearths A Hidden Treasure

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Do you need help raising a handicapped child?
The Center for Handicapped Children is one of those hidden treasures where dedication,commitment,and hope, motivate the everyday life of their staff, volunteers, students and families.  Crosswater is proud to have produced an awareness & fund raising film to shed more light on the benefit that CHC brings to the community.
Special thanks to Dr. Ana Laura Stearn, Chris Santucci, & David Halm for contributing their skillsets to this worthwhile organization.Contact http://chcrainbow.com/ to learn how CHC can help you.

 

Integrated Care Model At It’s Best

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Buffalo Medical Group’s new Orchard Park facility is the epitome of their Integrated Care Model, housing everything from primary care to specialty care, lab services, imaging services, and an infusion center that overlooks a tranquil forest setting.

Walking through the open reception area one patient was overheard saying…“it doesn’t feel like a Doctor’s office, you feel good being here.”

BMG’s commitment to improving their patients’ health encouraged them to create a facility that not only focuses on the care of the patient, but on the comfort of that patient as well.

Some of the appealing distinctions include how BMG used different nature photographs to designate each healthcare department, while large windows draw in the natural light to the colorful lobby and waiting areas.

Features of the new facility will soon appear on the Buffalo Medical Group’s BMG-TV, an internal network that provides relevant patient education programming designed to keep patients and employees updated on how the Buffalo Medical Group has maintained its leading role as the area’s largest private medical group. Crosswater develops and manages the original content for BMG’s network.