Conditions of the liver, pancreas and related systems can be hard to identify.

Christina Sanders, DO of UBMD Surgery details how UBMD works with you and supports you before and after weight loss surgery. 

Diana Wilkins, MD provides information on how vaccines work with our bodies and the importance of on-time vaccinations.
UBMD Physicians’ Group has always kept up with the latest advancements in medicine and hosting informational events is just one of the few ways we do it.
UBMD Physicians’ Group is the largest medical group in Western New York, and during the last quarter, we’ve gotten even larger. Nearly 20 new physicians joined the different practices at UBMD in the last few months.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and while research continues to find a cure and get rid of the disease for good, the surgical approach to treatment has improved, allowing for better outcomes for patients. Most commonly, breast cancer is treated through two types of surgeries – mastectomy or lumpectomy.
Many of us have heard of geriatric medicine before, but few people know all it entails. Geriatric Medicine is one of the most complex specialties in health care. From finding a physician to having numerous chronic illnesses, older adults face many difficulties when as they age.
Nearly everyone remembers the kind and gentle presence of Fred Rogers and “Mister Rogers Neighborhood.” It was an educational show that was a mainstay for children for more than three decades, always opening with the iconic “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” theme.
Summertime is one of the best times in Buffalo. With warm weather, outdoor concerts, boating, beaches and so much more, there are plenty of opportunities to have fun all across Western New York. However, there are equally as many ways that fun outdoors can lead to injuries especially for the youngest members of the family. Fortunately, UBMD Physicians’ Group has you covered.
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association. Memory issues and other forms of dementia affect more than 50 million people around the world, according to the association, highlighting the extent of these conditions – and the importance of making strides to staunch and reverse their progression.