About Us

Andrea Manyon, MD.

Andrea Manyon, MD, interim department chair.

Our department achieves high standards of education, research and patient care, all with the goal of bringing family medicine to a new level.

  • Education and Training
    We direct one of the oldest and most respected family medicine residency programs in the country and offer comprehensive fellowship training in addiction and sports medicine.
  • Patient Care
    Our faculty physicians staff four ambulatory practices and care for inpatients at our affiliated hospitals, serving primarily underserved and other vulnerable populations. We train medical students, residents and fellows at these sites, modeling exemplary care as we seek to enhance health and quality of life in families, one patient at a time.
  • Research
    Faculty in our transdisciplinary research unit pursue clinical and health services studies that benefit patients, inform policy and improve the health care system. Our department is ranked seventh in the medical school for external funding.
  • Community Outreach
    We’re deeply committed to our community, and we show that by contributing to the health and well-being of Western New Yorkers — particularly those with limited access to, or options for, medical care.
  • Affiliated Hospitals
    Our unique consortium of affiliated teaching hospitals and health care systems offers a wide range of clinical experiences and training opportunities.
  • Employment Opportunities
    We offer you the opportunity to work in a university and multi-hospital partnership in urban, suburban and rural settings.
  • Support Family Medicine
    We have several endowment funds which support our mission of teaching, research and community service.

Diversity Statement

The Department of Family Medicine is committed to an inclusive and respectful environment as demonstrated by its commitment to recruitment and retention of diverse faculty, staff, and students, delivery of quality patient care for diverse populations, and implementation of research to reduce health disparities.