Robert Gatewood, Jr., M.D.
Why did you decide to go into medicine?
As the oldest of 13 children, I learned at a very early age the importance of taking care of others
Favorite book or movie:
"To Kill a Mockingbird" and "The Godfather"
To me, treating people well means:
Making each patient as happy and as healthy as possible
Member of BMG Since:
Cardiovascular Diseases, Internal Medicine
MD from Georgetown University Medical School
Clinical Associate Professor at the University at Buffalo
Internship and Residency at Erie County Medical Center and Buffalo General Hospital
Fellowship at the University of Rochester School of Medicine
Kaleida Health Chief of Cardiology
Published Numerous Articles, Authored More Than 50 Presentations, Co-authored Two Books
Areas of Interest:
Prevention and Wellness; Valvular Heart Disease; Echocardiography; the Application of Technology in Medicine, including Telemedicine; the Use of Wearable and Implanted Sensors; Improvements in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Systems; and the Addition of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), as well as Intelligent Assistance (I.A.) for Medical Decision-making
Supporter of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the American Heart Association, the Boys and Girls Club, NPR, and the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus