Dr. Lloyd Brown
Dr. Brown is the Director of Emergency Services and Director of the Emergency Department at Mount St. Mary's Hospital Emergency Department. Prior to this appointment in 2003, Dr. Brown was an attending emergency medicine physician for Catholic Health in Western New York.
After graduating cum laude with a BS in Zoology from Howard University, he earned an MD from the University at Buffalo. He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, and he is a member of ACEP. He holds the appointment of Clinical Preceptor for second-year medical students at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine.
Dr. Brown is extremely active in the community. He is the Medical Director for eight of the volunteer emergency management services (EMS) companies in the Niagara County region, and he chairs the "Salute to Niagara County's EMS Providers" Award Ceremony each year. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Williams-Elmslie YMCA, as Director of the Crisis Response Team of the Greater Refuge Temple of Christ Church and as Director of the Preventing Youth Violence Conference. He and his wife, Dr. Curlane Jones-Brown, co-founded the S.E.N.S.E.S Foundation, a non-profit organization helping the Buffalo inner-city children and young adults realize their potential to learn, and become productive members of the community. Together they received the Family Life Award from the Buffalo Urban League for their continued support to youth and young adults in the Western New York community.
Dr. Brown is a leader in quality improvement and patient satisfaction programs, and Mount St. Mary's has earned national recognition for his efforts. For example, the hospital was ranked number one in Ascension Health for Core Measures in July 2008. Ascension Health is the largest Catholic health care system and the largest non-profit delivery system in the United States with 66 acute care hospitals in 20 states and the District of Columbia.