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Chautauqua Institution and LECOM have set the stage for dynamic discussion and debate on solutions to our nation’s health care challenges. Providers, clinicians, insurers and CEOs will share Chautauqua’s renowned platforms for discourse and deliberation.


Attendees also will have access to Chautauqua Institution’s diverse artistic, educational and recreational offerings, including evening performances, golf, tennis and sailing.

 

 Yamamoto Keith 1045pm 081814  Weinberger Daniel 1045am 081913  Giberson Scott 1045am 082014  Hill Martha 1045am 082114  Lumpkin John 1045am 082114
Keith Yamamoto
August 18
Daniel R. Weinberger
August 19
Scott F. Giberson
August 20
Martha N. Hill
August 21
John R. Lumpkin
August 22

  8:30 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8:15
Monday
August 18
Restoring Brain Health

Jonathan Miller, M.D.
M.D. University Hospitals
Keith Yamamoto
vice chancellor for research, executive vice dean, UCSF School of Medicine
Heart Care Advances

Jay Patel, M.D.
Saint Vincent Health Center
Rebecca Brown
founder, Streetlight, University of Florida Department of Pediatrics
Medical Entrepreneurship

Thomas Zenty III
University Hospitals
Dancing Wheels
  Hall of Philosophy Amphitheater Athenaeum Hotel Parlor* Hall of Philosophy Hall of Philosophy Amphitheater
Tuesday
August 19
Big data for clinical discovery

David Kaelber, M.D.
The MetroHealth System
Daniel R. Weinberger
CEO, Lieber Institute for Brain Development
Cardio Vascular Wellness

Carmine D'Amico, D.O.
LECOM
Emmanuel Y. Lartey
professor of pastoral theology, care and counseling, Emory University Candler School of Theology
Stem Cell Research

Ron McKay, Ph.D
Lieber Institute
Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra – Daniel Boico, guest conductor, Anderson and Roe Piano Duo
  Lenna Hall Amphitheater Athenaeum Hotel Parlor* Hall of Philosophy Lenna Hall Amphitheater
Wednesday
August 20
Mobility and function in elder years
John Tuck, D.O.
LECOM
Scott Giberson
acting U.S. deputy
surgeon general
Macular Degeneration

Carlo DiMarco, D.O.

LECOM
Rabbi Samuel M. Stahl
rabbi emeritus, Temple Beth-El,
San Antonio, Texas
Successful Aging

James Lin, D.O.
LECOM
An Evening with Livingston Taylor, Tom Chapin and The Jammin' Divas
  Lenna Hall Amphitheater Athenaeum Hotel Parlor* Hall of Philosophy Lenna Hall Amphitheater
Thursday
August 21
Advances in Alzheimer’s research
Tim Armour
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund
Samuel Gandy,
M.D., Ph. D.
Mount Sinai
Martha N. Hill
dean emerita, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Immunizations

Greg Coppola, D.O.
LECOM
Hussein Rashid
professor, Hofstra Univ.; associate
editor, Religion Dispatches
CLSC: Sheri Fink
Five Days at Memorial
Yesterday — The Beatles Tribute
  Lenna Hall Amphitheater Athenaeum Hotel Parlor* Hall of Philosophy Hall of Philosophy Amphitheater
Friday
August 22
State of health in CHQ County

Chris Schuyler
Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services
John R. Lumpkin
director, Health Care Group, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
WNY’s lead in electronic medical record usage

Dan Porreca
HEALTHeLINK
Betsy Wright
WCA
 TBA Serving CHQ CO's Needs

CEO Panel
WCA, Westfield, Brooks
The Orchestra starring Former Members of Electric Light Orchestra and ELO Part II
  Lenna Hall Amphitheater Athenaeum Hotel Parlor* Hall of Philosophy Lenna Hall Amphitheater
Saturday
August 23
          Patti Austin & The Duke Ellington Orchestra
            Amphitheater
* Boxed lunches available at the Athenaeum Hotel
 
Come for the day or stay for the week

For ticket options and pricing call 716.357.6250

Directions
and Travel Tips

Interstate-90 (NYST)
Take exit 60, turn left onto NY-394/North Portage Street. Continue to follow NY-394.

Interstate 86
If eastbound, take Exit 7 (Panama/Chautauqua Institution), turn left onto CR-33, then right onto West Lake Road/NY-394

Airport Service
Chautauqua is served by the Chautauqua County Airport at Jamestown, N.Y. (15 miles south of the Institution) via USAirways Express commuter from Pittsburgh, Pa.

Other nearby airports are the Buffalo (NY) Niagara international airport and the Erie (Pa.) international airport.

Chautauqua Season, Set shuttle times

For reservations call, Buffalo Airport Shuttle at 716-685-2550
(must call for reservations 2 weeks in advance)

Driving Directions to Chautauqua Institution

Map of the Grounds

Day Trip: Come for the day: To enter the Institution grounds, a gate ticket is required for all visitors ages 13 to 90. Gate and parking passes can be purchased at our Main Gate Welcome Center when you arrive. Parking is available in our main parking lot across the street from the Welcome Center. Shuttle service is available. Maps of our grounds are available at the Welcome Center, and can be downloaded here.
Daily Gate Pass Prices
Morning (7 a.m. - 2 p.m.) $22.00
Afternoon (noon - 8 p.m.) $14.00
7 a.m. - 8 p.m. $36
Evening (4 p.m. - midnight) $40
Day/Evening (7 a.m. - midnight) $76
Afternoon/Evening (noon - midnight) $54
Come for a week
1 Week (adult rate) $436.00
Parking Pass Prices
1 Week $51.00
Daily $8.50
>> More information on passes and pricing
Overnight Stay: Stay for a day or more: Make reservations at the historic Athenaeum Hotel. Enjoy special rates for shorter stays and take advantage of Heirloom, A full service resturant located in the hotel.
Weekly Stay: Stay for a week: Finding accommodations should be your first priority when planning a visit to Chautauqua. To explore and secure accommodations, visit our web-based search engine,check our accommodations specials webpage, or make reservations at the historic Athenaeum Hotel.

To enter the Institution grounds, a gate ticket is required for all visitors ages 13 to 90. Gate and parking passes can be purchased at our Main Gate Welcome Center when you arrive, or by using our ticketing website.
  Summer is waiting for you at Chautauqua
 

Chautauqua Institution comes alive each summer with a unique mix of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship and programs, and recreational and lifelong learning activities.

Learn more about a day at Chautauqua