News Archives of February 2000

February 28, 2000
Upstate Medical University to hold career open house March 25
The open house, sponsored by the College of Health Professions and the Office of Student Admissions, offers high school and college students, parents, counselors, teachers and others opportunities to learn more about seven key health fields: Cardiovascular Perfusion, Cytotechnology, Medical Imaging Sciences, Medical Technology, Physical Therapy and Radiation Therapy Technology. Health professionals will discuss how [...]

February 24, 2000
Prevention magazine food editor to offer healthy eating tips and demonstrate recipes at University Hospital March 3
Regina Ragone, food editor for Prevention magazine, will offer healthy eating tips during a presentation and food demonstration Friday, March 3 from noon to 1 p.m. in the second floor cafeteria of University Hospital, 750 E. Adams St. Ragone will also present that afternoon, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Wegman’s in DeWitt. All presentations [...]

February 17, 2000
Volunteer Opportunities Available at University Hospital
Central New Yorkers are invited to learn more about volunteer opportunities at University Hospital of the SUNY Upstate Medical University. Individuals are needed to serve in a variety of hospital settings, including pediatrics, emergency and recovery rooms, food and nutritional services, tour service, errand and messenger service, heart and oncology services. Volunteers are also needed [...]

February 17, 2000
Upstate Medical University’s Mini-Medical School runs March 7 to April 11
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to attend medical school the College of Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University is giving you the chance to find out. Back by popular demand, the college is again offering its Mini-Medical School to the general public. “Our aim is to get people excited as to [...]

February 16, 2000
University Hospital’s radiation oncology department wins honor from Hospice of Central New York
The annual accolade, named for a former hospice patient, recognizes physicians for their commitment to communicate openly, honestly, and sensitively with patients and their respect of each patient’s decisions about health care needs.

January 31, 2000
SUNY Upstate Medical University will rename street to honor of one nation’s first African-American women physicians Feb. 2
Upstate Medical University will rename one of its campus roads to honor one of the nation’s first African-American women physicians in a ceremony Wednesday, Feb.2. C-D Street, which runs between Harrison and Adams streets, will be renamed Sarah Loguen Street to honor Sarah Loguen Fraser, M.D., who in 1876 became the first African-American woman to [...]

January 31, 2000
Binghamton City School Superintendent James E. Lee named to SUNY Upstate Medical University Council
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — James E. Lee, superintendent of the Binghamton City School District, has been appointed by New York Gov. George Pataki to the SUNY Upstate Medical University Council, formerly known as the Health Science Center Council. Lee will serve until June 30, 2004. He succeeds Barbara A. Wolfson, whose term has expired. [...]

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