News Archives of November 2009
November 24, 2009
Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital wins honor from regional development group
NAIOP honors children's hospital for architectural excellence and overall design. The Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital opened in September and features 71 private patient rooms and a performance center, care and solarium.
November 20, 2009
University Hospital honors members of nursing staff for outstanding service and care.
SYRACUSE, N.Y.— University Hospital recently honored members of its nursing staff for the outstanding care they offer patients. Those honored, including their department and residence, are:
Abbie Sperato, Burn Unit, Syracuse
Carol Fitzgerald, Transplant, Syracuse
Christine Brubaker, Breast Care Center, Mallory
Deborah Anguish, Poison Center,Tully
Emily Brown, ICU, Dewitt
Gabriel Ham, Orthopedics, Syracuse
Holly Lewis, Neurology, Skaneateles
Jamie Weeks, ICU, Locke
November 17, 2009
University recognized as a top hospital for surgical outcomes by national program
An American College of Surgeons program has recognized University Hospital as one of 25 NSQIP participating hospitals in the United States that have achieved exemplary outcomes for surgical patient care.
November 5, 2009
Upstate Medical veterans step off in Veterans Day parade for first time
More than two dozen veterans with connections to Upstate Medical University will march in the Syracuse Veterans parade. It's the first time a group of veterans from the university have participated in the parade.
November 4, 2009
Upstate Medical University recognizes 29 individuals and Kohl’s Department Stores for excellence at Fall Faculty Convocation
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Twenty-nine individuals and Kohl’s Department Stores were honored for distinguished service to Upstate Medical University at the university’s 2009 Fall Faculty Convocation and Presentation of Awards, held Sept. 16 on the Upstate campus.
The recipients and their awards include (residence in parenthesis):
? Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service and [...]
November 3, 2009
Mental health is key predictor of the resilience in seniors from rural areas, study finds
The resilience of older adults living in rural communities is most likely associated with their mental health, according to a new study by Upstate Medical University published in the Fall 2009 issue of Journal of Rural Health.