News Archives of 2010

Upstate Medical University announces appointments, honors and awards

January 27, 2010

SYRACUSE, N.Y. SUNY Upstate Medical University announces the following appointments, honors and awards:


Upstate Medical community responds to request for Haiti earthquake relief efforts

January 25, 2010

Money raised across campus will be directed to three agencies involved in relief efforts - American Red Cross, Doctors without Borders, and Partners in Health.


Colorful calendar tells monthly story of nursing excellence at Upstate Medical

January 19, 2010

The calendar features more than 100 nursing professionals and highlights numerous accomplishments, innovations and honors led by nurses from all specialities.


Dinosaurs take up residence in Golisano Children's Hospital's Treehouse Gallery

January 12, 2010

The exhibition features laboratory cast specimens of important fossil discoveries and various dinosaurs. It is on display through March 31 for the benefit of patients, family members and their visitors during their hospital stay.


Gary Johnson to head Emergency Medicine

January 8, 2010

Gary Johnson, M.D., will lead one of the area's busiest emergency rooms, with more than 56,000 patient visits annually. A member of the Upstate Medical University faculty since 1990, Johnson is an award-winning faculty member and physician.


Upstate installs new filtered water stations as part of the university's ?Think Green' initiative

January 7, 2010

Filtered water is flowing through a growing number of drinking fountains on the Upstate Medical University campus as the campus seeks to reduce the use of bottled water to meet new state requirement


University Hospital acquires new system to increase positive outcomes from heart attack

January 6, 2010

The LIFENET System allows hospital to get detailed heart information from ambulance that will help reduce treatment time for patients experiencing dangerous form of hear attack. Technology aids physicians and nurses in better preparing for patient's arrival at emergency room.


Michael Iannuzzi named Reifenstein Professor

January 5, 2010

Michael Iannuzzi, M.D., MBA., chair of the Department of Medicine, has been named the Edward C. Reifenstein Professor of Medicine. The Reifenstein Professorship celebrates Iannuzzi's qualities of leadership, medical education, investigation and clinical care.


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