• Friday, February 1 the nurses from Upstate Cardiovascular Services brought knowledge about heart health and hands only CPR to the Syracuse Crunch fans. The ceremonial puck was dropped by Carol Donaldson, a cardiac patient and survivor treated at Upstate University Hospital. She was joined on the ice by her granddaughters and Connie Randolph, Heart Failure Program Coordinator at Upstate.
    Friday, February 1 the nurses from Upstate Cardiovascular Services brought knowledge about heart health and hands only CPR to the Syracuse Crunch fans. The ceremonial puck was dropped by Carol Donaldson, a cardiac patient and survivor treated at Upstate University Hospital. She was joined on the ice by her granddaughters and Connie Randolph, Heart Failure Program Coordinator at Upstate.
  • A recent snow squall turned the Weiskotten Hall courtyard in to a snow globe
    A recent snow squall turned the Weiskotten Hall courtyard in to a snow globe
  • Tamara Roberts, RN, of the Clark Burn Center at Upstate University Hospital issues a warning about frostbite in light of the frigid temperatures expected this weekend.
    Tamara Roberts, RN, of the Clark Burn Center at Upstate University Hospital issues a warning about frostbite in light of the frigid temperatures expected this weekend.
  • Congratulations to Caitlin Marble and Luke Naughton, on the birth of their son Myles Patrick Naughton - the first baby born in 2019 at the The Jim and DeDe Walsh Family Birth Center at the Upstate Community Campus. Myles was born at 12:31 p.m. Jan. 1, 2019.
    Congratulations to Caitlin Marble and Luke Naughton, on the birth of their son Myles Patrick Naughton - the first baby born in 2019 at the The Jim and DeDe Walsh Family Birth Center at the Upstate Community Campus. Myles was born at 12:31 p.m. Jan. 1, 2019.

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