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  • WHAT DID YOU ORDER? Over the past two months, more than 300 organizations, restaurants, individuals donated meals for hospital staff in a show of support for their work to fight the COVID pandemic. As a thank you to the local community, Upstate will host a virtual food drive in June to support the Food Bank of CNY.
    WHAT DID YOU ORDER? Over the past two months, more than 300 organizations, restaurants, individuals donated meals for hospital staff in a show of support for their work to fight the COVID pandemic. As a thank you to the local community, Upstate will host a virtual food drive in June to support the Food Bank of CNY.
  • A NEW LEVEL OF CLEAN: Action Window Cleaning spent the week on the Upstate campus cleaning windows in all buildings.
    A NEW LEVEL OF CLEAN: Action Window Cleaning spent the week on the Upstate campus cleaning windows in all buildings.
  • A SIGN OF THE TIMES: Upstate Mammography van has now been called into service as a COVID testing site and is visiting outlying counties to enhance testing availability.
    A SIGN OF THE TIMES: Upstate Mammography van has now been called into service as a COVID testing site and is visiting outlying counties to enhance testing availability.
  • BLOOMING CAMPUS: A glorious Spring day on the Upstate Medical University campus.
    BLOOMING CAMPUS: A glorious Spring day on the Upstate Medical University campus.
  • BACK IN TIME: Upstate nurses honor the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, considered by many to be the founder of modern nursing. Nightingale was born May 12, 1820
    BACK IN TIME: Upstate nurses honor the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, considered by many to be the founder of modern nursing. Nightingale was born May 12, 1820
  • IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE: Led by DC Douglas C-47 affectionately named Whiskey 7, ‘Operation Thanks From Above’ flies over Syracuse May 16 to salute health care and other essential workers in the fight against COVID-19. Flyover was courtesy of the National Warplane Museum in Geneseo.
    IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE: Led by DC Douglas C-47 affectionately named Whiskey 7, ‘Operation Thanks From Above’ flies over Syracuse May 16 to salute health care and other essential workers in the fight against COVID-19. Flyover was courtesy of the National Warplane Museum in Geneseo.
  • CUOMO BRIEFING AT UPSTATE: The large conference/classroom on the fourth floor of the Academic Building on the Upstate Medical University campus was once again transformed into the governor’s daily COVID-19 press briefing room. Andrew Cuomo has held his daily COVID-19 briefings at Upstate on May 14 and April 28. In his Thursday briefing, Cuomo announced that the Central New York region can begin a phased reopening May 15, having met the state’s reopening metrics.
    CUOMO BRIEFING AT UPSTATE: The large conference/classroom on the fourth floor of the Academic Building on the Upstate Medical University campus was once again transformed into the governor’s daily COVID-19 press briefing room. Andrew Cuomo has held his daily COVID-19 briefings at Upstate on May 14 and April 28. In his Thursday briefing, Cuomo announced that the Central New York region can begin a phased reopening May 15, having met the state’s reopening metrics.
  • PICTURE THIS: From left, Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh and Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon receive Upstate Strong hats after addressing Upstate staff outside the entrance of Upstate University Hospital. Walsh and McMahon noted that it was National Hospital Week and thanked all for their efforts in helping the CNY community respond to the COVID pandemic. Joining Walsh and McMahon are Chief Nursing Officer Nancy Page, Upstate Medical University Interim President Mantosh Dewan, MD, and University Hospital CEO Robert Corona, DO.
    PICTURE THIS: From left, Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh and Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon receive Upstate Strong hats after addressing Upstate staff outside the entrance of Upstate University Hospital. Walsh and McMahon noted that it was National Hospital Week and thanked all for their efforts in helping the CNY community respond to the COVID pandemic. Joining Walsh and McMahon are Chief Nursing Officer Nancy Page, Upstate Medical University Interim President Mantosh Dewan, MD, and University Hospital CEO Robert Corona, DO.
  • GREETINGS FROM LOCAL LEADERS: Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh, left, and Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon received Upstate Strong hats after addressing Upstate staff outside the entrance of Upstate University Hospital. Walsh and McMahon noted that it was National Hospital Week and thanked all for their efforts in helping the CNY community respond to the COVID pandemic.
    GREETINGS FROM LOCAL LEADERS: Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh, left, and Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon received Upstate Strong hats after addressing Upstate staff outside the entrance of Upstate University Hospital. Walsh and McMahon noted that it was National Hospital Week and thanked all for their efforts in helping the CNY community respond to the COVID pandemic.

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