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  • Upstate President Mantosh Dewan, MD, left, and SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras attend a luncheon for students in the inaugural class of the Pre-Medical Opportunity Program, held this week on the Upstate campus.
    Upstate President Mantosh Dewan, MD, left, and SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras attend a luncheon for students in the inaugural class of the Pre-Medical Opportunity Program, held this week on the Upstate campus.
  • A COUNTY PERSPECTIVE: Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon speaks at the June 7 event marking the 10th anniversary of Upstate’s acquisition of Community General Hospital. McMahon praised the effort and the success that has come from it, especially the opportunity for the Community Campus to assist in the county’s response to the COVID pandemic.
    A COUNTY PERSPECTIVE: Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon speaks at the June 7 event marking the 10th anniversary of Upstate’s acquisition of Community General Hospital. McMahon praised the effort and the success that has come from it, especially the opportunity for the Community Campus to assist in the county’s response to the COVID pandemic.
  • CHANCELLOR PRAISE: SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras offers his congratulations on Upstate's honor as a Magnet designation facility in recognition of its nursing staff and quality of care during a celebration June 30.
    CHANCELLOR PRAISE: SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras offers his congratulations on Upstate's honor as a Magnet designation facility in recognition of its nursing staff and quality of care during a celebration June 30.
  • NURSING QUILT: Upstate's Chief Nursing Officer Nancy Page, left, admires a quilt made up of various nursing unit T-shirts. The handmade quilt was one of the many momentos Page received during a reception held in her honor to celebrate her nearly 40-year association with Upstate. Page retires next week.
    NURSING QUILT: Upstate's Chief Nursing Officer Nancy Page, left, admires a quilt made up of various nursing unit T-shirts. The handmade quilt was one of the many momentos Page received during a reception held in her honor to celebrate her nearly 40-year association with Upstate. Page retires next week.
  • MAGNET BRILLIANCE: Two crystal Magnet Obelisks recognizing Upstate's recognition as Magnet Designated for Nursing are on display at both the Community and Downtown campuses. Magnet status, presented by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, recognizes the strength and quality of a facility's nursing.
    MAGNET BRILLIANCE: Two crystal Magnet Obelisks recognizing Upstate's recognition as Magnet Designated for Nursing are on display at both the Community and Downtown campuses. Magnet status, presented by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, recognizes the strength and quality of a facility's nursing.

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