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  • DOG DAYS OF SUMMER: Dressed in pirate attire, Lumpi, the dachshund therapy dog, comforts patients at the Upstate Cancer Center as they undergo various procedures.
    DOG DAYS OF SUMMER: Dressed in pirate attire, Lumpi, the dachshund therapy dog, comforts patients at the Upstate Cancer Center as they undergo various procedures.
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    CLASS PORTRAIT: The first class of Syracuse City School District students enrolled in Upstate’s Jump into Health Care program pose for a portrait in the Weiskotten Hall courtyard. The monthlong program introduced the students to various health care careers and provided opportunities to strengthen their research and presentation sills. The students were supported throughout the program by College of Heath Professions’s Dean Katherine Beissner and students from the Norton College of Medicine. …(more)
  • ON THE ROAD AGAIN:  Upstate’s Mammography Van on its summer tour stops at Driver’s Village for screenings. The van has provided more than 2,000 mammograms since 2019. The tour continues this summer with a stop in Oneida at the Eclectic Chic Aug. 10. Call 315-464-2588 to schedule an appointment.
    ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Upstate’s Mammography Van on its summer tour stops at Driver’s Village for screenings. The van has provided more than 2,000 mammograms since 2019. The tour continues this summer with a stop in Oneida at the Eclectic Chic Aug. 10. Call 315-464-2588 to schedule an appointment.
  • SPORTS FOR GOLISANO: The  LaFayette Athletic Booster Club held a Stix it to Cancer event to support children and families at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital. The full-day event had a variety of athletic contests, including a varsity baseball double-header, and girls’ and boys’ lacrosse matchup.
    SPORTS FOR GOLISANO: The LaFayette Athletic Booster Club held a Stix it to Cancer event to support children and families at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital. The full-day event had a variety of athletic contests, including a varsity baseball double-header, and girls’ and boys’ lacrosse matchup.
  • LEARNING ABOUT HEALTH CARE CAREERS: College of Health Professions Professor Stephen Feikes teaches a group of Syracuse City School District students about the respiratory therapy profession. The students are on the Upstate campus for a monthlong program that highlights various health care careers.
    LEARNING ABOUT HEALTH CARE CAREERS: College of Health Professions Professor Stephen Feikes teaches a group of Syracuse City School District students about the respiratory therapy profession. The students are on the Upstate campus for a monthlong program that highlights various health care careers.
  • A NOD FROM NOVELIS: Novelis presents a $25,000 gift to the Upstate Foundation to support the adaptive design workshops through the Golisano Center for Special Needs.
    A NOD FROM NOVELIS: Novelis presents a $25,000 gift to the Upstate Foundation to support the adaptive design workshops through the Golisano Center for Special Needs.
  • TEAL THERE’S A CURE: The 5K Maureen T. O’Hara run steps off July 4 at 8 a.m. at Marcellus Park. The race raises money for ovarian cancer research at Upstate, which also provides assistance to ovarian cancer patients. The fund is held  by the Upstate Foundation.
    TEAL THERE’S A CURE: The 5K Maureen T. O’Hara run steps off July 4 at 8 a.m. at Marcellus Park. The race raises money for ovarian cancer research at Upstate, which also provides assistance to ovarian cancer patients. The fund is held by the Upstate Foundation.
  • Highlighting the certification designating Upstate Community Hospital as a Baby Friendly Hospital are, from left, Cathy Narcavage Bradley, clinical outpatient health educator; Jen Rose, lactation consultant; Michele Chai, MD, medical director of the newborn nursery; and Barb Bennett, nurse manager of the Family Birth Center. The Baby Friendly Designation means Upstate’s Family Birth Center is committed to providing the support, education and resources moms need to successfully initiate breastfeeding and continue breastfeeding when they leave the hospital.
    Highlighting the certification designating Upstate Community Hospital as a Baby Friendly Hospital are, from left, Cathy Narcavage Bradley, clinical outpatient health educator; Jen Rose, lactation consultant; Michele Chai, MD, medical director of the newborn nursery; and Barb Bennett, nurse manager of the Family Birth Center. The Baby Friendly Designation means Upstate’s Family Birth Center is committed to providing the support, education and resources moms need to successfully initiate breastfeeding and continue breastfeeding when they leave the hospital.

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