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Upstate Online, April 1, 2022

“It’s a huge conversation piece for all of our patients. They look at the patch and say ‘Oh that’s the fire department that came and got me. That’s who came and put out the fire.'"

More than 250 fire department logo patches fill Clark Burn Center with gratitude

“It’s a huge conversation piece for all of our patients. They look at the patch and say ‘Oh that’s the fire department that came and got me. That’s who came and put out the fire.'"


The awards recognize faculty for “work exemplifying the missions of Upstate, with particular emphasis on professionalism, work ethic and character.”

Upstate honors 13 with Gold Standard Awards

The awards recognize faculty for “work exemplifying the missions of Upstate, with particular emphasis on professionalism, work ethic and character.”


The two-year program is focused on underserved communities, including urban and rural areas where there may be barriers to healthcare, such as a lack of providers, low health literacy.

TRUST program prepares future health care providers to serve the underserved

The two-year program is focused on underserved communities, including urban and rural areas where there may be barriers to healthcare, such as a lack of providers, low health literacy.


As in the past, hundreds of handwritten notes from thankful patients were distributed to physicians, nurses and other health care professionals.

Upstate Foundation celebrates National Doctors’ Day

As in the past, hundreds of handwritten notes from thankful patients were distributed to physicians, nurses and other health care professionals.


DANCING FOR THE KIDS: Syracuse University students participating in Ottothon, a dance marathon to support Children’s Miracle Network hospitals, perform outside Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital March 26. Ottothon raised more than $100,000 for the children’s hospital.

DANCING FOR THE KIDS: Syracuse University students participating in Ottothon, a dance marathon to support Children’s Miracle Network hospitals, perform outside Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital March 26. Ottothon raised more than $100,000 for the children’s hospital.

INTRODUCING MOLLY: She’s Upstate’s newest therapy dog assisting patients. She comes to us from Paws of CNY. After her first visit this week at the Upstate Cancer Center, this 12-year-old Golden Retriever is already beloved.

INTRODUCING MOLLY: She’s Upstate’s newest therapy dog assisting patients. She comes to us from Paws of CNY. After her first visit this week at the Upstate Cancer Center, this 12-year-old Golden Retriever is already beloved.

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In Memoriam: Our Upstate Family

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