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Upstate Online, Dec. 22, 2023

TRAUMA DRILL: Upstate’s Department of Emergency Medicine, in conjunction with Upstate Trauma, conducted its monthly Trauma Drill with a focus on the quick identification of a STRAUMA patient, a dual stroke alert and trauma activation. Others participating included Syracuse Fire Ambulance.

TRAUMA DRILL: Upstate’s Department of Emergency Medicine, in conjunction with Upstate Trauma, conducted its monthly Trauma Drill with a focus on the quick identification of a STRAUMA patient, a dual stroke alert and trauma activation. Others participating included Syracuse Fire Ambulance.


Upstate's new chair of Medicine seeks to raise awareness of cardiac amyloidosis.

Upstate offers nuclear scan for heart issue once thought rare

Upstate's new chair of Medicine seeks to raise awareness of cardiac amyloidosis.


Upstate Pediatric and Adolescent Center and Upstate Pediatrics have been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.

Upstate outpatient pediatric clinics recognized for quality care

Upstate Pediatric and Adolescent Center and Upstate Pediatrics have been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.


In addition to Upstate, ASPPH represents 146 schools and programs of public health from across the country and globally, and more than 25,000 academic public health members.

Christopher Morley, PhD, elected to board of national Association for Schools and Programs of Public Health

In addition to Upstate, ASPPH represents 146 schools and programs of public health from across the country and globally, and more than 25,000 academic public health members.


VOLUNTEERING SPIRIT: The first volunteer shift of Upstate employees gather at the Oncenter Dec. 20 to assist at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau. More than 90 Upstate employees, along with hundreds of others from area businesses, volunteered at the event to make the holidays a little merrier for more than 2,200 low-income families.

VOLUNTEERING SPIRIT: The first volunteer shift of Upstate employees gather at the Oncenter Dec. 20 to assist at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau. More than 90 Upstate employees, along with hundreds of others from area businesses, volunteered at the event to make the holidays a little merrier for more than 2,200 low-income families.

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