As unofficial start of summer nears, Upstate Trauma Center braces for its busiest months

671 patients were hospitalized with serious injuries during the months of June, July and August last year.

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United Way names Upstate’s ‘Be a Hero’ Community Giving Campaign as ‘most innovative’

Caped crusaders and a friendly giving competition among departments were highlights of Upstate’s SEFA/United Way Campaign.


Faraone elected to head major international ADHD organization

Stephen V. Faraone, PhD, Distinguished Professor at Upstate and a leading researcher on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), now serves as president of the World Federation of ADHD.

A THANK YOU FROM GRATEFUL PATIENTS AT ONEIDA CELEBRATION: Katie Tamer, left, and Jacqueline Rose, right, with Dr. Stephen Graziano at the quarter century of care celebration for the Upstate Cancer Center at Oneida May 22. Tamer and Rose spoke of the outstanding care they received from staff at the Upstate Cancer Center at Oneida. Tamer said of her battle with cancer (Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma): “This is a journey I never wanted to be on or have anyone I love be on, but having Dr Graziano and this wonderful staff I wouldn’t have wanted anyone else.”