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Ambulatory Services has announced that Angela Fasoldt BSN, RNC-OB has been named the nurse manager for Perinatal and Women’s Health, effective Oct. 1. Fasoldt started her nursing career at Upstate in PM&R. She also served in several positions, including nursing and information technology nursing positions at Crouse Hospital. She holds certification as an inpatient obstetric nurse. Fasoldt’s office is located at UHCC; she can be reached at FasoldtA@upstate.edu or at 315-464-3727.

Ambulatory Services also announced that Julie Doody RN MSN, has been named ambulatory transitional nurse manager. Doody has more than 28 years of nursing experience working with pediatric, adult, community and college populations. She has worked at Upstate off and on since 2004, returning in 2011 as the nurse manager of the Emergency Department and then moved on to management positions in Ambulatory. She earned her RN at Crouse and holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Upstate and a master’s degree in nursing administration from Le Moyne. In her new role Doody will be responsible for the Ambulatory float pool and will serve in interim nurse manager roles while recruiting and orienting new managers. Doody’s office is located at UHCC; she can be reached at DoodyJ@upstate.edu or at 315-464-5677.

Upstate In the News

Prateek Wali, MD, was interviewed for a story on an 11-year-old New Hartford girl who was named as youth ambassador for the Take Steps Walk for Crohn’s and Colitis that aired on WKTV in Utica.

Leslie Kohman, MD, was interviewed by Spectrum News about the use of medical marijuana as a treatment for breast cancer or its side effects.

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