Greater employee participation in the campaign would “greatly increase our region’s ability to feed the hungry, house the homeless, care for the sick and help those in need in many other ways,” said Interim President Mantosh Dewan.
The hospital has attracted dozens of pediatric specialists to the area to work in the hospital, increasing the number of specialty services available to patients.
DAY OF SERVICE INCLUDES COMMUNITY EDUCATION
: Part of the Upstate Day of Service and Remembrance Sept. 15 featured a neighborhood orientation of the city’s former 15th Ward. Those offering commentary on the community include, from left, Dr. Emad Rahim, entreprenuer; Syeisha Bird of Syracuse University; Near Westside Initiative Executive Director Gregorio Jimenez; Syracuse Common Council President Helen Hudson; Nakeia Chambers, Syracuse firefighter Tamica Barnett, and Simone Seward. Chambers and Seward are with Upstate’s Office of Student Affairs.