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St. Joseph’s Health offers a comprehensive range of health services — from home-based and community-focused programs to well-established hospital and primary care programs — to track patient progress and secure better outcomes through a continuum of care.
No matter what maternal or fetal complications may arise during pregnancy, labor or delivery, the Kienzle Family Maternity Center at Crouse Health has the technology, infrastructure and expertise to provide expedient, high-level, compassionate care.
The Heart Group of Syracuse: Increasing Patient Access to Comprehensive Cardiac Care across Central New York
Guided by a clear vision of the type of high-quality, around-the-clock cardiology services its founders wanted to provide, The Heart Group of Syracuse is the only heart practice in the area with three strategic office locations across Central New York and physicians with privileges at all major Syracuse hospitals.
Equipped with the latest technology and a devoted, multidisciplinary team, the Dr. Hadley J. Falk Breast Health Center at Crouse Hospital offers state-of-the-art services to ensure women who are diagnosed with breast cancer can navigate comfortably from testing to treatment.
Medical Liability Mutual Insurance Company, in business since July 1, 1975, is in the process of becoming part of National Indemnity Company, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, a Warren Buffett enterprise. MLMIC’s Executive Committee met with Buffett and some of his associates earlier this year...
Upstate Medical University’s Upstate Cancer Center — Central New York’s only academic-affiliated cancer institution — is pursuing a long-term growth plan that matches requirements for National Cancer Institute cancer center designation. Its team has already begun programmatic expansion coordinated with its robust research, leading-edge technology and multidisciplinary model of care.
A cadre of dedicated subspecialists and a facility dubbed “orthopedic heaven” establish Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) as a pacesetter in regional hand and wrist care.
Taking care of the brain and understanding its complexity are activities at Upstate Medical University that are reflected in all aspects of its mission. Through innovative treatments, techniques and research, this commitment is shared by specialists and staff whose expertise creates the largest neuroscience resource for 17 counties in Central New York.
Breast surgeons Mary Ellen Greco, MD, FACS, and Kristine M. Keeney, MD — both Central New York natives — bring unequaled specialized care to the region.
Since becoming a New York state regional referral center in 1975, Crouse Hospital’s Baker Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has never turned away an ambulance carrying a critically ill baby. During that time, survival rates have climbed to higher than 97 percent, while the NICU has cared for up to 1,000 infants from across the region each year.
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