Even before the coronavirus arrived in the United States, forward-thinking physicians at Upstate Medical University saw the signs and got ready for action. Their quick response, paired with a culture of institutional preparedness and creativity, helped Upstate respond effectively to the crisis. Today, its hospitals and practices are open for business across all of its clinical areas, as the commitment to addressing COVID-19 continues.
Two generations of Central New York patients have benefitted from the expertise and respect shown to them by internal medicine physician Patsy M. Iannolo, MD, PhD. Now, Dr. Iannolo is expanding his Taft Road practice to open a second office in Skaneateles. The new location will offer a range of amenities, as well as the patient-centered care Dr. Iannolo is known for.
At Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS), a four-physician team of orthopedic surgeons specializing in spine surgery performs the gamut of procedures for neck and back pain, including a variety of outpatient operations at the practice’s ambulatory surgery center.
As we return to work, we will see a dramatic impact in openings and hiring to fill those jobs.
Loretto took early action at the start of the pandemic to protect our community’s most vulnerable population — an effort that resulted in less than 1% of residents testing positive for the virus.
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