News and Events
Dr. Brenner's Article Featured in Physician's Weekly
September 27, 2018
Dr. Brenner's article from the current issue of The Annals of Emergency Medicine is featured by Physician's Weekly
EM Residents Volunteer at Samaritan Center
September 26, 2018
Dr. Louise Prince and several Emergency Medicine Residents volunteered this morning and served breakfast at the Samaritan Center.
Dr. Kloss Speaks on the Rise and Fall of Synthetic Drugs of Abuse
August 17, 2018
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A small box that saves lives: Fayetteville man recovers from infection, thanks to ECMO machine
August 8, 2018
Robert Crain was hospitalized during Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. He awakened a week after New Year's, and he was well enough to go home on Valentine's Day.
Emergency Medicine Participates in TEAM UPSTATE Backpack & School Supplies Collection Drive
August 1, 2018
Pictured are department members who assisted in counting and packing up the supplies
Upstate Emergency Medicine doctors provide care, get new perspectives during medical mission to Haiti
July 20, 2018
Upstate emergency physicians Brian Kloss, DO, who has taken part before, and Joseph Capogreco, MD, who was on his first trip, discuss the diseases and conditions they and their colleagues encountered in the town of Verrettes, where they worked.
Infectious disease textbook takes a page from graphic novels
July 19, 2018
Brian Kloss, DO, worked with illustrator Travis Bruce to create comic-book images that accompany the medical text.
Jeremy Joslin, MD, has been appointed Associate Chief Medical Officer at the Downtown Campus
July 12, 2018
In this new role, Joslin will focus on optimizing hospital clinical operations related to capacity and throughput to ensure patients are getting the right care in the right place at the right time.
Emergency Department Interpreters Are Vital To Quality Care
July 12, 2018
Emergency physicians care for anyone, anytime, regardless of what language a patient speaks. In 2015, more than one in five Americans spoke a language other than English as their first language at home, according to the U.S. Census. Language barriers during a medical emergency have the potential to compromise care, according to a new analysis with case studies in Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Sullivan Speaks on Capitol Hill about Treating Addiction Patients in Emergency Department
June 27, 2018
Ross Sullivan, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine and director of medical toxicology at Upstate Medical University, will head to Capitol Hill June 28 to speak before federal lawmakers