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The Doctor Is In

The Doctor Is In

On January 1, we welcomed Golisano Children’s Hospital’s new physician-in-chief to Rochester. Patrick Brophy, M.D., who previously served as Director of Pediatric Nephrology at University of Iowa Health Care, is the 8th Chair of the Department of Pediatrics. We spoke with him shortly after his arrival.

Susan Hyman Recognized for Innovation in Autism and IDD Care

Susan Hyman Recognized for Innovation in Autism and IDD Care

Pediatricians. Neurologists. Psychiatrists. Treating children with autism requires input from many specialists who are often scattered across the area. At URMC’s innovative William and Mildred Levine Autism Clinic, they all work under one roof — and that’s only one part of the groundbreaking approach fostered by Susan Hyman, M.D.

From Fellowship to Faculty: Katherine Greenberg provides care for transgender teens

From Fellowship to Faculty: Katherine Greenberg provides care for transgender teens

As recently as five years ago — before Caitlyn Jenner vaulted transgender awareness into the mainstream — the fledgling Gender Health Services program at the University of Rochester Medical Center was in danger of collapsing. That’s when Dr. Katherine Greenberg stepped in.

Lil' Fighter's Life Celebrated Through the Sport He Loved

Lil' Fighter's Life Celebrated Through the Sport He Loved

The Beach Hockey Classic, held in honor of Patrick Carr, now draws more than 1,000 people to Ontario Beach. NHL star Shane Prince, who got to know the family during Patrick’s 8-year battle with cancer, is one of the event’s organizers.

Med-Peds Residency Program Trains Doctors Who Live In Two Worlds

Med-Peds Residency Program Trains Doctors Who Live In Two Worlds

For teenagers with chronic illnesses, choosing the right adult primary care physician to illnesses is a crucial to their future health and wellness. Fortunately, Rochester has a group of physicians trained specifically for these patients.