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A Decade Well-Spent

A Decade Well-Spent

Nina Schor, M.D., joined Golisano Children's Hospital in 2006. Now, after more than a decade of hard work, she is stepping down from role as Chair of Pediatrics.

Diagnosis of Crohn’s Disease Doesn’t Discourage Young Girl

Diagnosis of Crohn’s Disease Doesn’t Discourage Young Girl

Isabella Venture’s softball glove hadn’t moved in weeks. Her soccer ball rested in her bag, along with her cleats and the rest of her gear. The eight-year-old’s passion for playing the piano was dwindling. Her health was deteriorating. The once energetic child was laboring just to get out of bed every day. Her constant battle with strep throat and other ailments had caused her to lose nearly 20 pounds and lose interest in the things she had loved.

Outpouring of Support Shown at Honoring Owen Book Collection Kickoff Event

Outpouring of Support Shown at Honoring Owen Book Collection Kickoff Event

The Honoring Owen Book Collection is available to families at the Golisano Children's Hospital in the Family Resource Library. The permanent collection will help families staying in the hospital that may be in need of a good story. 

Checking Our Pulse

Checking Our Pulse

The Children’s Heart Center at URMC provides cardiac and cardiovascular surgical care for children and adults born with structural heart disease or children with acquired heart problems. The center provides a full range of outpatient and inpatient services and works closely with pediatric cardiologists across upstate New York to provide comprehensive cardiac care to patients throughout the region.

Providing a New Frontier of Care for Adults with Congenital Heart Disease

Providing a New Frontier of Care for Adults with Congenital Heart Disease

A few decades ago, there wasn’t any kind of treatment available for children born with, for example, a single ventricle in their heart. Today, we’re seeing those children thrive well into adulthood. A new doctor at Golisano Children's Hospital is treating adults with congenital heart disease.