Department of Family Medicine Celebrates 50 Years
Department of Family Medicine Reunion
The University of Rochester/Highland Hospital Department of Family Medicine is celebrating a 50-year anniversary. The Department is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the country, with a nationally recognized residency program that trains physicians in the medical, psychological, and social factors involved in caring for patients and families throughout their lifetimes.
“We are extremely proud of our residency program, which has prepared hundreds of doctors over the years to become practicing physicians in urban and rural settings across the nation,” said Thomas L. Campbell, M.D., who has served as department chair for the past 15 years. “Our program also includes tracks for global health and political advocacy and many of our physicians have spent time caring for the underserved in third world countries. Alumni of our program have also achieved top positions in high profile organizations like the Center for Disease Control and the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine and have become active in the quest for health care reform as well.”
The department includes Highland Family Medicine, a community health center in the South Wedge, a Level 3 certified Nation Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) patient-centered medical home, serving more than 23,000 patients annually.
More than 150 alumni attended a reunion celebration in October which featured presentations by alumni and former and current faculty members on health care issues of today, as well as social events.
Top Left Photo:
Drs. Tillman Farley, Tziporah Rosenberg, Susan McDaniel, Dave Seaburn, Cleve Shields, Tom Campbell, Steve Schultz, and Norman Wetterau
Bottom Left Photo:
Dr. Karolina Lis-Hyjek, Dr. Navi Pannu, Dr. Amanda Pannu, Dr. Annie Jack and Mike Hayes
Top Right Photo:
Front Row: Dr. Pam Olsen, Gilliam Johnston, and Dr. Cathy Morrow
Back Row: Drs. Deb Gould, Gaylinn Greenwood, Dave Evelyn, Alan Lorenz, and Tillman Farley
Bottom Right Photo:
Front row: Dr. Jeff Harp, Dr. Elizabeth deSchweinitz, Ellen Harp and Bruce Roberts.
Back row: Dr. Osman Sanyer, Dr. Eve Shapiro, Dr. Paul Gordon, Dr. Margaret Donahue, Gary Burke, and Dr. Gaylinn Greenwood