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University of Rochester Medical Center, Office of the Vice President for Health Affairs

Introduction

By the late-1980s it had become apparent to the leadership of the University of Rochester that the administration of the Medical Center had become sufficiently complex to warrant the creation of an administrative position above the level of Dean of the School of Medicine. From the Medical Center’s inception in the 1920s, the Dean had overseen the administration of the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, and Strong Memorial Hospital, the University’s teaching hospital. The position of Vice President for Health Affairs was created to provide a higher level of administration for these three entities.

Robert J. Joynt, M.D.

In 1990, Robert J. Joynt, M.D. was appointed the first Vice President for Health Affairs. Joynt received his medical degree from the University of Iowa College of Medicine (1952), completed a neurology residency at the University Hospital in Iowa City, and was a member of the Neurology faculty at his alma mater from 1957. In 1966 Joynt was made the first chair of the Dept. of Neurology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry, a department that previously had been a division within the Dept. of Medicine. In 1985 Joynt was appointed Dean of the School of Medicine and Vice Provost for Health Affairs. Five years later he stepped into the newly created vice president’s position. (Please note: The material in this collection is distinct from the papers of Robert J. Joynt, M.D. among our faculty manuscript collections.)

Jay Stein, M.D.

After receiving his medical degree from the University of Tennessee (Memphis) in 1960, Stein trained in nephrology during residencies and assistantships in Oklahoma City, Iowa City and Dallas. In 1967 he was appointed to the faculty of the Ohio State University College of Medicine (Columbus). He became chief of the Division of Renal Diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center (Austin) in 1975, and chairman of the Dept. of Medicine in 1977. In 1992 Stein accepted the position of Senior Vice President and Provost at the Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. When Dr. Joynt retired, Stein was appointed Vice President and Vice Provost for Health Affairs (1995) and Medical Center and Strong Health Chief Executive Officer (1997). Dr. Stein resigned from these positions in 2003.

C. McCollister Evarts, M.D.

A 1957 graduate of the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry, Evarts completed an internship and surgical residency at Strong Memorial Hospital (1957-1959). After serving as a medical officer in the U.S. Navy, Evarts returned to Rochester in 1961 as an assistant in orthopaedic surgery (1961-62) and instructor and chief resident (1963-64). In 1964 he left Rochester to become assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, where he was made chairman of the Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery in 1970. Evarts returned once again to Rochester to chair the Dept. of Orthopaedics (1974), a position he held until his appointment as chief executive officer of the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center at Pennsylvania State University. Evarts came out of retirement in the summer of 2003 to succeed Jay Stein as Vice President and Provost for Health Affairs of the University of Rochester Medical Center.

When Evarts retired in 2006, he was succeeded by Bradford Berk, M.D. as the Medical Center’s chief executive officer. Berk in turn was succeeded in 2015 in by Mark Taubman, M.D. Neither Dr. Berk’s nor Dr. Taubman’s correspondence have yet been transferred to the Miner Library.

Organization of the Collection

The material in this collection consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, and other documentation maintained in the files of the Office of the Vice President for Health Affairs between 1990 and 2006. The material in this collection is arranged chronologically according to the tenures of the Medical Center’s first three chief executive officers:

The files of each CEO are maintained as distinct series. Within each subcollection, the files are arranged alphabetically under headings used in the vice-president’s office – headings that are consistent or nearly consistent in all three series. The alphabetical headings may designate the name of an organization (e.g., Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Industrial Management Council), an academic or administrative department (e.g., Orthopaedics, Office of Clinical Research & Development), or a concept (e.g., government relations, information technology, unions, etc.).

The minutes of the Medical Center Executive Committee (1989-2003) and the minutes of the Strong Health Management Team (1998-2003) are the exceptions to this rule, having been been added to Dr. Stein’s papers later than the other material (Second Series, Boxes 22-27). Even though the MCEC pre-existed Dr. Stein’s tenure as CEO, it was thought best not to divide these minutes between the first and second series.  

The files of the Office of the Vice President for Health Affairs were transferred to the Edward G. Miner Library from the CEO’s office in 2015. The collection was processed in the spring of 2017. The minutes of the Medical Center Executive Committee and the minutes of the Strong Health Management Team were received and processed later in May 2017. The Files of the Office of the Vice President for Health Affairs is contained in fifty-eight boxes occupying thirty linear feet.

Container List

FIRST SERIES: ROBERT J. JOYNT, M.D.

Photo of Dr. Joynt

Box One

  • Folder 1: A-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: Admissions
  • Folder 3: Admissions
  • Folder 4: Affiliation agreements
  • Folder 5: AIDS
  • Folder 6: Ambulatory care
  • Folder 7: Anesthesiology
  • Folder 8: Athletic facility
  • Folder 9: Athletic facility
  • Folder 10: B-Miscellaneous

Box Two

  • Folder 1: Biomedical research
  • Folder 2: Biomedical technology
  • Folder 3: Biophysics
  • Folder 4: Biopsychosocial medicine
  • Folder 5: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Folder 6: Bone marrow unit
  • Folder 7: C-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 8: Cardiology
  • Folder 9: Chairs & professorships
  • Folder 10: Chase Lincoln First Bank, Medical Center
  • Folder 11: Clinical associates program
  • Folder 12: D-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 13: Day care
  • Folder 14: Dental research
  • Folder 15: Dermatology
  • Folder 16: Development: alumni affairs
  • Folder 17: Development: corporate/foundation relations
  • Folder 18: Development: donors

Box Three

  • Folder 1: Development: donors A-B
  • Folder 2: Development: donors C-E
  • Folder 3: Development: donors F-G
  • Folder 4: Development: donors H-L
  • Folder 5: Development: donors M, P
  • Folder 6: Development: donors S-V
  • Folder 7: Development: donors W
  • Folder 8: Development: donors Y

Box Four

  • Folder 1: Development: donors Y-Z
  • Folder 2: Development: Fund for the 90s (Jan-Apr 1991)
  • Folder 3: Development: Fund for the 90s (Apr 1991-Dec 1993)
  • Folder 4: Development: Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Development: Public affairs
  • Folder 6: Development: Strong Children’s (Mar 1987-Jan 1990)
  • Folder 7: Development: Strong Children’s (Mar 1990-Sep 1992)

Box Five

  • Folder 1: Drug testing
  • Folder 2: E-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 3: Execution of Medical Center documents
  • Folder 4: Eastman Dental Center
  • Folder 5: Emergency medicine
  • Folder 6: Environmental Health & Safety
  • Folder 7: Evaluation of medical technology
  • Folder 8: Eye Institute
  • Folder 9: F-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 10: Facilities
  • Folder 11: Faculty & staff benefits
  • Folder 12: Faculty compensation plan
  • Folder 13: Faculty practice group
  • Folder 14: Finances, Medical Center
  • Folder 15: Finances, SMD
  • Folder 16: Finances, SON
  • Folder 17: Finances, SMH
  • Folder 18: Finances, UR

Box Six

  • Folder 1: Foundations: Kellogg
  • Folder 2: Foundations: Pew
  • Folder 3: Foundations: Robert Wood Johnson
  • Folder 4: Foundations: Wilmot
  • Folder 5: G-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 6: Genesee Hospital
  • Folder 7: Genetics
  • Folder 8: Geriatrics
  • Folder 9: Gifts
  • Folder 10: Goals University
  • Folder 11: Governance (1984-88)
  • Folder 12: Governance (Jan-Apr 1989)

Box Seven

  • Folder 1: Governance (May-Dec 1989)
  • Folder 2: Governance (1990-94)
  • Folder 3: H-Miscellaneous
  • Folder 4: Helen Wood Hall renovation
  • Folder 5: Highland Hospital
  • Folder 6: Honorary degrees
  • Folder 7: Hospital Association of New York State
  • Folder 8: Hospital policy committee (1992)
  • Folder 9: Hospital policy committee (Jan-May 1993)

Box Eight

  • Folder 1: Hospital policy committee (Jun-Nov 1993)
  • Folder 2: Hospital policy committee (1994)
  • Folder 3: Housekeeping
  • Folder 4: Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Folder 5: I Miscellaneous
  • Folder 6: Immigration
  • Folder 7: Indirect costs
  • Folder 8: Industrial-University interaction
  • Folder 9: Integrated delivery system (1993)
  • Folder 10: Integrated delivery system (1994)
  • Folder 11: Intellectual property agreement

Box Nine

  • Folder 1: Interim health committee
  • Folder 2: International medicine
  • Folder 3: Interinstitutional steering committee
  • Folder 4: Institutional services
  • Folder 5: Ithaca College
  • Folder 6: J Miscellaneous
  • Folder 7: Kodak
  • Folder 8: Konar Research Center
  • Folder 9: L Miscellaneous
  • Folder 10: Laser medicine
  • Folder 11: Leadership Rochester

Box Ten

  • Folder 1: Legal affairs (1990)
  • Folder 2: Legal affairs (1991)
  • Folder 3: Legal affairs (1992)
  • Folder 4: Legislation
  • Folder 5: Long-term care
  • Folder 6: Long-term health care advisory committee: Louis Slaughter
  • Folder 7: M Miscellaneous
  • Folder 8: Malpractice insurance
  • Folder 9: Marketing
  • Folder 10: Medical Center executive committee
  • Folder 11: Medical Center information technology committee

Box Eleven

  • Folder 1: Medical Center Media
  • Folder 2: Medical Center personnel advisory committee
  • Folder 3: Medical center space planning committee
  • Folder 4: Medical Center strategic plan
  • Folder 5: Medical Faculty Council meetings
  • Folder 6: Medical Humanities, Department of
  • Folder 7: Medical Informatics
  • Folder 8: Medicare/Medicaid
  • Folder 9: Medicine, Department of
  • Folder 10: Microbiology, Department of
  • Folder 11: Ministry
  • Folder 12: Minorities
  • Folder 13: Molecular biology research
  • Folder 14: Monroe Community Hospital (Jan-May 1991)
  • Folder 15: Monroe Community Hospital (Jul-Dec 1991)
  • Folder 16: Monroe Community Hospital (Jan 1992)

Box Twelve

  • Folder 1: Monroe Community Hospital (Feb-Dec 1992)
  • Folder 2: Monroe Community Hospital (1993)
  • Folder 3: Music and medicine
  • Folder 4: N Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: National Academy of Sciences
  • Folder 6: Neurobiology & Anatomy, Department of (1989-91)
  • Folder 7: Neurobiology & Anatomy, Department of (1992-93)
  • Folder 8: Neurology, Department of
  • Folder 9: Neuroscience programs
  • Folder 10: Neuroscience programs: Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Folder 11: New York Sate. Department of Health
  • Folder 12: Nursing, School of

Box Thirteen

  • Folder 1: Nursing, School of. Administrative Council
  • Folder 2: Nursing, School of. Space planning
  • Folder 3: Nursing homes
  • Folder 4: O Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Obstetrics & Gynecology, Department of
  • Folder 6: Obstetrics & Gynecology, Department of. Residency program (Apr-May 1992)
  • Folder 7: Obstetrics & Gynecology, Department of. Residency program (Jun-Sep 1992)
  • Folder 8: Occupational Medicine
  • Folder 9: Off-site practices
  • Folder 10: Office of Research & Project Administration (ORPA)
  • Folder 11: Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1993
  • Folder 12: Orthopaedics, Department of
  • Folder 13: P Miscellaneous
  • Folder 14: Park Ridge Hospital

Box Fourteen

  • Folder 1: Parking
  • Folder 2: Pathology, Department of
  • Folder 3: Personnel
  • Folder 4: Pharmacology, Department of
  • Folder 5: Physician assisted suicide task force (May 1992-Mar 1993)
  • Folder 6: Physician assisted suicide task force (Apr 1993-Jan 1994)
  • Folder 7: Planning & budgeting committee
  • Folder 8: Plutonium
  • Folder 9: Post office
  • Folder 10: Promotion & tenure
  • Folder 11: Psychiatry, Department of

Box Fifteen

  • Folder 1: Public Relations
  • Folder 2: Quinquennial reviews
  • Folder 3: R Miscellaneous
  • Folder 4: Radiology, Department of
  • Folder 5: Research Subjects Review Board (RSRB)
  • Folder 6: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (1988, 1990)
  • Folder 7: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (Jan-May 1991)
  • Folder 8: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (Jun-Dec 1991)
  • Folder 9: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (Jan-May 1992)
  • Folder 10: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (Jun-Dec 1992)
  • Folder 11: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (Jan-Mar 1993)

Box Sixteen

  • Folder 1: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation (Apr-Jul 1993)
  • Folder 2: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Administration committee (1991-93)
  • Folder 3: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Board of Directors (Jan-Jun 1991)
  • Folder 4: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Board of Directors (Jul-Dec 1991)
  • Folder 5: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Board of Directors (Jan-Mar 1992)
  • Folder 6: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Board of Directors (Jul-Aug 1992)
  • Folder 7: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Board of Directors (Oct 1992-May 1993)

Box Seventeen

  • Folder 1: Rochester Area Hospitals Corporation. Industrial Management Council Health care vision strategy
  • Folder 2: Rochester College
  • Folder 3: Rochester Community Individual Practice Association
  • Folder 4: Rochester General Hospital
  • Folder 5: Rochester Health Commission
  • Folder 6: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Folder 7: Rochester Psychiatric Center
  • Folder 8: St. Mary’s Hospital
  • Folder 9: Security (Feb 1989-Jan 1990)
  • Folder 10: Security (Feb 1990-May 1994)
  • Folder 11: Sexual harassment
  • Folder 12: Signage
  • Folder 13: Smoking policy (1987)
  • Folder 14: Smoking policy (1988-93)
  • Folder 15: Space planning
  • Folder 16: Surgery, Department of
  • Folder 17: T Miscellaneous

Box Eighteen

  • Folder 1: Tuition transfers
  • Folder 2: Unified campus master plan
  • Folder 3: Unions
  • Folder 4: University charter & by-laws
  • Folder 5: University committee on animal resources
  • Folder 6: University master plan advisory group (1987, 1990)
  • Folder 7: University master plan advisory group (1992)
  • Folder 8: University planning and building council
  • Folder 9: University President
  • Folder 10: University Provost
  • Folder 11: UR 2000
  • Folder 12: U.S. News & World Report survey
  • Folder 13: V Miscellaneous

Box Nineteen

  • Folder 1: Veterans Administration
  • Folder 2: Vivarium
  • Folder 3: Waste Management
  • Folder 4: Women’s issues
  • Folder 5: Wurzburg medical student exchange program
  • Folder 6: Y Miscellaneous

 

SECOND SERIES: JAY STEIN, M.D.

Photo of Jay Stein

Box One

  • Folder 1: A Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: ACM Clinical Laboratories
  • Folder 3: Aetna
  • Folder 4: Aetna
  • Folder 5: Affiliation models
  • Folder 6: Anesthesiology, Department of
  • Folder 7: Anti-trust
  • Folder 8: Appointment as Vice-President for Health Affairs
  • Folder 9: Associated Medical Schools of New York
  • Folder 10: Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC)
  • Folder 11: Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
  • Folder 12: Athletic Facility
  • Folder 13: B Miscellaneous
  • Folder 14: Biochemistry, Department of
  • Folder 15: Biomedical Engineering, Department of

Box Two

  • Folder 1: Biomedical research
  • Folder 2: Biomedical research
  • Folder 3: Biomedical research. Ad hoc committee
  • Folder 4: Biomedical sciences. Rochester Institute of Biomedical Sciences
  • Folder 5: Biomedical technology
  • Folder 6: Biophysics, Department of
  • Folder 7: Bioterrorism
  • Folder 8: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Folder 9: Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Folder 10: Bone Marrow Unit
  • Folder 11: C Miscellaneous
  • Folder 12: Campaign for Discovery
  • Folder 13: Cardiology, Department of
  • Folder 14: Center for Future Health
  • Folder 15: Center for Oral Biology

Box Three

  • Folder 1: CHPS Consulting. Miller report
  • Folder 2: CHPS Consulting. Miller report
  • Folder 3: CHPS Consulting. Miller report
  • Folder 4: Commencements
  • Folder 5: Community & Preventive Medicine, Department of
  • Folder 6: Compliance
  • Folder 7: Convergence 2001
  • Folder 8: Corning Hospital
  • Folder 9: Counsel, Office of
  • Folder 10: Cox-2 inhibitor
  • Folder 11: Day care
  • Folder 12: Democrat & Chronicle
  • Folder 13: Dermatology, Department of
  • Folder 14: Development. Alumni Affairs
  • Folder 15: Development. Children’s Hospital
  • Folder 16: Development. Donors A-C
  • Folder 17: Development. Donors D-R

Box Four

  • Folder 1: Development. Donors S-Z
  • Folder 2: Development. Marts & Lundy
  • Folder 3: E Miscellaneous
  • Folder 4: Eastman Dental Center
  • Folder 5: Eastman Dental Center
  • Folder 6: Eastman Kodak Co.
  • Folder 7: Eastman School of Music
  • Folder 8: Edward G. Miner Library
  • Folder 9: Emergency Department
  • Folder 10: Engel, George Libman
  • Folder 11: Environmental Health & Safety
  • Folder 12: Environmental Medicine, Department of
  • Folder 13: Eye Institute

Box Five

  • Folder 1: F Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: Faculty appointments
  • Folder 3: G Miscellaneous
  • Folder 4: Geriatrics
  • Folder 5: Government relations
  • Folder 6: Graduate medical education
  • Folder 7: Genetics, Division of
  • Folder 8: Greater Rochester Enterprise
  • Folder 9: Greater Rochester Enterprise
  • Folder 10: Greece project. Anchor Health Properties
  • Folder 11: Guthrie Health
  • Folder 12: Healthcare Association of New York State

Box Six

  • Folder 1: Highland Hospital affiliation
  • Folder 2: The Highlands at Pittsford
  • Folder 3: Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Folder 4: Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Folder 5: Human Resources
  • Folder 6: I Miscellaneous
  • Folder 7: Immigration
  • Folder 8: Industrial Management Council (Jul-Aug 1997)
  • Folder 9: Industrial Management Council (Sep 1997)

Box Six-A

  • Folder 1: Industrial Management Council (Oct 1997-Nov 2002)
  • Folder 2: Information technology
  • Folder 3: J Miscellaneous
  • Folder 4: Jackson, Thomas H., UR President

Box Seven

  • Folder 1: Jordan Health Center
  • Folder 2: K Miscellaneous
  • Folder 3: Kornberg Research Building
  • Folder 4: Laboratory for Laser Energetics
  • Folder 5: L Miscellaneous
  • Folder 6: Legislation (1996-97)
  • Folder 7: Legislation (1999)
  • Folder 8: Legislation (2000)
  • Folder 9: Legislation (2001)
  • Folder 10: Legislation (2002)
  • Folder 11: Legislation (2003)
  • Folder 12: Liaison Committee on Medical Education

Box Eight

  • Folder 1: M Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: Maccoby Group
  • Folder 3: Managed care strategy
  • Folder 4: Managed care strategy
  • Folder 5: Medical Center Executive Committee
  • Folder 6: Medical Faculty Council
  • Folder 7: Medicare/Medicaid
  • Folder 8: Medicine, Department of
  • Folder 9: Mercer Consulting
  • Folder 10: Minorities

Box Nine

  • Folder 1: Monroe Community Hospital
  • Folder 2: Monroe County Health Department
  • Folder 3: N Miscellaneous
  • Folder 4: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Folder 5: Nephrology
  • Folder 6: Neurology, Department of
  • Folder 7: Neurology, Department of. Alzheimer’s Disease Center
  • Folder 8: Neurosurgery, Department of
  • Folder 9: New York State Council on Graduate Medical Education
  • Folder 10: New York State Council on Graduate Medical Education
  • Folder 11: New York State. Department of Health

Box Ten

  • Folder 1: Nursing (1998)
  • Folder 2: Nursing (1999)
  • Folder 3: Nursing (2000-01)
  • Folder 4: Nursing (2002-03)
  • Folder 5: Obstetrics & Gynecology, Department of
  • Folder 6: Office for Protection from Research Risks (OPRR)
  • Folder 7: Office of Clinical Research and Development (OCRAD)

Box Eleven

  • Folder 1: Office of Clinical Research and Development (OCRAD)
  • Folder 2: Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA)
  • Folder 3: Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA). Technology transfer (1997-98)
  • Folder 4: Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA). Technology transfer (1999)
  • Folder 5: Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA). Technology transfer (2000)
  • Folder 6: Office of Research and Project Administration (ORPA). Technology transfer (2001-02)
  • Folder 7: Oishei Foundation
  • Folder 8: Oishei Foundation

Box Twelve

  • Folder 1: Olsan Medical Group
  • Folder 2: Orthopaedics, Department of
  • Folder 3: Orthopaedics, Department of
  • Folder 4: P Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Park Ridge Hospital
  • Folder 6: Pathology, Department of
  • Folder 7: Patient relations
  • Folder 8: Pediatrics, Department of
  • Folder 9: Pediatrics, Department of

Box Thirteen

  • Folder 1: Pediatrics, Department of. David H. Smith Center for Vaccine Biology (1997)
  • Folder 2: Pediatrics, Department of. David H. Smith Center for Vaccine Biology (1998-2001)
  • Folder 3: Pharmacology and Physiology, Department of
  • Folder 4: Phelps, Charles E.
  • Folder 5: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Folder 6: Planning and Budgeting Committee
  • Folder 7: Plutonium
  • Folder 8: Plutonium
  • Folder 9: Preferred Care
  • Folder 10: Preferred Care
  • Folder 11: President’s Planning Group (1995)

Box Fourteen

  • Folder 1: President’s Planning Group (1996)
  • Folder 2: President’s Planning Group (1997-98)
  • Folder 3: President’s Planning Group (1999-2000)
  • Folder 4: Primary Care Committee
  • Folder 5: Project Believe
  • Folder 6: Psychiatry, Department of (1994-96)
  • Folder 7: Psychiatry, department of (1997-2002)
  • Folder 8: R Miscellaneous
  • Folder 9: Radiology, Department of
  • Folder 10: Re-Engineering Rochester
  • Folder 11: Renaissance Plan

Box Fifteen

  • Folder 1: Research Convocation
  • Folder 2: Research Subjects Review Boards (RSRB)
  • Folder 3: Research Subjects Review Boards (RSRB)
  • Folder 4: Residency education
  • Folder 5: Rochester Business Alliance
  • Folder 6: Rochester business journal
  • Folder 7: Rochester Community Individual Practice Association
  • Folder 8: Rochester Community Individual Practice Association
  • Folder 9: Rochester General Hospital

Box Sixteen

  • Folder 1: Rochester Health Commission (1995-97)
  • Folder 2: Rochester Health Commission (1998-99)
  • Folder 3: Rochester Health Commission (2000-02)
  • Folder 4: Rochester Healthcare Information Group
  • Folder 5: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Folder 6: Rochester Regional Healthcare Association
  • Folder 7: Rochester Technology Park
  • Folder 8: Rochester Technology Transfer Corporation
  • Folder 9: Russian visitors
  • Folder 10: S Miscellaneous
  • Folder 11: Saloman Smith Barney
  • Folder 12: Saloman Smith Barney
  • Folder 13: Seventy-Fifth Anniversary

Box Seventeen

  • Folder 1: Slaughter, Louise M.
  • Folder 2: Strategic Plan
  • Folder 3: Strategic Plan
  • Folder 4: Strategic Plan
  • Folder 5: Strong Care
  • Folder 6: Strong Care
  • Folder 7: Strong Children’s Research Center
  • Folder 8: Strong Health
  • Folder 9: Strong Health

Box Eighteen

  • Folder 1: Strong Memorial Hospital finances
  • Folder 2: Strong Memorial Hospital management information system
  • Folder 3: Strong Partners Health System
  • Folder 4: Strong Partners Health System
  • Folder 5: Surgery, Department of (Jan-May 1999)
  • Folder 6: Surgery, Department of (Jun 1999)
  • Folder 7: Surgery, Department of (Sep-Dec 1999)
  • Folder 8: Surgery, Department of (2000)
  • Folder 9: Surgery, Department of (2001-02)
  • Folder 10: T Miscellaneous
  • Folder 11: Take our children to work day

Box Nineteen

  • Folder 1: Telemedicine
  • Folder 2: U Miscellaneous
  • Folder 3: Unions
  • Folder 4: Unity Health System
  • Folder 5: University Committee on Animal Resources
  • Folder 6: University Committee on Animal Resources
  • Folder 7: University Committee on Animal Resources
  • Folder 8: University Committee on Animal Resources
  • Folder 9: University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group
  • Folder 10: University of Rochester Faculty Practice Group

Box Twenty

  • Folder 1: University of Rochester Medical Center capital plan
  • Folder 2: Urology, Department of
  • Folder 3: U.S. News & World Report survey
  • Folder 4: V Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Vaccine Biology & Immunology Center
  • Folder 6: Vaccinex
  • Folder 7: Venture Capital
  • Folder 8: Venture Capital
  • Folder 9: Venture Capital
  • Folder 10: Venture Capital

Box Twenty-One

  • Folder 1: Veterans Administration
  • Folder 2: Via Health
  • Folder 3: Via Health
  • Folder 4: VirtualScopics
  • Folder 5: Visiting Nurse Service
  • Folder 6: Vivarium
  • Folder 7: W Miscellaneous
  • Folder 8: Washington lobbyists
  • Folder 9: Westfall Health Center
  • Folder 10: Wyeth Lederle
  • Folder 11: X-Z Miscellaneous

Box Twenty-Two

  • Folder 1: Medical Center Executive Committee (Nov-Dec 1989)
  • Folder 2: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Jun 1990)
  • Folder 3: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jul-Dec 1990)
  • Folder 4: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Jun 1991)
  • Folder 5: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jul-Dec 1991)
  • Folder 6: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Jun 1992)
  • Folder 7: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jul-Dec 1992)
  • Folder 8: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Mar 1993)
  • Folder 9: Medical Center Executive Committee (Apr-Dec 1993)
  • Folder 10: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Dec 1994)
  • Folder 11: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-May 1995)
  • Folder 12: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jun-Dec 1995)

Box Twenty-Three

  • Folder 1: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Apr 1998)
  • Folder 2: Medical Center Executive Committee (May-Jun 1998)
  • Folder 3: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jul-Aug 1998)
  • Folder 4: Medical Center Executive Committee (Sep-Oct 1998)
  • Folder 5: Medical Center Executive Committee (Nov-Dec 1998)
  • Folder 6: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Mar 1999)
  • Folder 7: Medical Center Executive Committee (Apr-May 1999)
  • Folder 8: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jun-Sep 1999)
  • Folder 9: Medical Center Executive Committee (Oct-Dec 1999)

Box Twenty-Four

  • Folder 1: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-May 2000)
  • Folder 2: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jun-Sep 2000)
  • Folder 3: Medical Center Executive Committee (Oct-Dec 2000)
  • Folder 4: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-May 2001)
  • Folder 5: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jun 2001)
  • Folder 6: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jul-Dec 2001)
  • Folder 7: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-Jun 2002)
  • Folder 8: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jul-Oct 2002)
  • Folder 9: Medical Center Executive Committee (Nov-Dec 2002)
  • Folder 10: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jan-May 2003)
  • Folder 11: Medical Center Executive Committee (Jun-Dec 2003)

Box Twenty Five

  • Folder 1: Strong Health Management Team (Jan-May 1998)
  • Folder 2: Strong Health Management Team (Jun-Sep 1998)
  • Folder 3: Strong Health Management Team (Oct-Dec 1998)
  • Folder 4: Strong Health Management Team (Jan-Mar 1999)
  • Folder 5: Strong Health Management Team (Apr-May 1999)
  • Folder 6: Strong Health Management Team (Jun 1999)
  • Folder 7: Strong Health Management Team (Jul-Aug 1999)

Box Twenty-Six

  • Folder 1: Strong Health Management Team (Sep-Oct 1999)
  • Folder 2: Strong Health Management Team (Nov-Dec 1999)
  • Folder 3: Strong Health Management Team (Jan-Mar 2000)
  • Folder 4: Strong Health Management Team (Apr-Jun 2000)
  • Folder 5: Strong Health Management Team (Jul-Aug 2000)
  • Folder 6: Strong Health Management Team (Sep-Dec 2000)

Box Twenty-Seven

  • Folder 1: Strong Health Management Team (Jan-Apr 2001)
  • Folder 2: Strong Health Management Team (May-Aug 2001)
  • Folder 3: Strong Health Management Team (Sep-Dec 2001)
  • Folder 4: Strong Health Management Team (Jan-May 2002)
  • Folder 5: Strong Health Management Team (Jun-Jul 2002)
  • Folder 6: Strong Health Management Team (Aug-Dec 2002)
  • Folder 7: Strong Health Management Team (Jan-Sep 2003)

 

THIRD SERIES: C. McCOLLISTER EVARTS, M.D.

Photo of Dr. Evarts

Box One

  • Folder 1: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (2003)
  • Folder 2: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (Feb-Jul 2004)
  • Folder 3: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (Oct 2004)
  • Folder 4: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (Nov 2004)
  • Folder 5: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (Jan-Mar 2005)
  • Folder 6: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (Apr-Dec 2005)
  • Folder 7: Academic Health Center Consortium. Biodefense/Bioterrorism (2006)
  • Folder 8: Aetna
  • Folder 9: AMDeC
  • Folder 10: American Heart Association
  • Folder 11: Anesthesiology, Department of

Box Two

  • Folder 1: Association of Academic Health Centers
  • Folder 2: Bausch & Lomb
  • Folder 3: Biostatistics & Computational Biology
  • Folder 4: C Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Center for Biosecurity. Hospital preparedness for pandemic influenza meeting (Baltimore : Mar 2006)
  • Folder 6: Center for Biosecurity. Hospital preparedness for pandemic influenza meeting (Baltimore : Mar 2006)
  • Folder 7: Center for Musculoskeletal Research
  • Folder 8: Center for Oral Biology
  • Folder 9: Clinical research
  • Folder 10: Clinical systems
  • Folder 11: Clinical trials
  • Folder 12: Clinton Crossings
  • Folder 13: Commencement
  • Folder 14: Community & Preventive Medicine, department of
  • Folder 15: Consultants
  • Folder 16: Cox-2

Box Three

  • Folder 1: D Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: Democrat & Chronicle
  • Folder 3: Dental Medicine, School of (proposed)
  • Folder 4: Development
  • Folder 5: Eastman Dental Center (Sep 2003-Jun 2004)
  • Folder 6: Eastman Dental Center (Oct 2004-Sep 2005)
  • Folder 7: Excellus Blue Cross/Blue Shield (2003)
  • Folder 8: Excellus Blue Cross/Blue Shield (2004-2006)
  • Folder 9: Friends of the URMC
  • Folder 10: G Miscellaneous
  • Folder 11: Government relations
  • Folder 12: Greece project
  • Folder 13: Guthrie Health (2003)
  • Folder 14: Guthrie Health (Jan-Jun 2004)

Box Four

  • Folder 1: Guthrie Health (Jun-Nov 2004)
  • Folder 2: Guthrie Health (2005)
  • Folder 3: Guthrie Health (2006)
  • Folder 4: H-I Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Highland Hospital
  • Folder 6: Ithaca College
  • Folder 7: Johnson & Johnson
  • Folder 8: Jordan Health Center
  • Folder 9: Kodak
  • Folder 10: Legislation
  • Folder 11: Medical Faculty Council
  • Folder 12: Medicare/Medicaid

Box Five

  • Folder 1: Medicine, Department of
  • Folder 2: Medicine, Department of
  • Folder 3: Minorities
  • Folder 4: Monroe Community Hospital
  • Folder 5: Monroe County (N.Y.). Department of Health
  • Folder 6: Monroe County Medical Society
  • Folder 7: Neurology, Department of
  • Folder 8: Neurosurgery, Department of
  • Folder 9: New York State. Department of Health
  • Folder 10: Nursing, School of
  • Folder 11: Office of Corporate Alliances
  • Folder 12: One Voice committee
  • Folder 13: Ophthalmology, Department of
  • Folder 14: Oral & maxillofacial Surgery Program

Box Six

  • Folder 1: Orthopaedics, Department of
  • Folder 2: Orthopaedics, Department of
  • Folder 3: Otolaryngology, Department of
  • Folder 4: P Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Pathology, Department of
  • Folder 6: Patient relations
  • Folder 7: Pediatrics, Department of
  • Folder 8: Pediatrics, Department of
  • Folder 9: PeriOptimum
  • Folder 10: Physical Medical & Rehabilitation
  • Folder 11: Physician workforce studies

Box Seven

  • Folder 1: Physicians at Teaching Hospitals Initiative
  • Folder 2: Physicians at Teaching Hospitals Initiative
  • Folder 3: Pike Company
  • Folder 4: Preferred Care
  • Folder 5: Primary care strategic plan (May-Jul 2003)
  • Folder 6: Primary care strategic plan (Aug 2003-Dec 2005)
  • Folder 7: Project Believe
  • Folder 8: Psychiatry, Department of
  • Folder 9: Psychiatry, Department of

Box Eight

  • Folder 1: R Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: Radiology, Department of
  • Folder 3: Residency education
  • Folder 4: Rivas trust
  • Folder 5: Rochester Business Alliance
  • Folder 6: Rochester Business Journal
  • Folder 7: Rochester Community Individual Practice Association
  • Folder 8: Rochester Gas & Electric
  • Folder 9: Rochester General Hospital
  • Folder 10: Rochester Health Commission
  • Folder 11: Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Folder 12: S Miscellaneous
  • Folder 13: Saudi Arabia
  • Folder 14: Senior associate deans

Box Nine

  • Folder 1: Simon School of Business
  • Folder 2: Smoking policy
  • Folder 3: Strong Memorial Hospital
  • Folder 4: Strategic plan (2003)
  • Folder 5: Strategic plan (Jul-Nov 2005)
  • Folder 6: Strategic plan (17 Nov 2005)
  • Folder 7: Strategic plan (Feb-Mar 2006)
  • Folder 8: Strong Partners Health System
  • Folder 9: Surgery, Department of

Box Ten

  • Folder 1: T Miscellaneous
  • Folder 2: Technology transfer
  • Folder 3: Unions
  • Folder 4: United Network for Organ Sharing
  • Folder 5: Unity Health System
  • Folder 6: University Committee on Animal Resources (2003-2004)
  • Folder 7: University Committee on Aniaml Resources (2005-2006)
  • Folder 8: University of Rochester. Board of Trustees Committee on Facilities
  • Folder 9: University of Rochester. President’s Office. Cabinet meetings
  • Folder 10: University of Rochester. President’s Office. Senior leadership group
  • Folder 11: University of Rochester. President’s Office. University management team
  • Folder 12: University of Rochester. President’s Office. Miscellanea

Box Eleven

  • Folder 1: University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group (2004)
  • Folder 2: University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group (2005-2006)
  • Folder 3: Upstate Coalition for Biomedical Research – UNYCOR  (2003)
  • Folder 4: Upstate Coalition for Biomedical Research – UNYCOR  (2004)
  • Folder 5: Upstate Coalition for Biomedical Research – UNYCOR  (2005)
  • Folder 6: Urology, Department of
  • Folder 7: U.S. News & World Report
  • Folder 8: Vascular Surgery, Division of
  • Folder 9: Veterans Administration
  • Folder 10: Via Health
  • Folder 11: Via Health

Box Twelve

  • Folder 1: VirtualScopics
  • Folder 2: Visiting Nurse Service
  • Folder 3: Visiting Nurse Service
  • Folder 4: W Miscellaneous
  • Folder 5: Wage & salary guidelines
  • Folder 6: Website (May 2004-Feb 2005)
  • Folder 7: Website (Mar-Apr 2005)
  • Folder 8: Website (Sep-Nov 2005)
  • Folder 9: Website (2006)
  • Folder 10: Wegman family
  • Folder 11: Zaffaroni, Alejandro