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May 13 COVID-19 Vaccine Update

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents, ages 12 to 15. The CDC and NYS both support vaccinating this age group. Learn why the pediatric vaccine is safe and effective.

There are three ways to reach us:

To Cancel an appointment or ask a question, call (585) 758-0008 Monday through Friday. You can also cancel in MyChart.

For information about pediatric offices offering the vaccine, visit Golisano Children's Hospital's Coronavirus Information for Families page.

Welcome from the Division Chief

Marc N. Berliant, MDWhether you are a current valued patient, or you are looking for a primary care practice, a great place to work or do your clinical education/training, or a great cause to donate to, I would like to welcome you to the General Medicine Division at URMC.

The Division has a rich history in academic general medicine dating to its inception in the early 1970s when its fellowship program was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. We have always strived to be a model of excellence in high quality clinical care and ambulatory medical education, as well as a laboratory for scholarship in these areas.

I hope that our website is helpful to you. In the event that you have unanswered questions after browsing it, I urge you to contact us.

Marc N. Berliant, MD
Raymond J. Mayewski Professorship in Medicine
Vice Chair for Clinical Programs
Chief, Division of General Medicine
Director, Internal Medicine Faculty-Resident Practice