The Levy Letter Celebrates One Year Anniversary
On November 19, 2021, the first edition of the Levy Letter hit the inboxes of department of Medicine faculty and APPs. It was born from the passion of chair of Medicine, Ruth O’Regan, M.D., who wanted a way to celebrate achievements, share good news, and foster collaboration between divisions. The DOM is the largest academic and clinical department here at URMC, and the Levy Letter is a way to connect all of us!
Named in honor of Paul Levy, M.D., who acted as a transformational chair of Medicine for a decade, there have been 25 editions of the newsletter. Our audience has expanded from 800 to over 1,400 by including residents, fellows, professor emeriti, and those with joint appointments. Open rates of the newsletter have consistently been between 65 to 85 percent, a real testament to how valued this letter is.
Here are the top five stories from the past year that you most liked!
- Paul Levy: A Man so Great We Named our Newsletter After Him
- Department Creates New Leadership Role: Advanced Practice Provider Manager
- Announcing the 2022 Research and Education Pilot Award Winners
- Seven DOM Faculty Named with Endowed Professorships
- Marc Berliant: From Practice, to Professor, to Peru
Share Your News
If you want your accomplishment shared in the Levy Letter, tell us about it! Whether you publish research or an article, you earn a grant or award, you’ve been appointed to a committee, whatever your good news, toot your own horn and send an email to DOMnews@URMC.Rochester.edu to be included.
We particularly love Off the Clock submissions. Get to know your colleagues by sharing your life outside of work. Are you a sports fan? Are you a member of a club? Do you have adorable pets? This section is a great way to show off your unique personalities!
Tell Us How We're Doing
This newsletter is for you. We want to ensure that you’re getting the most out of receiving the Levy Letter. We welcome your feedback. Email the DOMnews inbox with your thoughts on:
- What do you enjoy reading the most?
- What is most valuable to you?
- What are we missing?
- How do you feel about the length of the newsletter?
- Do you like the frequency? (Every two weeks)
- Any other thoughts?
Visit the department of Medicine news site for all previous editions.