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'Wash-Glove-Wash,' Repeat: Campaign Extended to Promote Hand Hygiene

'Wash-Glove-Wash,' Repeat: Campaign Extended to Promote Hand Hygiene

In 2016, we gloved up to take down healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) at SMH.
This year, we’re back for round two.

Imaging Teams Begin Shifting Outpatient Care to New Building

Imaging Teams Begin Shifting Outpatient Care to New Building

Imaging services is offering outpatient ultrasound scanning at UR Medicine’s new East River Road building beginning Feb. 7. Imaging is gradually relocating all adult outpatient services there and Golisano Children’s Hospital will open its Neuromedicine and Behavioral Health center, including the Levine Autism Clinic, on the third floor in April.

Strong Memorial, Golisano Children’s Hospital Recognized for Organ-Failure Care Program

Strong Memorial, Golisano Children’s Hospital Recognized for Organ-Failure Care Program

UR Medicine’s Strong Memorial Hospital and Golisano Children’s Hospital have earned the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization’s Center of Excellence award for the high quality of life-saving support they provide to patients experiencing organ failure.

UR Medicine Honored for Stroke Care

UR Medicine Honored for Stroke Care

UR Medicine’s Strong Memorial Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s (AHA/ASA) highest award for stroke care, including a new designation that recognizes excellence in rapid care that can save lives and improve the quality of life of stroke victims.

Strong Memorial Hospital Specialties Among U.S. News and World Report’s ‘Nation’s Best'

Strong Memorial Hospital Specialties Among U.S. News and World Report’s ‘Nation’s Best'

Four adult specialties at UR Medicine’s Strong Memorial Hospital have captured a spot in the Top 50 programs in the nation for treating complex conditions, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-16 ranking of America’s Best Hospitals. The rankings consider data on nearly 5,000 eligible hospitals, only 137 of which had one program or more that made it to the national list.

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