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Upstate partners with Mercy Flight Central to deliver in-flight care to critically ill or injured kids

The Upstate Foundation is proud to have provided financial support to the flight team, including purchase of appropriate in-flight suits, uniforms and equipment. 

The Upstate Pediatric Critical Care Transport Team and Mercy Flight Central are partnering to transport young patients from all over the region to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, while delivering specialized pediatric care in transit. 

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Upstate introduces new technology in the fight against liver cancer

Eileen Pezzi, vice president for development at Upstate, noted, “The Upstate Foundation is proud to fund this state-of-the-art equipment that offers better treatment options for many of our patients.” Microwave ablation is an option for cancers in organs that contain a high percentage of water, such as the liver and kidneys. It can also be used on bone lesions.

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Nappi gift to address growing brain health issues 

At a time when our region is confronting growing medical challenges facing an aging population, a $8-million dollar gift from Sam and Carol Nappi of Jamesville to the Upstate Foundation will support the creation of an eight-floor, 360,000 square foot health and wellness complex at Upstate Medical University.

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Upstate Foundation welcomes Laura Hamilton 

The Upstate Foundation appoints Laura Hamilton as the new director of legacy giving. She is replacing John Gleason who has retired. Laura Hamilton is an experienced professional with over 25 years of fundraising experience both here and in the United Kingdom. Hamilton served as divisional director for capital campaigns for The Salvation Army’s Empire Division, as well as director of development for other regional not-for-profits. 

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