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Upstate Health Professions Alumni Association!

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Tony_KurecDear Alumni,

Welcome to the Upstate Medical University College of Health Professions Alumni Association! 

As a graduate, you are automatically a member of the alumni association, joining an accomplished group of more than 4,300 members living and working in 49 states across the country.

Since its inception in 1992, the Health Professions Alumni Association has awarded more than 460 scholarships.  The association also provides support for faculty enrichment, continuing education, and other needs of College students, faculty and alumni.  You may remember receiving your first white coat as a gift from the alumni association.

Most importantly, please stay in touch.  It’s quick and easy to update your contact information or to share your news and accomplishments. Simply contact us through the secure online community on this site, e-mail us at chpalum@upstate.edu or call 315-464-4416.

Best wishes to each of you as you progress throughout your career.  I hope to be reading about your accomplishments in future issues of alumni news!

Best Regards, 

Anthony Kurec, MS ’86, H(ASCP)DLM
President, CHP Alumni Association

To read the most current news, click here or select News and Stories from the menu on the left. 

To all Physician Assistant alumni

Be a part of history!
As the first decade of alumni from Upstate’s PA program, you have a unique opportunity to create a permanent source of funds to enhance the program that has given you so much. Click here to learn more and help create the PA Educational Enrichment Endowment.

To all Respiratory Therapy alumni

Honor two outstanding alumni!
Naming of the Stephen P. Mikles and Joseph G. Sorbello Room will honor Sorbello’s dedicated service to Upstate’s Respiratory Therapy program, as well as the contributions as a national leader in the profession by his fellow 1970s alumnus Steve Mikles. Proceeds will support the Respiratory Therapy Education program, primarily with equipment needs.