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|Debra Farenga, NP, is a 1995 graduate of Syracuse University with a Masters of Science as a Nurse Practitioner in Adult Health and continued a post-masters in Family NP. She has an extensive background in critical care nursing and education prior to advanced practice. Before joining the University Gastroenterology practice, Debra has practiced in both primary care and internal medicine, hematology/oncology, and most recently in Emergency Medicine. She is board certified by the ANCC in Adult Health and is a member of the Nurse Practitioner Association of NYS.|
|Elizabeth Dillon, RN, has worked as an RN for the Endoscopic Division of University Hospital for the past 15 years. During this time she functioned as a Endoscopy staff nurse and clinical manager. She is currently working as Endoscopy Clinical Manager.|
|Shioban Reilley, RN worked as a RN for the Gastroenterology Division at University Hospital for 6 years. Shioban graduated from Onondaga Community College in 2000 and worked as an ICU/ER nurse. Shioban is currently working as a Nurse Administrator for University Gastroenterology at the Philip G. Holtzapple Endoscopy Center, newly certified in August 2012 as an Ambulatory Surgery Center.|
|Kathleen Hill, RN is a graduate of Crouse Hospital School of Nursing. Kathleen worked in geriatrics for over 23 years, most recently as an Assistant Director of Nursing. She is currently the Nurse Administrator at University Gastroenterology Outpatient Practice. She is dedicated to providing the best quality service to all of the patients we see.|