University Internists—550 Harrison Street
Location: 550 Harrison Street, Suite 200, Syracuse, NY 13202
Map & Directions: Google Maps
Phone: 315 464-6527
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am–5:00 pm, Monday–Friday
Lisa Kohr has worked with University Internists for the past 12 years. Prior to moving to the Syracuse area, she worked in Nursing Administration for Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ and as a Purchasing Agent for CBS, Inc. in New York City.
Lisa is an active member of the MSG Compliance Leaders Group, and the Access Strategies Task Force for Upstate's Engaging Excellence Clinical Enterprise Team. She has been a member of the Department of Medicine's Policy Committee, Upstate's HIV Confidentiality Staff Education Committee, and acted as the Administrative Coordinator for University Hospital's Palliative Care Service.
University Internists History
University Internists at 550 Harrison St. was opened in the spring of 1986 with one physician, one RN and one support staff. By the fall of 1986 it had quickly grown to three physicians and five exam rooms. Today, we have seven physicians, one nurse practitioner and 14 exam rooms. We are supported by a practice manager, a nursing staff of seven, and a clerical staff of seven. We are a teaching site for residents and medical students.
Our scope of practice includes patients from 16 years of age through geriatrics. Some of our current patients have been with us since our doors opened. In addition to providing primary care, our physicians have additional training in osteoporosis, diabetes, coronary artery disease, COPD, hypertension, obesity, women's health and palliative care. We are currently taking new patients. To make an appointment, please contact us at 315 464-6527.
A physician is available by phone 24 hours a day and is reached through our office number, 315 464-6527. When patients call after hours, their call will be transferred to the answering service who will relay the message to the on-call physician. The on-call physician will respond to the call as soon as possible.
Life-threatening emergencies: Patients should call 911 for an ambulance to transport them to the nearest hospital or emergency department.
Parking is available in the adjacent lot for a nominal fee.