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Two breast surgeons join Upstate’s Community Campus
Mary Ellen Greco, M.D., and Kristine Keeney, M.D., have been named to the medical staff of Upstate University Hospital’s Community Campus. They will see patients in their new breast surgery office located in the Physician Office Building South on the Community campus, 4900 Broad Road, Syracuse.
While both Greco and Keeney are new to the Upstate family, each is a board-certified, fellowship-trained physician and have been well established in the Syracuse community for more than a decade. They will work to treat a wide range of breast conditions from cancer, to genetic testing, to lactation issues.
Greco is a graduate of LeMoyne College. She received her medical degree from Upstate Medical University, where she also completed a residency in general surgery. She completed a fellowship in trauma and surgical critical care at the University of Maryland Medical System/R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Md. Greco is a diplomate of the American Board of Surgery.
Keeney is a graduate of Boston University. She received her medical degree from Upstate Medical University. At Upstate, she also completed a residency in general surgery, serving as chief resident of general surgery. She was a Susan G. Komen fellow of breast surgical oncology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Ill. She is board certified by the American Board of Surgery.
“Women’s breast health has always been a pillar of the care we provide at the Community Campus,” said Meredith Price, chief administrative officer of Upstate University Hospital’s Community Campus. “The addition of these two highly-trained breast surgeons makes our complement of breast care that much more comprehensive and easily accessible for patients.”
Greco and Keeney are accepting new patients, and can be contacted by calling 315-492-5660.
Caption: Mary Ellen Greco, MD, left, and Kristine Keeney, MD, two well-known Central New York breast surgeons, have joined Upstate’s Community Campus.
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