Director of Radiology
Community's Radiology Department cares for patients from both inpatient and outpatient services. Patients seen in our department are provided physical, mental, and emotional support while undergoing tests and treatments.
Our nurses develop and manage a care plan to help patients and their families understand procedures and diagnoses. Radiology nurses perform examinations and carry out preventative health measures within the prescribed guidelines and instructions of the radiologist. Our nurses collaborate with the physicians to discuss the findings and treatment modalities for the patient based on the Innovative Care model.
Wound Care Center
Manager of the Wound Care Center
Myra Reeves RN, MS, CWOCN
Wound Care Center Nurse Educator
With two locations, the Upstate Wound Care program brings state-of-the-art care to patients with non healing problem wounds. Both centers are staffed by specialty trained wound care physicians and nurses. Services are available at two locations: Upstate University Hospital's downtown campus and the Community General Campus on Onondaga Hill.
- diabetic foot ulcers
- venous Stasis ulcers
- arterial insufficiency ulcers
- pressure ulcers
- radiation necrosis wounds (post radiation)
- vasculitic ulcers (lupus, scleroderma, etc.)
- chronic non-healing traumatic wounds
- chronic non-healing surgical wounds
- Wound debridement
- application of specialty dressings
- compression therapy (Unna boot, profore, coban 2)
- negative pressure wound therapy
- hyperbaricoxygen therapy (HBO)