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In new center, UR takes surgery to next level

Having complete resources in one convenient location will make life easier for patients and medical specialists alike at the new University of Rochester Medical Center Surgery Center. “It’s one of the most important steps for us as a colorectal specialist ...

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Center meets demand for same-day surgery

Across the nation, minimally invasive surgeries and procedures have migrated from busy hospitals to outlying ambulatory facilities. When it opens Aug. 10 in a new building off Westfall Road, the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Surgery Center will reflect emerging ...

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Maloney on the goal: ‘High-quality patient care’

When Michael Maloney M.D. became a surgeon, it was not uncommon for patients to stay in the hospital for a couple of days after arthroscopic surgery. Today, with advancements that make surgeries less invasive, better patient education and follow-up, and ...

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Howard N. Langstein M.D., Professor and chief, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Rochester Medical Center

What kind of patients will you be serving? The center will be able to serve virtually all elective plastic surgery patients. We will be able to provide all kinds of aesthetics surgeries-face lifts, eye lifts, breast and liposuction-in this center. ...

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Sleek equipment, ergonomically placed, will shine

The ambulatory surgical center that the University of Rochester is about to open combines some of the most sophisticated equipment in the country with back-saving configurations and an innovative layout. The $13 million center will contain 10 operating suites and ...

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RBJ 75: Non-profits grow as top for-profits downsize

The rise of the “third sector” in Rochester continues. The numbers behind this year’s RBJ 75 reflect a clear trend of non-profit growth as for-profit companies struggle to hold their ground. The leading public and private companies in the Rochester ...

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RBJ 75: Managing to grow jobs in a sagging economy

Amid a recession, turmoil in the housing and automotive industries and high unemployment, the Rochester area’s top public, private and non-profit companies, as a whole, increased employment last year. The area’s top 25 privately held firms and non-profit organizations more ...

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RBJ 75: Why Rochester’s Top 50 became the RBJ 75

After publishing the 20th edition of Rochester’s Top 50 a year ago, we took a step back to think about how this special publication began, how it evolved over the years and what direction it might take in the future. ...

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RBJ 75: Non-Profit Organizations CEOs

Donald Bain President, St. John Fisher College Bain has held various positions at St. John Fisher College since 1975, culminating in his appointment to the presidency in November 2005. He is a specialist in 20th-century American national security. He holds ...

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RBJ 75: Public Companies CEOs

Ursula Burns CEO, Xerox Corp. Burns became CEO of Xerox on July 1 of this year after serving as president since 2007. Burns joined Xerox in 1980 as a mechanical engineering summer intern and later assumed roles in product development ...

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RBJ 75: Private Companies CEOs

James Brush President and CEO, Sentry Group Brush has served in a number of executive positions with SentrySafe since joining the company in 1986, rising to the positions of president and CEO. He chaired the 2009 United Way campaign and ...

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RBJ 75: Decline in assets hobbles many non-profits

The good news for non-profit organizations and charitable foundations in the Rochester area is that financial markets are stabilizing and their endowments and investment portfolios are showing signs of recovery. The bad news is that they are likely to feel ...

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RBJ 75: Seligman aims for a bigger, better UR

When Joel Seligman was chosen to lead the University of Rochester in 2004, he came from the Washington University School of Law with a reputation for having given the law school a greater national and international stature. His plans for ...

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RBJ 75: Private firms unfazed by difficult economy

For Manning & Napier Advisors Inc., the global recession has been a chance to gain some new talent. The Rochester firm’s local employment jumped from 236 in 2008 to 286 in 2009. The positions are across the board, including the ...

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