of SUNY Upstate Medical University
University Hospital of SUNY Upstate Medical University is Central New York's only academic medical center, level I trauma center, and through vertical expansion will house the first and only Children’s Hospital in this region scheduled to open in 2007.
University Hospital is a busy place treating over 300,000 patients each year to include the most challenging and critical cases. Whether you prefer the thrill of working in a cutting edge, exciting environment or the close relationships nurtured with fellow employees, you can fulfill your calling at University Hospital.
We are committed to diversity and strongly believe in a workforce that reflects its community. We offer a wide range of employment opportunities in scientific and medical research, nursing, skilled trades and general labor, secretarial and clerical, faculty and librarian, health professions and support services, professional and administrative, and information management, and technology occupations.
Our 5400+ diverse workforce, whether paid by New York State or the Research Foundation of SUNY, make a difference in our community each and every day and SO CAN YOU!
Please click on the above banner for employment opportunities to include Nursing. Or, to learn more about Unversity Hospital and SUNY Upstate Medical University go to www.upstate.edu.
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