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A Space to HealMore than bricks and mortar, Golisano Children’s Hospital reflects a new model for pediatric care. By Karen McCally ’02 (PhD)
Photographs by Adam Fenster
golisanoPEDIATRICIAN-IN-CHIEF: Nina Schor, the William H. Eilinger Chair of Pediatrics, presides over the eight-story, stand-alone Golisano Children’s Hospital. Teagan Wagner, 8, of Honeoye Falls, New York, admitted for hip surgery in July, was among the first patients in the new hospital (opposite). (Photo: Adam Fenster) More . . .

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