from med city beat
As a result of the community’s support for the airport, RST has seen a roughly 30 percent increase in passengers over the last year with United, Delta and American all either adding new service or increasing their capacity.
Cindy Wills has worked in the flooring industry for nearly four decades. Her present job title is flooring consultant at Carpet One of Rochester, but ’soother of nerves’ might be more appropriate
Among the brilliant neon tones of running shoes and technical outerwear at TerraLoco in Rochester, there’s another bright spot: Team USA triathlete, 36 year-old Michael Karau.
“People are surprised how fast we can streamline the process,” says flooring consultant Mike Hyde at Carpet One of Rochester. “You can narrow it down quite quickly if you ask the right questions.”
Moran, a rising senior at Century High School, has already recorded two EPs full of original music, Freshman and Sophomore, and is currently working on his third release — of course, titled Junior.
Much like herself, Anna Canfield's artwork is original, whimsical and always evolving.
Scott Sheldon and Kaci Graves are two integral members of the Cash Management team in the Home Federal Business Banking department.
Just like her famous big hair, Rebecca Sell, or “Becca” to most, is always looking to reach new heights.
If there is one thing Chao Mwatela wants you to know, it’s that there is no replacement for a good education.
With less than three years of education to go, Barbas Nyaosi’s ambitions to introduce medical knowledge to his home country are closer than ever.
Jarrod is part of a team of physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses and other professionals at OMC focused on helping patients expand their mobility and reestablish everyday movements.
“Process improvement is a way to proactively initiate change and to enhance a process within the organization. We try to fix things on the backside so the patient has the best outcome possible.”
As president of Africa Partners Medical, Dr. Roberts works with a volunteer-led coalition of physicians and nurses to provide education, training and health supplies to medical personnel across Africa.
As a result of his continued commitment to innovation, Dr. Ehman was recognized as a National Academy of Inventors Fellow for 2016.