Health Sciences Update
  Feb. 23, 2010

Fred Sanfilippo
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  State of the WHSC

Thanks to those of you who were able to attend the annual State of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center address yesterday—whether you joined us in person on the Druid Hills campus or by simulcast from our satellite locations at Emory University Hospital Midtown and Grady. If you were unable to participate yesterday, please use the links below to view highlights of the address:


Research achievements

A leader in education

A leader in patient care

WHSC strategy

Major issues for 2010

In an environment in which so many of our peers are struggling—and even failing—we fared far better than most in 2009 for two reasons: (1) we have outstanding people working in a collegial environment, and (2) we have maintained the right focus. Because our goals are lofty and our strategies successful, we are equipped to excel in any environment, and I believe that's just what we've done over the past year. Most important, we are uniquely positioned to succeed in our efforts because we have an extraordinary team of talented and committed people who are mission-oriented and collegial and who can make it happen.

Again, thanks for all you do to help us transform health and healing … together.

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