The Albany Med Faculty Physicians are top experts in their fields providing the best care for their patients and guiding the medical professionals of the future to achieve success.
The Albany Med Faculty Physicians are an elite group of experts who encompass all of the benefits Albany Medical Center and Albany Medical College have to offer. These attending providers and educators offer in-patient and out-patient consultations and treatments covering a wide range of specialties and care for patients who are simply in need of a check-up, to patients in emergency situations.
The Albany Med Faculty Physicians cover a wide range of specialties and are the top experts in their fields. They remain up to date on the latest research and technological advancements in the medical field to provide the best care to patients and to educate the medical experts of the future. Our successful team provides knowledge and compassion while working together to solve problems in the most complex situations. The Albany Med Faculty Physicians provide outstanding patient care and ensure that medical students have the tools they need to be successful medical professionals.
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Dr. Ferdinand Venditti, President of the
News and Events
On Tuesday August 20, 2013, Albany Medical College displayed new medical equipment for surgery and announced that it is one of only three facilities in the state to be designated as a Karl Storz Center of Excellence. Read More
Dr. Kimberly Kilby, an Albany Med Faculty Physician at Albany Medical Center, rushed to the aid of the wounded when the bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. Dr. Kilby was volunteering at the Boston Marathon's medical tent handling standard medical issues when the explosions occured and everything about the day's event changed. Read More
Dr. Ferdinand Venditti, Vice Dean of Clinical Affairs, speaks to WNYT News Channel 13 about the quality and safety improvements in the way physicians share electronic health records with one another. Read/Watch