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Oswego Health Reception Honors Retiring Richard Fiese, DMD

In the photo from the left are Oswego Health Board Chair Pam Caraccioli, Richard Fiese, DMD, and Oswego Health President and CEO Ann C. Gilpin.

In the photo from the left are Oswego Health Board Chair Pam Caraccioli, Richard Fiese, DMD, and Oswego Health President and CEO Ann C. Gilpin.

The board members of Oswego Health and Oswego Hospital, along with the Oswego Hospital medical staff recently honored retiring Richard Fiese, DMD during a reception.

Dr. Fiese, an oral maxillofacial surgeon, had been an active medical staff member for 22 years. In addition to the care he provided his patients, Dr. Fiese was also a member of the Oswego Health Board, where he served as Chair the past two years.

Oswego Healthcare system includes the Oswego Hospital, The Manor at Seneca Hill, a skilled nursing facility; Springside at Seneca Hill, a retirement living community; an urgent care center in Fulton, as well as health services centers in Mexico, Parish and now Phoenix. For more information, call (315) 349-5500 or visit oswegohealth.org.

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One thought on “Oswego Health Reception Honors Retiring Richard Fiese, DMD

  1. It’s unusual for me to leave a comment on a story in my own publication, but Dr. Fiese’s departure cannot go unnoted.

    Dr. Fiese removed a tumor from the roof of my mouth — not the worst thing that could happen to a person, but no walk in the park, either. He was not only a great physician but a great human being. He did everything right.

    Dr. Fiese treats his patients gently and with great care and respect. He is, quite simply, the nicest person I have ever met in health care (and I’ve met some outstandingly nice doctors and nurses over the years).

    His departure is a huge loss. Farewell and Godspeed, Dr. Fiese.

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