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Financial Services and Health Affairs

Health Affairs

The mission of the Health Affairs Office is to support SUNY's academic health enterprise, which includes Four Academic Health Centers and Three University Hospitals: University at Buffalo, SUNY Downstate (includes University Hospital), Stony Brook University (includes University Hospital), SUNY Upstate (includes University Hospital), College of Optometry, and Long Island State Veterans Home.

SUNY’s four academic medical centers generate 1/3 of all SUNY research dollars, and on average, return $10 for every dollar invested in cutting-edge research. They provide nearly 25,000 direct jobs, educate nearly 7,000 students, and provide health care services to more than one million patients throughout New York State.

SUNY's three University Hospitals annually updates a multi-year strategic plan, providing a longer term projection of hospital operations and the impact of capital and operating initiatives. As public hospitals, they each provide a full spectrum of patient care, from primary care to highly specialized, technologically advanced (tertiary) care.

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Financial Services:

Responsibilities include:

  • Budget
  • Accounting and Financial Management
  • Cash Management
  • Internal Controls
  • University Endowment Fund
  • Human Resources
  • Business Services
  • University-wide Computing Environment

The Office is also responsible for the business affairs, personnel operations and plant management services of the SUNY System Administration Offices located at the SUNY Plaza in Albany.

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Related Links:
SUNY 2010 Annual Financial Report * Pdf Logo - 2009 Annual Financial Report Text Version - 2009 Annual Financial Report
SUNY 2009 Annual Financial Report * Pdf Logo - 2008 Annual Financial Report Text Version - 2008 Annual Financial Report
University-wide Policies & Procedures
OSC Accounting, PAYSR, and 'G' Bulletins

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Last Update - 4/2/14