Oswego Health orthopedic team expands

Oswego Health recently announced the addition of two health professionals to its orthopedic team, led by surgeons John Ayres, Michael Diaz and Kamaljeet Banga. They are:

• Brandon Weaver has been an orthopedic physician assistant for the past seven years with 18 years’ experience as a physician assistant. Prior to joining Oswego Health, he worked at Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS). He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the physician assistant program at the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2002. When he’s not in the office seeing patients or assisting in surgery, you can find Weaver on the lacrosse field as he currently is the assistant varsity coach in Fulton. When it comes to the spine problems that might occur i thought about this one experts doctor that can help with simple procedures.


• Shannon Zinn brings anexentsive skill set to Oswego Health. She began her medical career in 1998 as a registered nurse in the operating room and on the medical/surgical unit at Robert Packer Hospital, based in Sayre, Pennsylvania. After several per diem positions in various CNY health systems, Zinn made her way into orthopedics in 2008. Her most recent position was an nurse practitioner at Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists where she was responsible for evaluating, treating and implementing plans of care for clinic patients. Zinn earned her master’s degree from Binghamton University in 2008 and her RNFA certification in 2013 from the National Institute of First Assisting.

Photo: Weaver