Oswego Hospital appoints new medical leadership

The medical staff at Oswego Hospital recently appointed new leadership for 2022-2024.

Physicians Elizabeth Bozeman and James Syrett have been appointed as president and vice president respectively.

• Bozeman is a urologist at Associated Medical Professionals in Fulton. She earned her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. She has been a member of the medical staff at Oswego Hospital since 2014 and as the newly elected president she will also serve as chairwoman of the medical executive committee and as a member of the Oswego Health board of directors. In this role, she is responsible for communicating and representing the opinions and concerns of the medical staff and its members on organizational and specific matters affecting hospital operations to the board. She will also oversee compliance on the part of the medical staff with the procedural safeguards and rights of its members in all stages of the hospital’s credentialing process.

• Syrett is board-certified in emergency medicine and joined the medical staff in 2009. He earned his medical degree at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and completed his residency training at the University of Rochester. He holds an MBA from the University of Rochester, has additional board certification in EMS medicine, has previously served as a consulting physician for NASCAR, and has authored several EMS textbook chapters. As vice president of the medical staff, Syrett will chair the Oswego Health quality assurance and process improvement committee and will also serve as a member of the medical executive committee.

“We are fortunate to have both doctors Bozeman and Syrett leading the medical staff here at Oswego Hospital” said physician Duane Tull, chief medical officer. “Their commitment to safety and quality of care is exemplary.”