Clinical Rotations: Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
During this rotation, residents will learn osteopathic principles and practice from a combination of outpatient and inpatient experiences. Residents will become proficient in the indications, contraindications and applications of osteopathic manipulative treatment.
Daily rounds on patients admitted to the hospital provide the residents an opportunity to perfect their osteopathic knowledge and skills in the inpatient setting. Residents are also precepted by private physicians in the community specializing in osteopathic manipulative medicine.
In addition to this rotation, residents receive longitudinal experience during the three years of residency through monthly OMT sessions, as well as during continuity clinics, at the Family Medicine Center.
Links of Interest for Osteopathic Students and Residents:
From the Program Director
Our goal is to train physicians who are caring and competent in treating every member of the family, from...
From the Osteopathic Program Director
The three years of residency training in family medicine are possibly the...
We are looking for highly motivated, intelligent and empathetic people with a strong...
Our allopathic (MD) family practice program has been accredited by the American Committee for...
During this rotation, residents will learn osteopathic principles and practice from a combination of...
Our Family Medicine Residency Program residents participate in patient care at a variety of clinical sites...
Medicine teams, consisting of two-resident day and night teams, are responsible for...
Meet the Faculty
Doctor Scott Ippolito completed his residency in family medicine at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, Queens....
Meet the Residents
Our Family Medicine residents come to our program with great diversity. They come from all parts of...
Our patient population is very diverse. In the Family Medicine Center, we have a large pediatric...