Our allopathic (MD) family practice program has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) since 1977 and has graduated over 200 physicians. In 2008, we developed the osteopathic family medicine residency, and accredited by the AOA, established the first dually accredited Family Medicine Residency Program on Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk counties).
Over 250 medical students perform clinical clerkships here each year. Students of nursing, pharmacy and other allied health professions rotate through the hospital as well.
The combination of a large and active medical staff, commitment to medical education, outstanding facilities, and a friendly atmosphere provide an excellent opportunity for learning.
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...
We consider our formal didactics and conferences to be the strong points of our training program...
Salaries & Benefits
The hospital will include the resident in its self-insured malpractice liability program to the...