Family Medicine

Family Medicine

Throughout their three years, all residents have their continuity clinics at the Family Medicine Center. During the third year, residents spend two months in charge of the Family Medicine Center. They are scheduled to be in the Family Medicine Center daily, seeing continuity and urgent care patients. Although it's in two of their busiest months, residents find this rotation as the best preparation for "the real world."

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

Pediatrics

Pediatrics

The Department of Pediatrics operates under the guidance of two full-time directors who are...

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Surgery

Surgery

The department is staffed by more than 100 BE/BC surgeons. There is an advanced...

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Obstetrics

Obstetrics

Approximately 1,200 deliveries are performed each year at South Nassau Communities...

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Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Our modern Level II Emergency Department is one of the busiest on Long Island's South Shore...

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Family Medicine

Family Medicine

Throughout their three years, all residents have their continuity clinics at the Family Medicine Center....

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Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

During this rotation, residents will learn osteopathic principles...

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Subspecialties

Subspecialties

Surgical subspecialties include orthopedics, ENT, urology and ophthalmology. They are primarily...

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Geriatrics

Geriatrics

There is a block rotation during the second year of residency based at a geriatric facility in the area....

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Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Two months of orthopedics & sports medicine are required of all...

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Other Education

Other Education

In the third year, there is a rotation emphasizing contemporary practice management...

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