From the Program Director

Traditional Rotating Internship - From the Director

The Traditional Rotating Internship (TRI) at South Nassau Communities Hospital is a well-rounded solid foundation to begin your postgraduate training.  Our program is committed to providing the best possible educational experience for the trainee. The TRI Program at South Nassau Communities Hospital is a suburban, community based, medical school-affiliated program, with easy access to the resources of both New York City and beautiful Long Island.

Our TRI follows the basic standards of the AOA and focuses on academics.

At South Nassau, osteopathic principles and practice are emphasized throughout your training. Our goal is for you to build upon your osteopathic training from medical school, and actively teach you the practical application of osteopathic manipulative treatment in the clinical setting. Osteopathic trainees have incorporated OMM in their treatment plans where they can perfect their manual skills in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. OMM lectures help reinforce previous knowledge as well as present new techniques. In short, OMM is taught in a manner that promotes not only competence, but confidence as well.

I invite you to learn more about our program at South Nassau.

Sincerely,

Bernadette Riley, DO, FACOFP, FILM
Director, Traditional Rotating Internship
South Nassau Communities Hospital

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Established in 1928, our hospital is one of the region’s largest hospitals with 455 beds...

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