Curriculum

Our program will leave you superbly trained, able to practice in virtually any setting with leadership skills that will last a lifetime.

Highlights

  • Health systems management: extensive ambulatory care and leadership training within the Patient-Centered Medical Home
  • Versatile, extended OB/GYN training to prepare residents for their desired future practice with or without obstetrics
  • 5 months of pediatrics, including training at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and an Open Door outpatient pediatric practice
  • Behavioral medicine curriculum including community medicine rotation as well as Balint and wellness groups
  • Opportunities to pursue areas of concentration such as global health, women’s health, palliative care and academic medicine

The basis for your training is to provide a broad scope of skill sets and technical ability that will allow you to grow and expand your career options.

Rotations

Year 1

12 weeks:
Adult Inpatient Med

8 weeks each:
Obstetrics
Pediatric Inpatient Med

4 weeks each:
Foundations
Community Medicine
Surgery
Vacation

2 weeks each:
Orientation
Cardiology
Orthopaedics
Neonatology
Intensive Care Unit

Year 2

8 weeks each:
Adult Inpatient Med
Gynecology

4 weeks each:
Adult Emergency Med
Adult Outpatient Med
Medical Subspecialties
Pediatric Emergency Med
Psychiatry
Sports Medicine
Elective
Vacation

2 weeks each:
Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric Outpatient Med

Year 3

8 weeks:
Electives

6 weeks each:
Adult Inpatient Med
Adult Outpatient Med

4 weeks each:
Adult Emergency Med
Dermatology
Geriatrics
OB/GYN Clinic
Pediatric Outpatient Med
Surgical Subspecialties
Vacation

2 weeks each:
Cardiology
Orthopaedics

Longitudinal Curriculum

Ambulatory Care

  • 1 session per week PGY-1
  • 2 sessions per week PGY-2
  • 3 sessions per week PGY-3

 

 

  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Geriatric Home Visits
  • Health Systems Management
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Nursing Home
  • Radiology
  • Research
  • Wellness

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Grants & Awards

In 2017, the residency program was granted the Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry Clinician Educator Career Development Award by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The program was awarded nearly $900K to fund five-year’s worth of faculty development and curriculum enhancements projects. The grant period spans September 1, 2017 – August 31, 2022. Rebecca McAteer, MD, core residency faculty is the project director for the grant. Alice Fornari, EdD, RD, Northwell Health’s Vice President of Faculty Development, and Rebecca Collins, DO, Residency Program Director, are the primary mentors for the project. The grant supports the design of areas of concentration (AOCs) such as: Academic Medicine, Women’s Health, Healthcare Leadership & Advocacy, Palliative Medicine & Hospice, and Healthy Lifestyles & Oral Health.