Good Samaritan Hospital

History

Heralded as one of New York’s finest emergency medicine facilities, Good Samaritan’s investment in state-of-the-art technology and its commitment to provide accessible, quality health care to the community is unparalleled.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Christopher Raio, MD
  • Program Director: David Levy, DO
  • Associate Program Director: Robert Gekle, MD
  • Research Director:

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

  • Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM: 24 weeks
  • MICU: 4 weeks
  • OB/GYN: 4 weeks
  • Peds: 4 weeks
  • Anesthesia/Radiology: 2 weeks
  • Ortho: 4 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • ED Observation Unit: 2 weeks
  • EMS: 2 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

PGY2

  • EM: 22 weeks
  • EM (Urban): 4 weeks
  • Pediatric EM: 4 weeks
  • SICU: 4 weeks
  • Shock Trauma: 4 weeks
  • Tox: 4 weeks
  • Ophthalmology: 2 weeks
  • Otolaryngology: 2 weeks
  • Research/Admin: 2 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

PGY3

  • EM: 26 weeks
  • EM (Urban): 4 weeks
  • Pediatric EM: 6 weeks
  • Neuro ICU: 2 weeks
  • PICU: 4 weeks
  • Cardiothoracic ICU: 2 weeks
  • Elective: 4 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

PGY4

  • EM: 34 weeks
  • Pediatric EM: 4 weeks
  • Research/Administration: 2 weeks
  • Trauma: 4 weeks
  • Elective: 4 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

Electives

  • Cardiology
  • Clinical Decision Unit
  • Coronary Care Unit
  • Dermatology
  • Hand Surgery
  • Infectious Disease
  • Neonatal ICU
  • Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Psychiatry
  • General Surgery
  • Burn Medicine
  • EM Critical Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Pediatric Anesthesia
  • Urology

Fellowships

  • Ultrasound
  • Administration and Leadership
  • Observation Medicine

Contact Information

Alison Kucera, Program Coordinator

  • Alison.Kucera@chsli.org
  • 631-376-4163

External Links

Good Samaritan EM Residency

See Also

Authors:

Alex Gregory