Nassau University Medical Center

History

The Department of Emergency Medicine at Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) offers a new fully accredited AOA Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program. It is a four year program which accepts four residents per academic year. With a high volume, high patient acuity, and wide spectrum of illnesses, our residents are provided with an excellent and well-rounded experience. We have a wide diversity of patient populations and general and specialty care settings.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Anthony Boutin, MD
  • Program Director: Dean Olsen, DO
  • Assistant Program Director: L. Carlos Zapata, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

  • Nassau University Medical Center

Secondary Hospital

  • South Nassau Communities Hospital

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM: 12 weeks
  • Peds EM: 4 weeks
  • MICU: 4 weeks
  • CCU: 4 weeks
  • Medicine: 4 weeks
  • Neurology: 4 weeks
  • Trauma: 4 weeks
  • OB/GYN: 4 weeks
  • Anesthesia: 4 weeks
  • Radiology: 2 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

PGY2

  • EM: 20 weeks
  • Peds EM: 4 weeks
  • SICU: 4 weeks
  • PICU/NICU: 4 weeks
  • Ortho: 4 weeks
  • EMS: 4 weeks
  • Ophthalmology: 2 weeks
  • Hand/Plastics: 2 weeks
  • Burn: 2 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

PGY3

  • EM: 20 weeks
  • Peds EM: 4 weeks
  • Community EM: 4 weeks
  • MICU: 4 weeks
  • CCU: 4 weeks
  • Tox: 4 weeks
  • Psych: 2 weeks
  • Oral Maxillofacial Surgery: 2 weeks
  • Research: 2 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

PGY4

  • EM: 20 weeks
  • Peds EM: 4 weeks
  • MICU: 4 weeks
  • EM Critical Care: 6 weeks
  • Administration: 8 weeks
  • Elective: 4 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Vacation: 4 weeks

Contact Information

Rosemary Cali

  • 516-296-2899
  • rcali@numc.edu

External Links

NUMC EM Residency

See Also

Authors:

Alex Gregory