Division of Internal Medicine
Established as a separate academic entity in the Department of Medicine in 1980, the Division of Internal Medicine plays an integral role in the education of medical students, house staff, and trainees in continuing medical education programs, as well as providing inpatient and outpatient primary internal medicine care.
Internal Medicine Education
Our division directs multiple educational programs for medical students and internal medicine residents at NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine.
Our division members are recognized as local, regional, and national leaders in medical education and hold leadership roles in organization such as the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians.
The division is currently in a period of rapid expansion of educational inpatient services programs, with an increasing emphasis in the MD degree and Internal Medicine Residency on educating physicians to launch successful careers and become leaders in ambulatory care and general internal medicine.
Medical Student Education
Our faculty play leading roles in medical school admissions, curriculum development, and first-year coursework. We also direct courses in the primary care clerkship and medicine clerkship and provide mentorship as specialty career advisors to first-, second-, and third-year medical students.
Internal Medicine Residency
We oversee program direction of the Internal Medicine Residency and play an active role in recruitment, and our associate program directors direct ambulatory care education, wellness, and medical informatics. We ensure residents gain an understanding of the full spectrum of the field with a focus on expert clinical care and academic growth through training tailored to their individual needs. We also actively help residents plan for their next steps after completing the program, including career placement.
We provide comprehensive, supervised training in inpatient, ambulatory care, and private practice settings.
Coordination of primary care training is available for residents interested in focusing their electives in preparation for a career in primary care internal medicine.
Internal Medicine Research
The division has extensive experience in general medicine research, curriculum development, and innovation in ambulatory care education. Our faculty have led the development of standardized patient programs, the next accreditation system, and resident research meetings for the New York Chapter of the American College of Physicians. Learn more about research at NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine.
Internal Medicine Clinical Services
Our role in patient care includes supervision of inpatient care, direction of the medical perioperative consultation service, and supervision of the primary care internal medicine outpatient practice at NYU Langone Internal Medicine—Mineola.
Our practice has more than 35 years of experience providing primary care continuity services to a diverse patient population.
Members of our division are an integral part of NYU Langone Sports Health, and we provide sports medicine services to local universities. We also provide acupuncture services.
Internal Medicine Faculty
Mark J. Corapi, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
Albert Tse, MD
Physician Practice Director
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
If you have questions about the Division of Internal Medicine, please email Liliana Gonzalez, academic coordinator, at email@example.com.