Graduate Medical Education
Graduate medical education at NYU Long Island School of Medicine offers advanced training in 28 medical subspecialties in a supportive environment that nurtures ingenuity and resourcefulness. Our residents and fellows learn from nationally recognized faculty with access to first-in-class clinical and research resources at NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island, formerly known as NYU Winthrop Hospital, which has a long history as a focal point of academic medicine on Long Island.
Mentorship is an integral part of our program. With a full-time faculty of approximately 633 physicians, supplemented by a voluntary staff of more than 700, we offer many mentoring and development opportunities to help you achieve your professional goals and build a rewarding career.
Our house staff benefit from one-on-one guidance from faculty in each program, as well as from access to an array of support services to ensure that learning is the top priority, including a state-of-the-art medical library, media, and conference tools.
At our newly constructed research and academic center, residents and fellows have access to the latest technology and resources needed to learn scientific methodologies and conduct research. Many go on to publish their research in top peer-reviewed journals and present findings at national scientific conferences.
We hope you’ll join us in exploring the many exciting graduate medical education opportunities at NYU Long Island School of Medicine.