Residency & Fellowship Programs

An Overview and Insights Into Our Residency Program from Shawn P. Cannon, Chief Academic Officer and Director of Medical Education

The Residency Program in Social Medicine is dedicated to educating trainees above the typical standards placed on residency programs. Training provided by this program has specific focuses on the biopsychosocial model and cultural sensitivity so that excellent patient-centered care may be provided regardless of setting. Important education on trending medical issues that affect not only the local community, but also the national population are woven into the various didactic and lecture series residents encounter during their tenure. Subjects such as the opiate epidemic, addiction training, tick-borne disease recognition/treatment, and research project implementation are hallmarks of the program. By the completion of residency, trainees will be prepared and confident for a seamless transition to independent practice.

Transitional Year Internship, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and General Surgery Residency Programs have merged with Stony Brook Medicine under the Single Accreditation System.

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Current Position Status for 2020-2021 Academic Year

NRMP

Program

ACGME

NRMP

Available Positions

Transitional Year

9993500259

2919999P1

15

Family Medicine

1203521408

2919120C0

7

Internal Medicine

1403500923

291940C2

7

General Surgery

4403500444

2919440C1

3

Palliative Care Fellowship

5403512114

2919540F1

3

ONMM 3 Fellowship

2753500001

N/A

2

 

 


 

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