Family Medicine

About the Program

Image: Family MedicineThe Family Medicine residency is a comprehensive training program, which instructs physicians in the care of the entire family.

The program focuses on the complex bio-medical skills needed by physicians to provide total healthcare to their patients and not just disease management. Our educational philosophy is that disease is not a random occurrence, thus our primary focus is on evidence based preventive medicine.

However, the best evidence-based approach is fruitless unless the physician can influence their patients to implement the necessary changes needed to promote a health sustaining life style. To that end, our program teaches clinicians how to be medical leaders, who can inspire patients to make those changes and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Criteria for Applicants

  • Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) applications only
  • All applicants will be ranked and matched through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • Your Dean's letter (Medical Student Performance Evaluation)
  • Your medical school transcript
  • Your personal statement
  • USMLE or COMLEX transcript with Step I (required for application), and Step II CS and CK (required by February 1st in order to be ranked)
  • A photograph is highly recommended by the Ranking Committee
  • Each application is reviewed on the basis of its own merits

Eligibility, Selection and Appointment

IMG Eligibility for Training in New York State

How to Apply

Program Name Institution ACGME ID (in ERAS) NRMP Program Code
Family Medicine Stony Brook Southampton Hospital 1203521408 2919120C0
Family Medicine Osteopathic Track Stony Brook Southampton Hospital 1203521408 2919120C1

Daniel Van Arsdale, DO

Program Director
Daniel Van Arsdale, DO
(631)726-0409
dvanarsdale@rpsom.org

Program Coordinator
Tara Lavery
(631) 726-0409
Tara.Lavery@stonybrookmedicine.edu

For additional information on the Department of Family, Population, and Preventative Medicine, click here.