Stony Brook
EMergency Medicine
Residency

(631) 444-3880

 

101 Nicolls Road,

Stony Brook, NY 11794

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Copyright 2019 Designed by Michael Beck MD

Curriculum

EM-1
  • Introduction to Emergency Medicine* (4 weeks)

  • Emergency Medicine (24 weeks)

  • Peds EM (4 weeks)

  • MICU (4 weeks)

  • Ob-Gyn (3 weeks)

  • Anesthesia (3 weeks)

  • Ultrasound (2 weeks)

  • Palliative Care (1 week)

  • Community EM - VAMC (3 weeks)

  • Vacation (4 weeks)

EM-2
  • Emergency Medicine (29 weeks)

  • Community EM: GSH (4 weeks)

  • Toxicology at NYU (2 weeks)

  • Pediatrics Intensive Care Unit (4 weeks)

  • Cardiac Care Unit (2 weeks)

  • Surgical Intensive Care Unit (2 weeks)

  • Neuro ICU (2 weeks)

  • Elective (2 weeks)

  • Research (1 week)

  • Vacation (4 weeks)

EM-3
  • Emergency Medicine (30 weeks)

  • Multi-Trauma ICU at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center (4 weeks)

  • Neuro ICU (2 weeks)

  • Teaching Rotation (3 weeks)

  • Community EM - GSH (4 weeks)

  • Elective (4 weeks)

  • Research (1 week)

  • Vacation (4 weeks)

What our Residents say about Rotations

"I love that during our emergency medicine months we rotate throughout the department including critical care, fast track, pediatrics, and acute care. Continuous exposure to the different areas of the department allows for continuous growth."

"We have a very strong Ultrasound Department. In the 2 weeks of my ultrasound rotation I performed over 150 scans under the direct supervision of an attending.  I not only have been able to use ultrasound regularly in my practice, I have also had the opportunity to teach ultrasound to medical students."

"I enjoyed working at Good Samaritan Hospital. You feel that pressure of being a community emergency physician. You do not have consultants to fall back on and you need to think about the transfer of critically ill patients. That's not an opportunity you get at large university hospitals."