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ACGME-accredited Residency and Internship opportunities

Medical Education at Peconic Bay Medical Center 

As a major clinical campus for the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Peconic Bay Medical Center offers outstanding medical training in a supportive clinical environment.

With more than 50 clinical faculty to support them as mentors and instructors, our residents graduate from our programs superbly prepared for their careers.

Through our active membership in NYCOMEC (OPTI), we work to provide each of our residents with a strong support network and valuable professional relationships that will last long beyond their years of residency. 


Residency programs

We currently offer residency programs in Family Medicine (ACGME-accredited) and General Surgery, in which residents receive specialty-focused instruction and experience under the supervision of highly trained clinical specialists. 

Family Medicine Program Curriculum

General Surgery Curriculum

Program details and benefits


Internship Opportunities 

We also offer the broad experience of a Transitional Year, for which our range of services and facilities provides an ideal learning environment.

Transitional Year Curriculum


Medical student rotations

Peconic Bay Medical Center offers medical student rotations for both 3rd and 4th year students. Participating students rotate with faculty and residents in a variety of specialty areas, including:

  • Family medicine
  • Internal medicine
  • OB/GYN
  • Critical care/ICU
  • Pediatrics
  • Infectious diseases
  • General Surgery

Medical student rotation application

Contact: Kimberly Ranagan, GME Coordinator 

For more information or to apply to any of our programs, contact our Training Program Administrator:
kranagan@northwell.edu
Tel: 631-548-6446
Fax: 631-548-6823 

Learn more about:

Physician Career Opportunities

The East End Quality of Life


GME Program Leadership

As a major clinical campus for the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Peconic Bay Medical Center offers outstanding medical training in a supportive clinical environment.

With more than 50 clinical faculty to support them as mentors and instructors, our residents graduate from our programs superbly prepared for their careers.

Through our active membership in NYCOMEC (OPTI), we work to provide each of our residents with a strong support network and valuable professional relationships that will last long beyond their years of residency.

Jean Cacciabaudo, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Evan Nadal, DO
Program Director, Family Medicine Residency

Pooja Paunikar, MD, MPH
Associate Program Director

Kaushik Manthani, DO
Program Director, Traditional Rotating Internship

Stephen Ouzounian, MD, FACS
Site Director, General Surgery Residency

Kimberly Ranagan, C-TAGME
Training Program Administrator


Residency program details and benefits

 
Conferences

In order to best prepare the resident for the practice of their specialties, conferences are scheduled that emphasize both clinical care and a formal didactic teaching program.  An educational curriculum has been carefully designed to ensure a full and balanced educational experience for our residents.

Core Lecture Series

Family Medicine & Transitional Year: Lectures are held every morning from 8:00am-8:45am. Residents' time is protected during mandatory sessions.

General Surgery: Lectures are held every Friday morning from 7am-9am. Residents' time is protected during mandatory sessions.

Continuity of Care Experience

Peconic Bay Medical Center residents are assigned to an office at the beginning of their intern year. All of our sites are community-based offices. Residents remain at their assigned site on the same day of the week throughout their three years of training, which allows residents to establish a true continuity panel of patients.

Evaluations

Each resident is evaluated on a monthly basis by the faculty on the service that he/she just rotated through.  The evaluations provide the residents with feedback and assist them in identifying strengths and weaknesses in a consistent and timely manner.  

Residents may review their own evaluations 24 hrs/day from any computer with internet access. Each quarter, residents are required to complete quarterly evaluations with their designated Program Director.

Salary / Benefits

Current:

  • PGY - 1 $ 72,000
  • PGY - 2 $ 74,000
  • PGY - 3 $ 76,000
Vacation
  • 20 days annually
Sponsored Life Support Certifications and Renewals
  • ACLS (all Programs)
  • BLS (all Programs)
  • ATLS (General Surgery)
  • NRP Certification (Family Medicine & TRI's)
  • PALS Certification (All Programs)
Additional Benefits
  • Discounted Meals
  • Two Lab Coats and Two sets of Scrubs
  • Board Prep review.
  • Call Room with computer, printer, copier, cable TV, Refrigerator
  • Resident Library accessible 24/7
  • Free Access to UpToDate , MDConsult, and USMLEasy, & Comquest Question Bank
  • Access to Northwell Health's Electronic Medical Information Library (EMIL), accessible remotely or on campus
  • Free Parking
  • Maternity, Paternity, and Adoption Leave
  • Books Provided, Paid Memberships