Graduate Medical Education

Advanced Training for Interns and Residents

As a major clinical campus for the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Peconic Bay Medical Center and PBMC Health host graduate medical education programs in Family Medicine, General Surgery and Traditional Rotating Internship.

With an excellent student-to-faculty ratio and an attentive and experienced medical staff, PBMC is able to offer its medical residents a diverse, dynamic and quality education. Though a relatively small facility, PBMC's medical staff has witnessed and treated a number of diverse and challenging diseases that are normally considered uncommon in a suburban setting.

Peconic Bay's 200+ medical staff members are all board certified or board eligible and the facility utilizes intensivists in its ICU and hospitalists on the medical and surgical units. As an active member of NYCOMEC (OPTI), PBMC is able to provide each resident with a strong support network.

Residency and Fellowship Training Programs

At Peconic Bay Medical Center, we offer three exceptional residency program choices:

Currently, there are 30 plus residents with more than 50 clinical faculty to support their training. You'll find that being a resident at Peconic Bay Medical Center will provide you with a disciplined educational experience, as well as a balanced life experience.

Program Leadership

Richard Kubiak, MD, Chief Medical Officer

Richard Kubiak, MD is the Vice President of Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer at PBMC. A board-certified internist, Dr. Kubiak has maintained a private practice on Long Island's North Fork for more than 20 years. He is actively involved with the hospitalist program, which is an essential component of the medical education program.

George Ruggiero, DO, Director of Medical Education

George Ruggiero, DO, PBMC's Director of Medical Education, is board-certified in family practice and is a graduate of NYCOM. He also practices privately in nearby Wading River, which is one of the outpatient sites dedicated to the education of PBMC's students and residents.

Contact Us

GME Office of Graduate Medical Education
Telephone: 631-548-6442

George Ruggiero, DO
Director of Medical Education

Fred Lambert, MD
Administrative Director of Medical Education

Lauren Waggoner
GME Program Coordinator