As a major clinical campus for the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and with more than 50 clinical faculty to support our programs, Peconic Bay Medical Center offers outstanding medical training in a supportive clinical environment.
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. Our residents graduate from our programs superbly prepared for their careers.
WELL-SUPPORTED ACGME ACCREDITED RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES
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. We also offer the broad experience of a Traditional Rotating Internship, for which PBMC’s range of services and facilities provides an ideal learning environment.
> Family Medicine Program Curriculum
> General Surgery Curriculum
> Traditional Rotating Internship Curriculum
> Application Process
> Program Details and Benefits
Peconic Bay Medical Center offers medical student rotations to both 3rd and 4th year students. The Medical Student Rotation's offered at Peconic Bay Medical Center teach students essential clinical and practical skills. Participating students rotate with faculty and residents in a variety of specialty areas.
Jean Cacciabaudo, Chief Medical Officer, Director of Medical Education
Evan Nadal, D.O., Program Director & Clinical Instructor, Family Medicine Residency
Kaushik Manthani, D.O., Program Director, Traditional Rotating Internship
Steven Ouzounian, MD, FACS, Chair of Surgery, Associate Program & Site Director at Peconic Bay Medical Center, General Surgery Residency
Currently, there are more than 30 residents at various stages of our programs. We invite you to listen to their stories, examine our programs, and consider whether a residency at Peconic Bay Medical Center might be right for you.