We are excited at the opportunity to contribute to your medical education. At Peconic Bay Medical Center, we pride ourselves on personalized training and comprehensive education in a tight-knit and supportive clinical environment.
Peconic Bay Medical Center is a regional medical center with our values deeply rooted in the community of Eastern Long Island and our diverse population. We serve a quarter million residents in a 400 square mile region. We are a level three trauma center, have a New York State designated stroke center, and offer advanced Cardiac procedures at our Kanas Regional Heart Center. Our residents participate in leading scholarship that routinely qualifies for regional and national competitions.
We are proudly supported by one of the leading health systems in the world, Northwell Health. Additionally, we are supported by the cutting-edge and highly innovative Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Being part of a large and integrated academic community brings many university-resources and pioneering ideas in education to our fingertips.
Our residency programs offer unique opportunities to allow students and residents to find their own path towards clinical excellence, humanism, and leadership. We support both MD and DO candidates. Welcome!
The Peconic Bay Medical Center Family Medicine and Transitional Year Residency Programs will be participating in the Main Residency Match.
Family Medicine: 2200120C0
Transitional Year: 2200999P0
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.
4th year student rotation applications are accepted via email from students at our affiliate medical school NYITCOM. All other 4th year medical students applying for elective rotations must apply via VSLO.
*Other medicine subspecialties may be available upon request
Peconic Bay Medical Center is committed to providing each of our residents with a strong support network and valuable professional relationships that will last long beyond their years of residency.
Evan Nadal, DO
Program Director, Family Medicine Residency
Kaushik Manthani, DO
Program Director, Transitional Year
Steven Ouzounian, MD, FACS
Site Director, General Surgery Residency
Kimberly Ranagan, C-TAGME
Lead Training Program Administrator
Residency program details and benefits
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 Tuesday - Thursday morning from 8:00am-8:45am. Lecture time is protected (no clinical responsibilities).
Family Medicine Residency Program Continuity of Care Experience
Peconic Bay Medical Center residents are assigned to an office at the beginning of their intern year. All of our ambulatory sites are community-based offices. Residents are scheduled for specific days ahead of time, which allows residents to establish a true continuity panel of patients.
Salary / Benefits
PGY - 1 $ 74,000
PGY - 2 $ 76,000
PGY - 3 $ 78,000
20 days annually
Department budget dedicated to resident wellness events
Four wellness days per resident to be used each year in addition to vacation time.
Lab Coats and Scrubs
Board Prep review of their choice
Call Room with computers, printer, copier, cable TV, Refrigerator
Free Access to UpToDate, MDConsult, and USMLEasy
Access to Northwell Health's Electronic Medical Information Library (EMIL), accessible remotely or on campus