Long Island Jewish Medical Center shares the title of clinical and academic hub of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System. It is an 888-bed voluntary, non-profit tertiary care teaching hospital serving the greater metropolitan New York area.
At this site, the fellow will be involved in the management of all patients with acute stroke, both ischemic and hemorrhagic, including decisions regarding IV TPA and whether to proceed with endovascular therapy. The fellow will learn to perform and interpret carotid and transcranial Doppler studies. The fellow will be involved with a broad array of outpatients with stroke, including formulating plans for secondary stroke prevention.
North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset is a tertiary care facility that is one of the cornerstones of the health system. It was named the nation's top hospital by AARP's Modern Maturity magazine. The 804-bed hospital provides exceptional patient care.
At this site, the fellow will be exposed to the evaluation and treatment of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage and AVMs, as well as neurocritical care and endovascular therapy. The fellow will also be exposed to all aspects of comprehensive stroke care and diagnostic evaluation including cerebral angiography, MRI and CT perfusion imaging and NOVA MRA. The fellow will manage patients in the Neurosurgery ICU and Stroke Unit/Service.
Glen Cove Hospital receives outstanding scores in patient satisfaction, along with a comprehensive service excellence program. The 265-bed hospital provides excellent medical and surgical care. The hospital is home to the internationally known Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation Institute that features state-of-the-art programs.
At this site, the fellow address post-stroke complications under the supervision of a Neurological Rehabilitation trained physician. The fellow will also be exposed to treatment and management of spasticity, post-infarct depression and other cognitive, functional and behavioral disturbances