research-and-education

Research & Education

Department Emergency Medicine

The North Shore-LIJ Health System is a leader in the development of Emergency Medicine research and education. Our educational programs within the department of Emergency Medicine are planned and presented by nationally and internationally recognized experts. Medical students, post-graduate students, residents, practicing physicians and other health care providers participate in enriched educational experiences that help them function at the most advanced level of knowledge and skill.

Our Health System has three ACGME accredited residency programs: Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York and Staten Island University Hospital in Staten Island, New York. In addition, we have eight specialty fellowships (Emergency Ultrasound, FDNY EMS, Emergency Critical Care, Sports Medicine, Medical Toxicology, International Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine) to meet the growing need in unique areas of expertise within the field. We also have a wide variety of continuing medical education (CME) activities as well as an established research program. Finally, we have recently added an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant post-graduate certificate program to our system.