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Emergency Medicine Residency



Heralded as one of New York’s finest emergency medicine facilities, Good Samaritan’s investment in state-of-the-art technology and its commitment to provide accessible, quality health care to the community is unparalleled.

Good Samaritan Hospital is among the largest providers of emergency medical care on Long Island, treating about 92,000 patients annually. We offer services in all major specialties supported by:

  • Adult & Pediatric Trauma Center (Verified Level II)
  • Dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department
  • Clinical Observation Unit
  • Emergency Cardiac Care Center/Catheterization Lab
  • Stroke Center
  • Fast Track/Super Track treatment area
  • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program
  • Electronic Medical Records (EMR) - EPIC
  • Diagnostic evaluation (Labs/EKG)
  • Imaging Services - PACS
  • Dedicated ED imaging services (ED CT scanner and ultrasound suite)
  • Real-time radiology reading reports
  • Clinician Performed Ultrasound System with PACS Archival


Our emergency medicine residency program is committed to meeting the needs of our patients while providing our residents with a balanced approach to professional and personal well-being. It is our policy to teach emergency medicine through experience in an emergency department under the supervision of board certified/eligible emergency medicine physicians. To afford a diversified and well-rounded experience, the program has affiliations with the NYC Poison Control Center, R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, FDNY-EMS, and an urban Level 1 facility for emergency medicine. Clinical, academic, administrative and research skills are developed and cultivated, so that graduates will be prepared to become leaders and mentors in their field.


Current Fellowships in:

    Emergency Ultrasound
    Administration and Leadership
    Observation Medicine
    Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Statistics 

Good Samaritan Hospital opened its doors in 1959. Throughout the years, modernization and renovations have made what was once a small community hospital into the Medical Center that it is today.

The emergency department facility opened in 2001 and was renovated in 2015. This technologically advanced, state-of-the-art facility:

  • Spans an enormous 29,200 square feet
  • Contains 100 patient beds
  • Has among the highest annual ED patient volumes in the New York area at 92,000
  • Has an annual volume of 25,000 pediatric emergency department visits
  • Catchment volume is 500,000
  • 437 hospital beds