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Medical Education Programs

Welcome to the Department of Medical Education at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center is the premiere institution for undergraduate and graduate medical education in New York State offering residency training programs in Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Podiatric Surgery and OB/GYN, as well as fellowship training programs in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Good Samaritan is also the sponsoring institution for the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency training program at Mercy Medical Center. The hospital is a continually expanding state-of-the-art facility, training residents to become leaders in medicine and surgery.

The hospital is a major clinical campus for the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM). The commitment to medical education is extended in supporting both core and elective medical student rotations throughout Catholic Health Services of Long Island's six premier institutions.

Please take the time to visit us at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center - It may be the gateway to a remarkable future.

Please select a residency program below to learn more about each program or view the Graduate Medical Education Administrative Leadership page:
 

Emergency Medicine Residency

Family Medicine Residency

OB/GYN Residency

Pediatric Residency

Podiatry Residency

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery


Salaries & Benefits

Salaries

PGY 1: $69,275
PGY 2: $72,365
PGY 3: $75,405
PGY 3 Chief: $77,905
PGY 4: $78,545
PGY 4 Chief: $81,045
PGY 5: $80,605
PGY 6: $82,665
 

Benefits

• $900 CME conference stipend annually; increased to $1,900 CME conference stipend in final year of primary residency training
• Medical malpractice insurance
• Health and dental insurance
• Life and disability insurance
• Basic Life Support (BLS)
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
• Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
• Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)
• Free parking
• Lab coats
• $2,400 meal stipend*
• $3,000 housing stipend*
• $1,000 travel stipend*

*Included in salary

Additional specialty-specific benefits may apply.

Emergency Medicine Additional Benefits
• Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
• ACEP & ACOEP Membership
• Days off each year to attend an EM National Conference
• 4 weeks of vacation time
• Online review courses

Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Additional Benefits
• Free basic health insurance only

PM&R Additional Benefits

• AAPM&R Membership
• 3 days each year to attend a National Conference of your choosing
• 20 vacation days

 

Salaries and benefits are reviewed and updated annually


Life on Long Island


Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center is located about 40 miles from the heart of New York City in West Islip, just steps away from the Great South Bay. Being centrally located on the south shore of the Island is ideal for all lifestyles. Long Island is rich in culture and history, and offers a wide variety of activities and places to captivate anyone’s interests.

Long island’s east end is a known summer destination for celebrities, but in addition to the beautiful beaches, Long Islanders can enjoy the change in the four season, close proximity to New York City, and endless indoor and outdoor activities. No matter the season, Long Island offers a full range of activities including family friendly activities, professional sports, theaters, museums, restaurants of all cuisines, national/state parks, night life, shopping, and the opportunity to explore the East End's wineries and breweries.    
 

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map of all 5 boroughs
map of all 5 boroughs


At 1,401 square miles, Long Island is the 11th largest island in the United States, and is home to several million residents year-round. It is geographically divided up into four regions: Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk. Although Brooklyn and Queens are technically located on Long Island, they are considered part of the five boroughs of New York City.
 
Nassau County is located on the western end of Long Island consisting of 2 cities (Long Beach and Glen Cove), 3 towns (Hempstead, North Hempstead, and Oyster Bay) and within those three towns resides 64 villages. Suffolk County is much larger than Nassau County, covers more than half of Long Island, and is located on the central and eastern portion of Long Island. Suffolk consists of 10 towns (Babylon, Brookhaven, East Hampton, Huntington, Islip, Riverhead, Shelter Island, Smithtown, Southampton and Southold) and 33 villages. Also within the borders of Suffolk County are two Indian reservations: The Shinnecock Reservation and Poospatuck Reservation.

Towns Surrounding Good Samaritan

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10 mile radius around Good Sam

Below is a list of towns within a ten mile radius of Good Samaritan's West Islip location, and the approximate travel time to get to the hospital from each town:

Babylon - 7 minutes
Brightwaters - 8 minutes
Bay Shore - 12 minutes
West Babylon - 13 minutes
Lindenhurst - 14 minutes
Deer Park - 15 minutes
Islip -15 minutes
Great River -17 minutes
Wyandanch - 18 minutes
Amityville - 20 minutes
Dix Hills - 22 minutes
Farmingdale - 23 minutes
Melville - 23 minutes

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