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With 1,000 salaried physicians, 12 divisions, several residency and fellowship programs, and partnerships with renowned research institutions, our robust team is dedicated to serving one of the most diverse populations in the world—while working to revolutionize the way medicine is delivered, both tomorrow and years from now.

"Experts, thought leaders and rising stars are attracted to this ideal setting for learning and breaking new ground in clinical care, research and education," says Thomas McGinn, MD, MPH.

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Medicine Grand Rounds are held Thursday mornings at North Shore University Hospital and video conferenced to additional sites, focusing on clinical topics, research, case presentations, patient-physician communication and other topics. CME and MOC credit are available.

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We’re studying how exercise and remote monitoring can improve the lives of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)—while also paying special attention to treatment disparities found predominantly among African-American and Hispanic populations.

The New York State Department of Health has given contingent approval to North Shore University Hospital’s request to establish Long Island’s first adult liver transplant program. The hospital has treated a growing number of liver patients in recent years.

Demonstrating our commitment to excellence, a total of 150 physicians affiliated with Northwell Health were honored in the 20th edition of New York magazine’s “Best Doctors” issue—an annual listing of the top physicians in every specialty from the tri-state area.

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“Reporting Out” highlights new and exciting happenings from around the Department of Medicine.

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