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Emergency Medicine Volunteer Research Internship

The Volunteer Research Internship Program in Emergency Medicine provides opportunities for academically accomplished undergraduate students and recent graduates who are seeking both research experience and clinical exposure. Research interns are immersed in various aspects of academic medicine including clinical research, performance improvement initiatives, patient advocacy, and hospital administration. Participation in each of these activities gives Interns insight into various aspects of the healthcare field. Volunteer Research Interns rotate through shifts at both North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center, exposing them to the different operations of two unique emergency departments. The interns work directly with the academic associates, and indirectly with physicians, nurses, administrators and other hospital personnel.


Emergency Medicine

Our emergency departments offer board-certified emergency medicine physicians equipped to diagnose and treat a wide range of injuries.

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Office of Academic Affairs

This department serves as a resource to facilitate accreditation of programs as well as recruitment and on-boarding of residents and fellows.

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