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Overview

Medical training is a period of rigorous development. Striking a balance between your personal and professional responsibilities is essential to your success. We encourage residents to take advantage of the many free and low cost events in New York City and Long Island, such as apple picking on Long Island or stop by a street festival in the city.

Glen Cove Hospital is located on the North Shore of Long Island in Nassau County. The community is very diverse and has many cultural events throughout the year. Glen Cove is close to many beaches, sporting facilities, concert halls and home to a variety of social organizations. Though there is public transportation, access to a motor vehicle is recommended. New York City is accessible by regional rail.

The family medicine residency program also offers a variety of activities for residents to unwind and improve their experiences, including:

  • July and January team building sessions
  • Oct/Nov Family Medicine Academic Day
  • December holiday party
  • June graduation party

Our training program is also committed to providing you with a number of academic opportunities paid for by the program. The program will pay your expenses to present scholarly work at conferences and provide leave for educational meetings and conferences.

Housing, salary & benefits

Housing

The residency program at Glen Cove Hospital does not offer on-campus housing. However, residents accepted into the program can contact Julie Gomez for assistances in finding housing. If you choose to find housing on your own, there are a number of free apartment finding services, including Zillow and Trulia, as well as local real estate agents.

Benefits

Members of the house staff have a choice of plans under medical, dental, vision, supplemental short-term disability, long-term disability, supplemental life insurance/accidental death and dismemberment, and flexible spending accounts. All plans are eligible on the first date of employment, and the cost of coverage is largely employer-subsidized. In addition, the following are provided to members of the house staff:

  • Employer-paid Basic Life Insurance/AD&D at 1½ times pay up to $500,000
  • Salary continuation during disability for up to 12 weeks and 50 percent Short-Term Disability thereafter at no cost to the employee
  • 60 percent Long-Term Disability provided at no cost to the employee

Members of the house staff are entitled to 20 days of paid time off (PTO) each contract year. These 20 days must be used during the period covered by the contract and may not be carried into subsequent years. To learn more about benefits offered, download our resident resource guide.

Salary

Program level

Base salary

PGY 1:

$68,500

PGY 2:

$70,500

PGY 3:

$72,500

Start date for Internal Medicine & EM/IM trainees: 6/25/16
Start date for Internal Medicine trainees at LHH: 6/28/16
Start date for Pediatric trainees: 6/20/16
Chief Residents at NSUH, LIJ, FHH, LHH, GCH, SSH receive an additional $1,500 stipend

Our trainees

Our residents at a glance

Resident profile summer 2015*

 

Total number of residents

22

Number of male residents

12

Number of female residents

10

 

Medical School profile summer 2015*

 

Ross University School of Medicine

Sri Venkateswara Medical College, India

American University of Antigua

Saba University School of Medicine

Tbilisi State Medical University, Georgia

New York College of Medicine

Universidad Autonoma at Guadalajara, Mexico

Punjab Medical College, Pakistan

St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine, Cayman Island

Pramukhswami Medical College, India

St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada

 

Past graduates

Northwell Health has an extensive alumni network. Our past graduates serve as a resource to current trainees for educational development as well as career assistance. Following graduation, our trainees have gone on to a number of areas within their chosen specialty, including private practice, ambulatory medicine, hospital medicine, academics, administration, global health, nursing home care, etc. Some of our graduates have gone onto one of the several fellowship programs available to family medicine physicians, including:

  • Sports medicine
  • Hospice & palliative care
  • Adolescent medicine
  • Sleep medicine
  • Geriatrics
  • Integrative medicine