Residency

Northwell Health has four internal medicine residency programs that provide comprehensive training that emphasizes clinical competence, research, leadership, and patient-centered care, all in a supportive, collegial setting. As one of the nation’s largest health systems, Northwell Health has unparalleled resources to support training, including a world-class research institute and an innovative new medical school.

Residency programs

Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine Residency Program in Internal Medicine

The Northwell Health Internal Medicine Residency Program provides comprehensive training that emphasizes clinical competence, research, leadership, and patient-centered care, all in a supportive, collegial setting. As one of the nation’s largest health systems, Northwell Health has unparalleled resources to support training, including a world-class research institute and an innovative new medical school. With a total of 133 residents in 2014-2015, the program will rank 14th in size out of almost 400 internal medicine residency programs nationally.

Click here to apply

Residency in Internal Medicine at Long Island Jewish Forest Hills

The Long Island Jewish Forest Hills internal medicine residency program provides comprehensive training that emphasizes clinical competence, research, leadership, and patient-centered care, all in a supportive, collegial setting. As one of the nation’s largest health systems, Northwwell Health has unparalleled resources to support training, including a world-class research institute and an innovative new medical school. Our program is comprised of a total of 38 residents in 2014-2015.

Click here to apply

Residency in Internal Medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital

At Lenox Hill Hospital we strive to create a comprehensive teaching environment that enables the students to experience themselves as physicians both clinically and professionally. The clinical rotations provide them with many occasions to act as physicians while supporting them in their early efforts. Preceptors, faculty and supervising residents and fellows coach students in the skills and tools that physicians uses, and help them broaden their medical knowledge.

Click here to apply

Residency in Internal Medicine at Staten Island University Hospital

Staten Island University Hospital's internal medicine (IM) residency training program began in 1969 with a categorical class size of about 12 residents per year. Today, the internal medicine program trains over 60 residents over the span of three years. In addition to our categorical program, we offer a one-year, preliminary medicine position, which places our total resident complement to 105 residents. There is also availability for a chief residency year as well.

Click here to apply

Fellowships

Northwell Health sponsors more than 1,400 post-graduate training programs in all areas of medicine. The majority of the training takes place at our two tertiary campuses: North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center. We have 14 fellowship programs and a total of 111 fellowship positions.

The fellowship programs of both tertiary institutions were merged in July of 2010, strengthening the training of each individual fellowship with varied populations and a greater spectrum of pathology. Strong clinical training programs are offered, with many opportunities for clinical research as well as basic science research, depending on the particular subspecialty.

Our fellows integrate the latest learning technologies. In fact, we are one of the first teaching institutions to embrace and leverage social media both in the classroom and online. Our students also benefit from an innovative rotation schedule, which lets them follow a patient’s progress more continuously. At our Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, they have access to many well-funded NIH research projects as well as mentorships with world-renowned leaders in clinical care and medical research.

  • The application process begins in June. All applications are entered via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)
  • Fellowship programs exist in the following divisions: Cardiovascular Disease, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Geriatric Medicine, Hematology and Medical Oncology, Hospice and Palliative Care, Infectious Disease, Medical Ethics, Nephrology, Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine, and Rheumatology

We look forward to hearing any questions you may have and offering help with your applications.

North Shore University Hospital Fellowship Programs
300 Community Drive (4DSU)
Manhasset, NY 11030​

Internal Medicine Residency

Our residency program in internal medicine is on track to achieve another highly successful match.