Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, in conjunction with the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, offers a comprehensive and progressive residency in the specialty of obstetrics/gynecology.
The OB/GYN Residency Program is designed to accommodate the individual learning needs of osteopathic physicians who plan to pursue a career in obstetrics/gynecology. Postgraduate training in OB/GYN focuses on all aspects of women's health care, emphasizing primary care in the curriculum. The role of the obstetrician/ gynecologist in providing total women's health care is an integral part of the training program.
The didactic needs of the postgraduate trainee are met through lectures, journal clubs, case presentations and teaching rounds. Senior OB/GYN residents are key to the successful rotation of students and other house staff members, providing constant and consistent support, while encouraging the continued learning process.
Continuity of care is provided within the structure of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Community Health Center, a facility cofounded by Good Samaritan and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services. Postgraduate trainees see a wide variety of both obstetric and gynecologic patients, following these patients through their course of treatment inclusive of deliveries, surgeries and routine screenings.
The four-year training program is tailored to the specific needs and career interests of each resident. Upon completion of the residency program, the postgraduate trainee will be well equipped to manage medical and surgical problems in all aspects of the specialty.
OB/GYN and Medical Center Statistics
Good Samaritan opened its doors to the community in 1959. Throughout the years, continual expansions and renovations have made what was once a small community hospital into the medical center it is today.
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OB/GYN Residency Curriculum
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Medicine (two months)
Intensive Care Unit
Maternal Fetal Medicine
Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
Chief Administrative and Supervisory Duties
NOTE: The curriculum year may vary if the PGY I year was completed as a rotating
Salaries and Benefits
*Includes $2,400 Yearly Housing Stipend
• Specialty Board Exam Reimbursement
• $800 CME Conference Stipend
• Medical Malpractice Insurance
• Health and Dental Insurance
• Life and Disability Insurance
• Midyear ACOOG Conference Registration Fee
• Basic Life Support
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support
• Pediatric Life Support
• Neonatal Resuscitation Program
• Free Parking
• Free Lab Coats
• Free Meals
Morbidity and Mortality
Maternal Fetal Medicine
Weekly OB/GYN Lecture Conference
Reproductive Endocrinology and Fertility ACOOG
Mercy Medical Center
Mount Sinai Hospital
Life on Long Island
Good Samaritan is located about 40 miles from the heart of New York City, in West Islip on Long Island. At 118 miles long and almost 20 miles at its widest point, the Island’s white sandy beaches, recreational facilities and rich culture and history offer wide variety of activities and places to captivate anyone’s interest.
Long Island’s climate generally extends from the low- to mid-20○F range in the winter up through the 90s in the summer. From professional sports, swimming, boating, golfing and camping to ice skating, cross-country skiing and sledding, whatever the season, the region has it all.
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