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Where Knowledge and Values Meet

NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE AT-A-GLANCE


NYMC AT-A-GLANCE Founded in 1860, New York Medical College (NYMC) is one of the largest private health sciences colleges in the U.S. with nearly 1,700 students and 330 residents and clinical fellows, more than 2,640 faculty members and 23,500 living alumni. NYMC joined the Touro College and University System (TCUS) in 2011 and is located in Valhalla, N.Y., in Westchester County. TCUS is the largest university system under Jewish auspices in the U.S. and the country’s largest private educator of physicians graduating slightly less than four percent of all the nation’s M.D.s and D.O.s. Rooted in a proud legacy of inclusion, NYMC’s humanistic approach is a fundamental component of the exceptional academics and meaningful hands-on experiences provided by each of the five schools on the NYMC campus: the School of Medicine (SOM), the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences (GSBMS), the School of Health Sciences and Practice (SHSP), the Touro College of Dental Medicine at NYMC (TouroCDM) and the Touro College School of Health Sciences’ nursing program at NYMC. Research at the College is notable in the areas of cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, kidney disease, the neurosciences, disaster medicine and vaccine development. With a network of affiliated hospitals and clinical practices, NYMC provides a wide variety of clinical training opportunities throughout the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut region.

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ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP

Alan Kadish, M.D. President

Dr. Mark Hasten

Chairman, Board of Trustees

Marina K. Holz, Ph.D. Dean, Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences

Ronnie Myers, D.D.S., M.S. Dean, Touro College of Dental Medicine at NYMC

Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A. Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer

Robert W. Amler, M.D., M.B.A. Dean, School of Health Sciences and Practice and Vice President for Government Affairs

Jerry L. Nadler, M.D.

Dean, School of Medicine

Sandra A. Russo, R.N., M.S.

Chairperson and Director of Nursing Touro College School of Health Sciences


LOCATION

New York Medical College is located on a lush 54-acre suburban campus. A fixture in Westchester County in the lower Hudson Valley, approximately 15 miles north of New York City, NYMC provides an ideal base for students who wish to study and conduct research in the clinical and biomedical sciences. Our roots go back to 1860 with the founding of the Homeopathic Medical College of New York. NYMC’s identity evolved through mergers and alignments with New York City-based institutions, such as Metropolitan Hospital, Flower Free Surgical Hospital and Fifth Avenue Hospital. Serving a large and diverse geographic area and population, NYMC maintains close ties with local communities through valuable affiliations with hospitals and other health care facilities in the area. Having local physicians and health commissioners among our faculty is one example of how NYMC and the region enjoy a symbiotic relationship—each serves and supports the other, and our students and the surrounding communities are the beneficiaries. 3


PREPARING FUTURE LEADERS • A Center of Excellence in Precision Responses to Bioterrorism and Disasters provides expertise and leadership in preventing, diagnosing and treating threats specific to biological and chemical terrorism and public health emergencies and to developing medical countermeasures. • NYMC unveiled the state-of-the-art 21,000 square-foot Clinical Skills and Simulation Center, where students receive hands-on training in replicated clinical settings to hone clinical skills in a safe and controlled environment before treating actual patients.

• NYMC launched a transformative biotechnology incubator, BioInc@NYMC— the only incubator of its kind in the region located on a health sciences college campus. • NYMC saw an increase in clinical training opportunities by establishing academic affiliations with Saint Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, N.J., Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, N.Y., Rome Memorial Hospital in Rome, N.Y., and the Beckley VA Medical Center in West Virginia.

• NYMC and Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) signed a 12-year Academic Affiliation Agreement to strengthen the academic medicine programs, clinical care and research practices of both organizations. • NYMC acquired 19 Skyline Drive, a 248,000 square-foot, five-story building providing essential space for offices and new programs. • The Dr. Edward F. and Mrs. Anna M. Asprinio Fitness Center offers a state-ofthe-art wellness and workout facility for the campus community.

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• Touro College of Dental Medicine (TouroCDM) at NYMC opened in 2016 making it the first new dental school in New York State in nearly half a century. In 2018, TouroCDM opened a state-ofthe-art 32,000-square-foot oral health care facility, Touro Dental Health.


AWARDS AND ACCOLADES • The Business Council of Westchester named NYMC Corporate Citizen of the Year in recognition of its significant contributions and commitment to the community.

• The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) awarded the SOM the coveted status of “Accreditation with Commendation” and extended its accreditation through 2020. • NYMC received re-accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for its residency and fellowship programs through 2025.

• The Westchester County Association honored NYMC with the Leadership Award for offering innovative curricula and advanced technological developments in the community and contributing to Westchester’s growing biotech industry.

• NYMC’s School of Medicine (SOM) is fully accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME). • The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) reaffirmed full accreditation of NYMC, recognizing the College for its progress and commending the quality of its Periodic Review Report and internal review process.

• NYMC introduced several new educational offerings: Advanced Certificate in Pediatric Dysphagia (SHSP): the first online program of its kind in the U.S.; M.S. in Biostatistics (SHSP): focuses on health analytics; Professional Science Master’s Program (GSBMS): prepares students for careers in basic medical sciences with business, management and communication coursework; M.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences (GSBMS) trains students for licensure to work in New York hospital laboratories; M.S. in Biology Education in partnership with the Touro College Graduate School of Education.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES NYMC believes in active learning, not only educating health care professionals in their chosen specialties, but also facilitating hands-on training in the types of settings where they will someday practice. That’s why the College is deeply involved in its surrounding communities, bringing student research and skills to communities throughout the tristate area. D.P.T. Community Service Project In the D.P.T. Community Service Project, students work in small groups to plan and conduct a service project that aims to address a defined need in the community. La Casita de la Salud La Casita de la Salud, an inner-city health clinic run by NYMC medical students under faculty supervision, is dedicated to serving the uninsured population of the East Harlem neighborhood of Upper Manhattan and providing quality, culturally-competent care to all in need. Race for Rehab Hosted by D.P.T. students from the SHSP to benefit Achilles International, the Race for Rehab is an annual 5K run/walk/bike event held on campus each October.

Service Learning In SOM Service Learning programs, students work with doctors and health professionals at community sites—such as Open Door Family Medical Centers and the Westchester County Department of Health—on projects that address needs of the institutions.

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Speech-Language Pathology Clinic The Department of Speech-Language Pathology provides its clinical services as the Division of Speech-Language Pathology of Boston Children’s Health Physicians. The Division provides outpatient services to children and adults, across the lifespan. The clinic employs ASHA-certified and NYS-licensed speechlanguage pathologists who train the next generation of professionals. Speech-Language Pathology Overseas SLP students focus on the ongoing development of clinical skills in measurement and evaluation procedures for adults with speech-language and/ or swallowing disorders in a variety of locations outside the United States. Students engage in collaborative projects with other students at the site, as well as explore the delivery of speech-language pathology and other healthcare services to adult and pediatric populations in a variety of settings. STAR Program The Summer Trainees in Academic Research (STAR) Program offers research opportunities to local high school students and undergraduates with medical students and faculty who conduct mentored scientific investigations in NYMC laboratories over the summer.


SUPPORT NYMC

$ 5.2 M

distributed as student scholarships

400 +

number of students awarded scholarships

With a proud history of inclusivity, NYMC has been educating exceptional health care leaders for more than 150 years. Your contributions allow us to provide scholarships for our extraordinary students, recruit and retain the best faculty, conduct cuttingedge research, invest in technology and maintain state-of-the-art instructional and learning facilities. With your support we will continue in our tradition of creating a diverse, inclusive campus and educating the next generation of health care leaders. We encourage you to explore nymc.edu/give to find out more and support an area that inspires you. Your generosity makes a world of difference to our students.

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CLINICAL SITES AND AFFILIATES clinical sites NYMC boasts an extensive network of affiliated hospitals and clinical and practicum sites, which includes urban medical centers, suburban community hospitals and highly-advanced regional tertiary care facilities, providing students with a comprehensive range of resources and educational opportunities.

• SOM hospital affiliates: 22 hospital affiliates in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and West Virginia • SHSP speech-language pathology clinical sites: 154 regionally • SHSP physical therapy clinical sites: 125 nationally • SHSP public health practicum sites: 648 nationally and internationally


NYMC by the numbers

1,462 324 NYMC STUDENTS

TouroCDM STUDENTS

on-campus and online

Faculty/Student ratio: 2:1 nymc diversity

•N  YMC students self-reported as members of the following groups:

42

academic programs

Number of Faculty: 2,641 (campus-wide) 1,109 448 1,058 37

Full-time Part-time SOM affiliate/volunteer Emeriti

Other/Not1,195 Specified Number of Employees: (campus-wide)

facilities White 47% • White 21% • Asian 11% • Black 10% • Hispanic (of any race) <1% • American Indian/ Native Hawaiian 10 % • Other/ Not Specified

•C  ampus Size: 54 acres •N  YMC Student Housing Capacity: Hispanic 504 beds •V  olumes and Databases in Health Black 200,000 holdings Sciences Library: •L  ibrary Square Footage: 22,000 square Asianfeet

research American Indian/Native Hawaiian • Total Square Footage Dedicated to Research: ~ 129,000 square feet

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NYMC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (SOM) Our educational philosophy prioritizes emotionally-connected patient care and prepares our students for this approach from their first day. They experience frequent face-to face interaction with patients in such clinical settings as local primary care medical practices during the Foundations of Clinical Medicine Course and clinical clerkships at affiliated hospital sites; La Casita de la Salud, a student-run clinic in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan; and with a standardized patient pool in our Clinical Skills and Simulation Center. These hands-on experiences equip our students with strong interpersonal and clinical foundations upon which to build their careers.


SOM facts

849

STUDENTS (as of Fall 2018)

Residency Match

SOM Entering Class: • Undergraduate institutions represented: 96 • Number of applications received: 11,789 • Student matriculated rate: 1.8% • Average (new) MCAT score: 512 • Undergraduate GPA: 3.6 Number of Academic Programs: • Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) • Dual Degrees — Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)/ Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) — Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)/ Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) — Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)/ Master in Bioethics (M.S.) Number of U.S. States Represented: 36 Average Age of SOM Students: 27

54% female 46% male

99% SOM Diversity Numbers: • 17% of SOM students self-reported as part of a group currently underrepresented in medicine. • SOM students self-reported as members of the following groups:

51% • White 26% • Asian 9% • Hispanic (of any race) 8% • Black <1  % • American Indian/ Native Hawaiian 5% • Other/ Not Specified

SOM Tuition: $54,040 Number of SOM Faculty: 2,290 1,040 Full-time 166 Part-time 1,058 Affiliate/volunteer 36 Emeriti

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NYMC SCHOOL OF MEDICINEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION (GME) PROGRAM

prepares medical school graduates for practice in a medical specialty or subspecialty. With approximately 330 residents and fellows in 17 programs. NYMC GME programs provide experienced, board certified faculty; clinical experience; and the academic support and resources required to train residents to become competent, board certified physicians in their specialty. NYMC is taking the lead with its partner hospitals in founding and promoting Shomer Shabbos residency training positions. These slots allow accommodation of Jewish observance with the understanding that primacy is always given to the needs of our patients.

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SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CLINICAL SITES/AFFILIATES MAJOR CLINICAL AFFILIATED SITES • Westchester Medical Center Health Network, Valhalla, N.Y. • St. Joseph’s Health, Paterson, N.J. • NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan, New York, N.Y. • Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. AFFILIATED CLINICAL SITES • Beckley VA Medical Center, Beckley, W.V. • Calvary Hospital, Bronx, N.Y. • Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, Suffern, N.Y. • Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, C.T. • Hoboken University Medical Center, Hoboken, N.J. • Keller Army Community Hospital, West Point, N.Y. • Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, N.Y. • Phelps Hospital Northwell Health, Sleepy Hollow, N.Y. • Richmond University Medical Center, Staten Island, N.Y. • Rome Memorial Hospital, Rome, N.Y. • Saint Joseph’s Medical Center, Yonkers, N.Y. • Saint Michael’s Medical Center, Newark, N.J. • Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center, New York, N.Y. • VA Hudson Valley Health Care System, Montrose, N.Y. AMBULATORY CARE PROGRAMS • CareMount Medical, Hudson Valley Region, N.Y. • Open Door Family Medical Centers, Ossining, N.Y. • Westchester Institute for Human Development, Valhalla, N.Y.

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NYMC GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES (GSBMS) Whether a student aims to discover the next life-changing drug or vaccine, investigate the workings of the body’s vascular system, educate the future generation of researchers or manage a science-focused non-profit, we offer M.S., Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. programs to meet their goal. Our Accelerated Master’s Program offers two years of coursework in just one; and graduates of this program have a distinct advantage when applying to medical school, enjoying an acceptance rate of 85 percent. Our M.S. programs offer options for research training, non-research thesis or project-based internships in industry. The newly launched Professional Science Master’s track is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or other biomedical science industries – or in the government or not-for-profit sectors related to these fields. A new Master of Science in Clinical Laboratory Sciences program trains professionals to work in medical or industrial/pharmaceutical laboratories. Our Integrated Ph.D. program focuses on core scientific knowledge and the interrelatedness of the basic sciences before students declare a specific field of study.


GSBMS facts

130

STUDENTS

(as of Fall 2018)

60% female 40% male

Academic Programs:

GSBMS Diversity Numbers:

•M  .S. Interdisciplinary Basic Medical Sciences (Traditional and Accelerated)

• 25% of GSBMS students self-reported as part of a group currently underrepresented. •G  SBMS students self-reported as members of the following groups:

•M  .S. and Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology •M  .S. and Ph.D. in Cell Biology • M.S. and Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology •M  .S. and Ph.D. in Pathology •M  .S. and Ph.D. in Pharmacology •M  .S. and Ph.D. in Physiology • Professional Science Master’s (P.S.M.) in six disciplines • M.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences •D  ual degree program — M.D./Ph.D with the NYMC School of Medicine

40% • White 22% • Asian 15% • Hispanic (of any race) 9% • Black <1 % • American Indian/ Native Hawaiian 13 % • Other/ Not Specified

Number of GSBMS Faculty: 97 GSBMS Tuition: $1,165 per credit

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NYMC SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES & PRACTICE (SHSP) SHSP offers doctoral and on-campus and online master’s degrees in accredited programs—public health, physical therapy and speech-language pathology—as well as multiple graduate certificates. The school’s experienced faculty and rigorous curricula provide exceptional career training in these high-demand fields. Faculty who are active in research and practice in all areas of medicine and health care engage our students in the challenges of analyzing interventions and improving outcomes across the spectrum. Able to focus on individuals, communities or populations, our graduates are prepared to hit the ground running in high impact jobs and careers.

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SHSP DIVERSITY

42% • White 17% • Black 13% • Asian

12% • Hispanic (of any race) <1% • American Indian/ Native Hawaiian 15 % • Other/ Not Specified


SHSP facts

483 Other/Not Specified White

Hispanic

STUDENTS (as of Fall 2018)

72% female 28% male

Licensure Exam Pass Rate

Black Praxis Examination in Speech-Language Asian Pathology

100 %

National Physical Therapy Exam (NPTE)

100 %

American Indian/Native Hawaiian

Academic Programs  D.P.T., M.P.H., M.S., Dr.P.H. and certificate programs  online and on-campus in 18 academic disciplines Number of SHSP Faculty: 289 Clinical Sites • S HSP clinical and practicum sites — speech-language pathology (S.L.P.) clinical sites: 154 regionally — physical therapy (D.P.T.): 125 nationally — public health (M.P.H.) practicum sites: 648 nationally and internationally SHSP Diversity Numbers • 30% self-reported as part of a group  underrepresented in health care

Academic Programs

Degrees

Behavioral Sciences & Health Promotion

M.P.H. Accelerated M.P.H.

Biostatistics (on campus only)

M.S.

Environmental Health

M.P.H. Advanced Certificate

Epidemiology (on campus only)

M.P.H.

Health Policy & Management

M.P.H. Accelerated M.P.H. Dr.P.H.

Physical Therapy

D.P.T.

Speech-Language Pathology

M.S.

Global Health

Advanced Certificate

Emergency Preparedness

Advanced Certificate

Health Education

Advanced Certificate

Health Administration

Advanced Certificate

Industrial Hygiene

Advanced Certificate

Children With Special Health Care Needs

Advanced Certificate

Pediatric Dysphagia

Advanced Certificate

Public Health

Advanced Certificate

Dual/Joint Degrees

M.D./M.P.H. D.P.T./M.P.H.

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