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Long Island Medical Schools

Listed are the Medical Schools available in Long Island at a glance. However, always keep in mind that when Medical Schools are appraised for their outstanding achievements that they should be strongly considered over the less expensive schools. You might be paying more, but that is simply because the Medical School has better teachers, a better campus, better facilities, etc. Look now and see what best describes your needs, whether you are going in to become a nurse or a doctor.

Adelphi University: The Adelphi School of Nursing is dedicated to providing students with the skills, knowledge, and special training to succeed as qualified caregivers and leaders in the nursing profession. The School offers Bachelor of Science degrees, Master of Science degrees, and Post-Master's Certificate programs, and supports continuing education through its Professional Development and Lifelong Learning programs.

Farmingdale University: The Nursing Department gets students ready for entry into the profession of Nursing. Upon graduation, students receive the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing and are qualified to take the New York State licensing Examination for Registered Nurses. The set of courses provides the theoretical knowledge and clinical practice needed to administer care for individuals throughout the life cycle. Learning experiences take place in the classroom, College Nursing Laboratory, and in several other different clinical settings. Students are aided in the development of their potential with guidance offered by faculty who possess broad nursing experience and academic preparation in the field. The Nursing Curriculum is accredited by the National League for Nursing. (NLNAC).

Long Island University, C.W. Campus: The Medical Biology Program offers graduate students a full education in the basic medical sciences leading to the Master of Science degree. Also, C.W. Post offers a bachelor's degree program solely for RNs and a Master of Science in Nursing preparing the Clinical Nurse Specialist and the Family Nurse Practitioner.

New York College (of Health Professions): This is a school of Holistic medicine, this involves Acupuncture, Oriental medicine, massage therapy, Holistic nursing and Oriental bodywork.

Stony Brook School of Medicine: As part of one of the nation's leading academic health centers-in the med100-Stony Brook's School of Medicine is committed to fulfilling its enduring missions: research-based patient care, education, basic and clinical research, and community service. Using partnerships that create an effort combined together among the schools and departments with external resources, the School of Medicine has developed a broad variety of centers of excellence. The School of Medicine serves as a hub or a base, networking the life sciences at Brookhaven National Laboratories (BNL) and the genetics and molecular biology strengths at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories (CSHL) to create a effort combined together that has large increase in expanded clinical care; basic and translational research, and basic science advancement. Productive interaction between these groups is magnified within the Program in Structural Biology and Program in Infectious Disease that are located together in the Centers for Molecular Medicine (a $40 million complex for biomedical research) at Stony Brook. The Centers for Molecular Medicine have formal disciplined collaborations by creating laboratories, some virtual and some real, that extend beyond the traditional departmental boundaries. The Medical School is also creating a comprehensive academic Long Island Cancer Center that includes broad-based clinical care, as well as clinical, translational, and basic research programs.

The curriculum for the Stony Brook School of Medicine have been continually refined, strengthened, and expanded, but always in keeping with its educational philosophy that emphasized individualization of instruction and development of the complete professional. The school created a teaching combination that balances lecture classes with smaller, case-based courses. They also continue to elevate the use of information technologies in teaching to familiarize students with these tools. Their curriculum enables students to come in contact with patient cases early on in their studies. Students also have the opportunity to work side-by-side with world-renown researchers, if they choose too. The medical school is one of only two institutions in the entire nation to offer an undergraduate concentration in Pharmacology. This nationally recognized program focuses on linking the theoretical with practical "hands on" knowledge of instrumentation used in biomedical studies. Additionally, the medical school has held a Medical Scientist Training Program grant from the National Institutes of Health. This program provides the best possible training of medical students in medicine and research, culminating with the award of the combined MD, PhD degree.

 
 
   
 
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