Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- 16 Pathology Resident positions – 4 in each of the PGY levels - in our 4 year integrated training program in Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology (AP/CP).
- 1 fellowship in the following sub-specialties:
- Blood Bank
- Rotations in subspecialty areas including:
- Infectious Disease Diagnostics
- Blood Banking and Transfusion Medicine
- Hematology and Flow Cytometry
- Clinical Chemistry
- Cytogenetics and Molecular Pathology
- The integrated Anatomic Pathology Services of North Shore LIJ Health System - which includes North Shore University Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center and NSLIJ Laboratories – In 2011:
- Accessioned >80,000 surgical pathology cases and >130,000 cytology specimens
- Conducted 236 autopsies (166 adult/pediatric and 70 perinatal).
- Performed over 11 million clinical laboratory tests - 60% of which represented outreach clients.
The residency program offers:
- Training in laboratory management for both the academic and private sector environment including training in medical directorship, quality management, utilization, instrumentation, and information systems.
- Clinical or translational scholarship in Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology, and Cytogenetics and Molecular Pathology, or for collaboration with the basic and translational research of the Feinstein Institute.
NORTH SHORE-LIJ HEALTH SYSTEM
The nation's second-largest, non-profit, secular healthcare system, North Shore-LIJ delivers world-class clinical care throughout the New York metropolitan area, pioneering research at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research and a visionary approach to medical education, highlighted by the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. North Shore-LIJ cares for people at every stage of life at 15 hospitals, including nationally renowned children’s and psychiatric hospitals, long-term care facilities and more than 200 ambulatory care centers throughout the region. As an integrated, academic health system, North Shore-LIJ’s 110 residency and fellowship programs serve as a training ground for more than 1,400 future physicians, many of whom hone their skills at North Shore-LIJ’s Patient Safety Institute – the nation’s largest patient simulation center. As evidence of its commitment to community health and patient-focused research, Feinstein Institute scientists and North Shore-LIJ physicians enroll more than 1,200 people every year in clinical research studies. North Shore-LIJ’s owned hospitals and long-term care facilities house about 5,600 beds, employ more than 10,000 nurses and have affiliations with more than 9,000 physicians. Its workforce of about 43,000 is the largest on Long Island and the ninth-largest in New York City.