The North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center Division of Infectious Disease programs have merged into a single program. The name of the joint program reflects our new medical school and is listed in ERAS as NSLIJHS- Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine Program.
Please call us at (516) 562-3045 with any questions regarding this update.
The Infectious Diseases Fellowship is a two-year program in which the fellows gain a broad experience in the field of Infectious Diseases. The fellowship includes extensive clinical experience both on the in-patient and out-patient services, rotations in the Microbiology laboratory, the Pediatric Infectious Diseases service, the AIDS clinic, the International Travel Immunization Center, an Infectious Diseases Transplant Service and time to pursue research projects.
We participate in the Match. Applications should be submitted via ERAS. We require the following documentation: a General Application as provided by ERAS, a Personal Goals Statement, three letters of recommendation, USMLE scores, a copy of the ECFMG certificate, if applicable, a medical school transcript and a photograph.
Carol Singer, MD
Chief of Infectious Disease
Long Island Jewish Medical Center