Program Director: Craig Warshall, MD
The Long Island Jewish Medical Center shares the title of clinical and academic hub of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System. It is an 829-bed voluntary, non-profit tertiary care teaching hospital serving the greater metropolitan New York area, Queens and Long Island. The 48-acre campus is located in New Hyde Park, 15 miles east of Manhattan on the border of Queens and Nassau Counties. LIJ comprises three divisions: Long Island Jewish Hospital, a 452-bed tertiary adult care hospital with advanced diagnostic and treatment technology and modern facilities for medical, surgical, dental and obstetrical care; Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York for pediatrics, and the Zucker Hillside Hospital or psychiatric care.
The neuroradiology fellowship program is 12 months long and consists of three months of CT, four months of MR, three months of procedures, two weeks of interventional neuroradiology with additional added time if desired or needed, one month of neurosonography (including vascular songography) and two weeks of PET/CT.