Office of Undergraduate Medical Education
New York Medical College continues to be a leader in providing opportunities for students to learn in primary care settings and in guiding students in considering careers in the generalist disciplines: general internal medicine, family medicine, general pediatrics, and medicine-pediatrics. The College was one of the first to provide first- and second-year experiences in community-based primary care settings where students work one-on-one with generalist preceptors to learn the core skills of clinical medicine, including communication skills, history-taking and physical diagnosis.
The educational objectives and key competencies of the College reflect the central importance of attaining generalist competencies that are the foundational clinical knowledge and skills required of all students regardless of their ultimate career choice.
Office of Undergraduate Medical Education and Primary Care
New York Medical College
Munger Pavilion, Suite 600
Valhalla, NY 10595
Jennifer Koestler, M.D.
Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education
Gary Stallings, M.D.
Assistant Dean for Clinical Sciences
Sally Schwab, Ph.D., M.S.W.
Course Director, Foundations of Clinical Medicine I,
Director, Primary Care Faculty Development and Curriculum
Ofelia Martinez, M.D., M.P.H.
Course Director, Foundations of Clinical Medicine II
Pamela Ludmer, M.D.
Course Director, Year Four Curriculum
Administrator, Education Program Coordinator
Ms. Patricia Thornton
Page Updated: August 26, 2013