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Welcome, School of Health Sciences and Practice Alumni!

Message from the Dean
Vice President for Government Affairs
Dean, School of Health Sciences and Practice

Maintaining or renewing close ties with your fellow alumni becomes increasingly important as the years go by. That’s why I encourage you to stay actively involved with your medical alma mater.

As one of more than 19,000 graduates of New York Medical College, you’re part of a powerful network of alumni who live and work in your community and around the world. Our graduates include one state commissioner of health care access, two county commissioners of health, twelve presidents and chief executive officers of healthcare organizations, two department chairs, and one college president, among many other illustrious individuals.

Everything you need to stay connected to the College is right here. Want to find out about coming events or read the latest alumni class notes? Need to update your contact information orshare your professional or personal milestones? Looking for a former classmate or planning a campus visit? Just click on a link, and we’ll be happy to help you.

I also urge you to give back to the College and the next generation of students through your generous financial support. Make a gift today. There are numerous ways to help.

Professor Annette Choolfaian RN, MPA, Endowed Scholarship
Professor Choolfaian has recently retired after an illustrious and accomplished career of more than 20 years at NYMC. This scholarship will pay tribute to the differences she has and will continue to make for the NYMC Community. To learn more about this effort, please visit the Annette Choolfaian Scholarship page

Stay Connected
Keep your contact information up-to-date to get the latest news about SHSP Alumni events and news by using our online update form.

For more information, please email SHSPAlumni@nymc.edu or call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 914-594-4550.