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Yearly Schedule/On Call

The goal of the program is to provide high quality comprehensive training in Clinical Neurology with a strong foundation in basic Neurosciences. The 4-year program is structured to provide progressive education in Clinical Neurosciences with increasing levels of patient care responsibilities. The Resident spends the first year in Internal Medicine to obtain a broad clinical experience in general internal medicine. The second year resident will spend the majority of time on adult inpatient services (stroke, epilepsy and general neurology). The required 1-month rotation in Psychiatry and one month of outpatient experience is also offered in the second year. The third year provides subspecialty training in neurocritical care, clinical neurophysiology (EEG-EMG), radiology, and child neurology. At the fourth year level the Resident is well prepared to provide inpatient neurology consultations to other departments. Residents are offered a 3-month elective during their training during their Third and Fourth year.


  • 6 months IM
  • 5 months IM/ subspecialties
  • 1 month vacation

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  • 6 months IP/Stroke service
  • 3 months Epilepsy/EEG service
  • 1 month Psychiatry rotation
  • 1 month Outpatient
  • 1 month Vacation


  • 2 months IP/Stroke service
  • 1 month Epilepsy service
  • 2 months Child Neurology
  • 1 month EMG
  • 1 month Elective
  • 1 month Consult Service
  • 1 month Neuro Critical Care
  • 2 months Outpatient
  • 1 month vacation


  • 1 month Child Neurology
  • 2 months Elective
  • 7 months Consults
  • 1 month Critical Care
  • 1 month Vacation

Duty Hours

The New York Medical College Neurology training program @ Westchester Medical Center strictly adheres to the NYS 405 resident work hour policy and ACGME requirements.

Residents are on-call for a 24 hour period and are post call the following day. The residents are provided an on-call room in the main hospital close to the Neuroscience Floor.