Internal Medicine Residency Training Program
Gary W. Stallings II, M.D., M.P.H., FACP
Third Year Medicine Clerkship Director
Senior Associate Program Director, WMC Internal Medicine Residency
New York Medical College
Westchester Medical Center
Dr. Gary Stallings is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at New York Medical College and an Attending Physician at the University Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, the Academic Medical Center of New York Medical College. He is recognized by his peers and residents as a charismatic attending who is passionate about teaching and widely admired for his unique and exciting approach to teaching medicine. As a Hospitalist Educator, Dr. Stallings is able to inspire and instill the art and science of medicine in his residents and students. Soon after joining the New York Medical College in 2008, he was appointed as Assistant Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency. He quickly rose through the ranks to become the Senior Associate Director of the Residency program and Site Director for the third year medicine clerkship. Dr Frishman appointed Dr Stallings as the new Director of the third year Medicine Clerkship in recognition of his outstanding teaching talents and dedication to the students of New York Medical College. This appointment is effective July 1, 2012.
Dr. Stallings received his MD and MPH from the Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana and was elected as Chief Resident of the Internal Medicine Residency Program following hurricane Katrina. Dr. Stallings' experience during the rebuilding of New Orleans and Tulane and University hospitals has given him a unique perspective and approach to the many challenges faced daily in the field of internal medicine.
Outside of work, Dr. Stallings spends time with his wife, Dr. Alison Stallings, a Dermatologist in Tarrytown, NY, family and friends. When he is not at work or with his family, he is likely on his mountain bike in the beautiful woods of Westchester.
June 11, 2012