We are thrilled to announce that a new rotation for our residency will be starting July 1, 2018 at the Castle Point VA in scenic Dutchess County, NY! Lead by Castle Point VA’s Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Dr. George Gombas, rotating residents will take part in the physiatric care of our country’s heroes and heroines. The rotation includes general PM&R clinic, pain clinic, EMGs, integrative medicine and interventional pain procedures and prosthetics, orthotics and wheel chair clinic which features an onsite prosthetist and prosthetics shop. The rotation also includes free housing in a VA provided house only a three minute walk from the VA campus!
On September 9, 2018 our residency, one of the oldest PM&R residencies in the country, celebrated its 66th year of ACGME accreditation!
Congratulations to Dr. Altschuler on being named an Associate Editor of the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation! https://journals.lww.com/ajpmr/Pages/editorialboard.aspx
Congratulations to residents Dr. Choi, Dr. Pham, Dr. Kaner Dr. Mohar, Dr. Tam, Dr. Lamagna, Speech Therapist Lara Goldstein, Occupational Therapist Rasha Kakish, Physical Therapist Tammy He, NYMC medical student Emily Hon and attending physicians Dr. Brahmbhatt, Dr. Islam and Dr. Altschuler on their presentation of nine posters at the February 2019 Association of Academic Physiatry meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico!