The History of New York Medical College highlights the College's rich history of excellence and diversity in medical education and heritage as the oldest and largest private health sciences institution in the United States.
New York Medical College (NYMC) is pleased to announce the grand opening of its new Café in the Basic Sciences Building is set for Wednesday, May 29.
The 31st Annual Convocation of Thanks on May 10, provided students an opportunity to express thanks to the families of their first patients.
It was an unusually chilly morning on May 14, but the New York Medical College (NYMC) community filled the tent with warm spirits and collegiality as a collective gesture of appreciation for the years of service provided by their colleagues.
On May 15, members of the New York Medical College (NYMC) community came together to commemorate Jewish American Heritage Month.
It’s an impressive feat for anyone to get published in an academic journal, even more so to be published as a student—yet three impressive New York Medical College (NYMC) students recently achieved just that.
The Department of Family and Community Medicine hosted its Seventh Annual Research Day on May 8 to showcase the work that students, residents, fellows and faculty performed in clinics, hospitals and community-based organizations that are relevant to the primary health care of individuals.
Remembering the Holocaust, Restoring Jewish Heritage and Making Sure That ‘Never Again’ is Given Meaning
New York Medical College’s (NYMC) menagerie of storybook-themed animals—which are covered throughout the winter—were recently unveiled for spring.
Forty-four future doctors of physical therapy took to the podium to present their projects at the 15th Annual Doctoral Project Presentation Day on April 18.