Points of Interest 
Conference House                                        
Historic Richmond Town
Staten Island Botanical Garden
Staten Island Zoo
(largest reptile exhibit on the east coast)

Shopping and Dining        
Staten Island Mall
Hundreds of Restaurants
Manhattan- Just a free ferry ride away  

Beaches & Fishing   
South Beach
Midland Beach
Great Kills Park & Beach
Wolf's Pond Park & Beach
Fishing Piers at various locations  

Hiking & Nature 
Blue Heron Park
Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve
The Greenbelt
Gateway National Recreation Area

Parks & Recreation   

Clove Lakes Park
LaTourette Golf Course
Silver Lake Park & Golf Course
South Shore Golf Course
Willowbrook Park & the Carousel for all Children
Faber Park Pool
Joseph L. Lyons Pool
Tottenville Pool
West Brighton Pool
Tennis Courts at various locations
Useful Links:

American Board of Internal Medicine
American College of Physicians 
National Resident Matching Program
United States Medical Licensing Examination 

Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
About Staten Island

Arts & Culture
CSI Center for the Arts
Council on the Arts & Humanities- COAHSI
Snug Harbor Cultural Centeraq

Alice Austen House
Garibaldi-Meucci Museum
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
Noble Maritime Collection
Sandy Ground Historical Society
Staten Island Children's Museum
Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences
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Richmond University Medical Center is located in a residential area along the North Shore of Staten Island. The community itself maintains a unique flavor, close to the activity of Manhattan, yet with a country-like atmosphere of parks, wooded areas and small town living. Unlike many other sections of New York City, Staten Island has an abundance of good neighborhood private and public schools where stable, high quality teaching skills provide for a strong and diversified educational system.

Opportunities for relaxed family life and individual recreation are in great supply with the availability of boating, horseback riding, the Staten Island Zoo, nature trails, historical tours, golf courses, tennis courts, and a variety of playing fields.

The excitement and flavor of Manhattan are only a brief ferryboat ride across the Hudson River channel, or a short drive over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, while the Jersey Shore is just a few hours away via Staten Island's three New Jersey crossings: the Goethals Bridge, the Bayonne Bridge and the Outerbridge Crossing. You'll enjoy living in Staten Island and working at Richmond University Medical Center.