The Future of Primary Care
New York State—and the entire nation—needs many more primary care physicians, but all too often, medical students must choose different, higher-paying specialties because of the realities of student debt. We owe it to them, and to the communities who need their service, to put a career in primary care within their reach. That’s why NYU launched NYU Long Island School of Medicine in close collaboration with NYU Langone Health, NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island, and NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
New York State’s First Primary Care–Medical School
NYU Long Island School of Medicine is a new medical school on the NYU Langone Hospital—Long Island campus in Mineola, Long Island; its sole mission and purpose is to train and graduate outstanding primary care physicians.
The only school of its kind in New York State, NYU Long Island School of Medicine will help address the shortage of primary care physicians state- and nationwide by offering full-tuition scholarships to all; by providing well-rounded courses, clerkships, and learning experiences focused entirely on primary care; and by accelerating students’ education through our three-year curriculum and other innovative features.
Help Provide an Education in Primary Care That’s Second to None
Your gift will help NYU Long Island School of Medicine train primary care physicians who will deliver the very best care to patients and who will be prepared to become leaders in their local community and beyond.