Tony Lin MD; Resident; Robert Macek MD.

Resident Tony Lin, MD (left), with associate program director Robert Macek, MD, gained valuable experience rotating through sites including a cancer center, sports medicine institute and children’s hospital.

During your rotations, you’ll train with expert physicians in a multitude of clinical settings, acquiring the skills you need to confidently practice in any setting.

You will learn to manage patients with alcohol and other substance use disorders, including prescribed medications and other non-proprietary drug use.
In an unopposed clinical environment you’ll care for patients with pediatric conditions commonly seen in office practice, as well as inpatients.
This rotation equips you to perform surgical procedures common to the ambulatory care setting.
In a state-of-the-art cardiac care unit, you’ll learn how to manage patients with cardiac disease.
During this rotation, you’ll work one-on-one with patients in a private cardiology practice and perform a variety of cardiac tests and techniques, including stress tests.
Our rotation in community medicine introduces you to the variety of medical and social services available to patients in the community.
Working one-on-one with a well-respected dermatologist in a high-volume practice, you’ll learn how to diagnose and treat acute and chronic skin conditions.
This rotation places you on the front lines of the region’s busiest emergency room, where you’ll work alongside board-certified physicians to gain competence in the initial management of medical emergencies.
Your training in endocrinology takes you to New York State’s largest academic diabetic unit, where you’ll work with a world-renowned expert on diabetes and obesity to manage and treat patients with a variety of endocrine disorders.
You’ll experience daily office practice during this two-week rotation, which complements the core clinical training you receive in your home clinic throughout residency.
The outpatients you see in your family medicine clinic will experience continuity of care as you manage their conditions in an inpatient setting.
You’ll learn the geriatrician’s approach to diagnosing, evaluating and treating conditions seen in older patients.
As you learn to care for female patients, you’ll counsel them on matters related to growth and development, menstruation, contraception, pregnancy and preventive health.
Working with a recognized leader in headache treatment and research, you’ll learn to how to recognize the most common primary headaches, differentiate between primary and secondary headaches and manage a variety of neurological disorders.
During this first-year rotation, you’ll become fully integrated into the care team at one of the country’s leading pediatric hospitals.
You’ll gain ample procedural experience and work with skilled surgeons throughout this rotation.
Training in the region’s leading medical intensive care unit, you’ll work closely with intensivists, fellows and residents from other departments.
You’ll provide pre- and postnatal care for your patients and help manage their labor and delivery during this first-year rotation.
You’ll care for a high-volume of refugee and low-income patients at a dedicated children’s hospital.
You’ll meet our faculty and staff during orientation, learn how to use the electronic health record system and receive help starting your clinical practice.
This rotation emphasizes the ambulatory practice of orthopedics.
Training in a specialized cancer institute, you’ll learn to provide inpatient palliative care to patients with advanced illness.
Your rotation in the pediatric emergency room gives you the opportunity to work as a first responder in a dedicated pediatric emergency department.
This rotation places you in a dedicated pediatric urgent care facility, where you’ll diagnose and treat acute illnesses and injuries.
Rotating through five clinical sites, you’ll gain proficiency in commonly used diagnostic imaging techniques and procedures.
Participating in the full scope of rehabilitation care, you’ll collaborate with specialists in the field as you familiarize yourself with different treatment modalities.
Working in a high-volume clinic, you’ll gain competence diagnosing and treating injuries specific to sports and exercise in patients of all ages.
Our four-week surgical subspecialty rotation includes modules in ophthalmology, otolaryngology and urology.
We offer you four and a half months of electives during your second and third years of residency.