Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center

Program Description

Type of Program

Good Samaritan Hospital is an academic community hospital located in Long Island, NY. It is a level 2 Trauma Center and a NYS Stroke Center, and is among the largest providers of emergency medical care on Long Island; treating more than 90,000 patients annually.

There is an Emergency Medicine residency at GSH that is a 4-year program with 4 - 6 residents per year.

Fellows will be employed by Progressive Emergency Physicians which offers unique benefits and opportunities to the individuals in training.

Year Fellowship Started:

2015

Ultrasound Program Status

Division of Emergency Ultrasound within the Department of Emergency Medicine

Number of Ultrasound Faculty:

Notable Faculty

Christopher Raio, MD MBA FACEP
Past Chair, ACEP Ultrasound
Past Chair SAEM Ultrasound Interest Group
Senior Member, AIUM
Chairman of Department of Emergency Medicine at GSHMC

Robert Bramante, MD
Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Alternate Councillor, ACEP Ultrasound Section
ACEP US newsletter section editor

Rober Gekle, MD
Associate Director, Emergency Ultrasound

Michael Felicetta, DO
Director, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Radhika Malhotra, MD
Director, Resident Education

Veena Modayil, MD
Adam Ash, DO

Ultrasound Fellowship Education

Ultrasound education is delivered in the Department of Emergency Medicine by faculty with years of ultrasound experience. Quality assurance video review sessions are held where all EM ultrasound examinations are reviewed by emergency ultrasound faculty in conjunction with the fellows in training. Fellows are also exposed to multiple additional courses and training opportunities throughout their fellowship. An emphasis will be placed on administrative and leadership aspects of running an ultrasound program.

Do you bill for ultrasounds?

In process

Do you require follow up imaging for patients who get ultrasounds?

We do not require follow-up imaging for exams performed by credentialed providers. Follow-up imaging is required for all studies performed by practitioners that are not yet credentialed.

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