Facilities & Operations

All issues pertaining to TouroCOM Harlem facilities should be reported to the Facilities Manager: facilities.harlem@touro.edu

All issues pertaining to TouroCOM Middletown facilities should be reported to the Facilities Manager: facilities.middletown@touro.edu

Facilities Committee

There is in place a Facilities Committee that meets regularly to review a) overall facilities concerns, b) management of, and c) responses to all reported facilities issues at the COM. Following are the committee members for academic year 2018-2019.

Harlem Subcommittee:

Chair: Dr. Todd Levi

Committee Members:

  • Cesare Lucido, Facilities Manager
  • Ana Morillo, Administrative Support
  • Dr. David Colbourne, Department of Primary Care
  • Dr. Jeffrey Gardere, Department of Basic Sciences
  • Dr. Susan Milani, Department of OMM
  • Dr. Sushama Rich, Department of Anatomy
  • Dr. Grace Vasconez-Pereira, Department of OMM
  • Dr. Luis Vidal, Department of Anatomy
  • Nicholas Vanterpool, Department of Anatomy
  • Dr. Nadege Dady, Dean of Student Affairs
  • Dr. Piotr Kozlowski, Dean of Research

Student Representatives on the Facilities Committee:

  • Sercan Ture
  • Derek Salud

Middletown Subcommittee:

Chair: Oana Rosenthal

Committee Members:

  • Robert Dickman, Facilities Manager
  • Janica Janssen, Administrative Support
  • Dr. Joyce Brown, Department of Primary Care
  • Dr. Dennis Burke, Department of OMM
  • Dr. David Manna, Department of Basic Sciences
  • Dr. Jeff Martin, Department of Basic Sciences
  • Dr. Martin Torrents, Department of OMM
  • Dr. David Yens, Research
  • Dr. Stephanie Zeszutek, Department of Primary Care
  • Kelly Kohler, Simulation
  • Dr. Stephen Jones, Preclinical Dean
  • Dr. Kenneth Steier, Executive Dean

Student Representatives on the Facilities Committee:

  • Nikeith Shah
  • Harman Sawhney

Property Damage (Conduct) Violations

Damage to the property is considered a conduct violation.  The following acts with respect to the property are considered to be violations of unacceptable student professional conduct for which disciplinary action may be taken as provided hereinabove.

  • Physical abuse of any person on College property, or conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person
  • Theft of, or damage to property of a member of the College on campus, or theft of, or damage to, property of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

The full list of conduct violations can be found in Student Handbook.