The Clinical Clerkship Program builds on the concepts and knowledge developed during the first two years of the DO curriculum.
Through rotations in various medical fields—from pediatrics to anesthesiology—students are trained in working with diverse patient populations while cultivating their own interests and developing a well-rounded clinical skillset.
We have partnered with outstanding hospitals and facilities throughout the New York metro area and beyond to provide a highly structured clinical training program designed to prepare students for careers in osteopathic medicine.
DO students match to complete clinical rotations during their third and fourth years.
Third year core rotations include:
- Emergency Medicine
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
Fourth year core rotations include:
- Critical Care Medicine/Anesthesiology
- Internal Medicine Sub-internship
- Primary Care
- Surgery Sub-internship
TouroCOM partners with The New York Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Educational Consortium (NYCOMEC) in order to provide our students with exceptional Graduate Medical Education opportunities.
The COM’s GME Accountability Reports provide additional detailed information on our GME outcomes and initiatives.
|Gabriela Castro||Sarah Stoltz Kessler|
|Director of Clinical Education||Director of Clinical Education|
|230 West 125th Street||60 Prospect Avenue|
|New York, NY 10027||Middletown, NY 10940|
|Phone: (646) 981-4505||Phone: (845) 648-1211|
|Fax: (646) 495-3821||Fax: (845) 648-1019|