Residents spend one half-day per week during their first year and two half-days per week during their second and third year in resident continuity clinic. This ambulatory experience at one of two medical homes allow the residents to function as the primary care physician to diverse families from all over Long Island. Residents follow the same children for both health supervision and sick visits as part of their panel of patients.
Winthrop Pediatric Associates has been the primary continuity training site for the residency since 1987. This hybrid practice (private practice and resident continuity clinic) serves families from Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties. NICU High Risk Clinic and adolescent health specialist are co-located in the same office. The Reach Out and Read program has been onsite since 2001.
NYU Winthrop Hempstead Pediatric Center is a high accredited community-based practice located four miles from NYU Winthrop Hospital. The center provides general pediatric services to an underserved population that is approximately 78 percent Latinx, many of them immigrants who experienced trauma in their home countries. The center has licensed social workers, along with a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, to help treat children with mental health concerns.