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New York State Preventive Medicine Residency Program

The New York State Preventive Medicine Residency Program is jointly sponsored by the New York State Department of Health and the University at Albany (SUNY) School of Public Health. It prepares physicians for leadership careers in public health, providing a broad background in the academic and practical skills necessary to work effectively in the field.

The primary educational setting -- the New York State Department of Health -- is the one of the nation's largest, most comprehensive state health departments. Because of the wealth of programs operated by the Department, residents can tailor their course of study to meet their own interests in public health, with many dedicated public health professionals available to serve as advisors, teachers, and role models.

Program Director: Mary Applegate, MD MPH FACPM
Program Coordinator: Irina Khmelnitsky, MS

Office: Corning Tower 1882, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12237-0621
Phone: (518)474-1911
Fax: (518)474-3180
Email: iok01@health.state.ny.us

This site is under construction. It will eventually include useful materials for residents enrolled in the NYS Preventive Medicine Residency program.

If you are looking for information about the residency program -- admission requirements, elective opportunities for medical students, or further details about the residency program itself -- please visit our main website: http://www.albany.edu/sph/residencies/pmr/

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