Learn and train with our team of experts!

Progressive Emergency Physicians began the Physician Assistant Fellowship in the fall of 2015. Our program offers the opportunity to learn from our experts across multiple sites for training in a diverse clinical environment. These sites range in size from 30,000 to 90,000 visits. Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (GSHMC) is the primary teaching site. GSHMC is an academic medical center, ACS verified Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, and has a dedicated Pediatric ED. Other clinical sites provide the opportunity to train in a variety of emergency medicine environments.

Locations: Multiple sites in lower New York including:

  • Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center – West Islip, NY
  • St. Joseph Hospital – Bethpage, NY
  • Mercy Medical Center – Rockville Centre, NY
  • St. Francis Hospital – Port Washington, NY
  • Long Island Community Hospital – Patchogue, NY


Our program includes didactic lectures that cover the content of the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. Training includes ACLS, PALS, ATLS certifications, emergency ultrasound, simulation-based learning and an emergency airway course. The clinical rotations include an Emergency Department based program with clinical training in the main Emergency Department, FastTrack, Pediatrics and Observation Medicine units.

Additional Details

Class Start Dates: Rolling Admissions
Program Length: 18 months
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Optional Vision, 401K Match
CME: $1500/year
Job Type: Full Time

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