We’re sharing our passion for innovation, patient-centric care, and clinical excellence
At Phelps, we strive to enhance the personal and professional excellence of our staff through continuing education courses, our family medicine residency program, and emergency training services. We’re not only dedicated to providing exceptional clinical care, but also to serving our patients and their families with compassion and warmth. By training the next generation of healthcare providers, we hope to improve the health of our community.
Phelps Family Medicine Residency Program
Since its accreditation in 2011, the Phelps Family Medicine Residency Program has been instrumental in fulfilling the need for primary care physicians in New York State and beyond. More than 100 of our physicians have volunteered to teach in our program, and three of our graduates are now on the residency faculty team.
Our residency program is the first family medicine residency to be established in New York since 1995.
This program is the result of a collaborative effort between Phelps Hospital, Northwell Health, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine (the sponsoring academic institution) and Open Door Family Medical Centers. Open Door is a Federally Qualified Health Center and an industry leader in the medical home model. Two of our residents have gone on to practice there.
Our first class graduated in 2015 and our residents now practice medicine in hospitals, medical centers, and offices across the country. To learn more about the Phelps Family Medicine Residency Program, please visit http://phelpsresidency.org/.
The Hoch Center for Emergency Education is a state-of-the-art training facility
At Phelps Hospital, we provide numerous education and training programs for a variety of emergency healthcare professionals, including paramedics, EMTs, fire departments, and police. The Hoch Center for Emergency Education also designs custom programs for groups of six or more covering all professions in emergency medicine, and conducts training in our state-of-the-art facility.
Since 2009, the Hoch Center has been involved in a partnership with the Bhutan Foundation. This program allows several instructors to travel to Bhutan every year to provide emergency response training to doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers. Our education center is determined to fulfill the need for emergency education for all health professions. Our unique and advanced facility allows us to bring the most current techniques to emergency responders in our community and around the world.
Programs at the Hoch Center include:
- Basic and advanced EMS certification
- Community CPR and First Aid
- Heartsaver First Aid
- Family & Friends CPR
- Advanced medical education (ACLS, PALS)
- Hazardous materials medical response training
- Camp medical programs
- Specialty emergency medical education
Whatever people call us for, we try to provide. We are the content experts in emergency care.
- Anne Castioni, Emergency Medical Education Coordinator
We offer the following courses at the Hoch Center:
Medical and trauma care simulation on instructor-controlled mannequins is part of our program at the Hoch Center. We use ambulance and patient simulators to give students an experience that is as close to real life as possible.
Students will practice loading and unloading patients, providing treatment inside an ambulance, injecting “drugs” into patients, and treating a variety of issues such as cardiac arrest and constricted airways. The mannequins react to treatments in a variety of ways that are true-to-life and will prepare students for practicing real emergency medicine. Each scenario will be recorded, so instructors may provide useful feedback.