Academics at Binghamton Clinical Campus
Clerkship rotations for medical students in Binghamton are identical in objectives, knowledge content and evaluation to those at the Syracuse campus. Students rotate through Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Neuroscience, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Surgery at UHS, Lourdes facilities, as well as private practices throughout the area.
Unique to the Binghamton Clinical Campus is the longitudinal Family Medicine clerkship. While students at the Syracuse campus complete a 5-week Family Medicine block clerkship, students in Binghamton have a year-long Family Medicine experience, spending half a day each week at their assigned clinical site. The longitudinal nature of the clerkship promotes strong relationships between students and preceptors and offers the opportunity to focus on continuity of care with patients.
|Contacting Binghamton Campus Academic Affairs|
|Leann M. Lesperance, MD, PhD
|Julia M. Milewski, MS
Academic Program Manager
|Kelly A. Cortright
Clerkship Administrator: Emergency Medicine, Surgery, OB/GYN and Pediatrics
|Donna A. Dranchok
Clerkship Administrator: Clinical Bioethics, Population Health and Family Medicine
|Maureen M. Savona
Clerkship Administrator: Internal Medicine, Neuroscience, Psychiatry
Academic Affairs Offices are located in Johnson City on the 5th floor of the Binghamton University Health Sciences Building.
Binghamton Clinical Campus
48 Corliss Avenue
Johnson City, New York 13790