Albany Med Internal Medicine & Pediatrics Office
Our ambulatory office is located in Cohoes, which is about 10 miles north of Albany. Staffed by our Med-Peds faculty, it is a Patient Centered Medical Home for over 12,000 patients and a home away from home for our residents. The residents develop and maintain their own panel of patients; among these are patients that the residents care for during their inpatient, newborn nursery and emergency department rotations. Interns attend continuity clinic one session per week while residents attend two sessions per week. The PCMH residency practice has a dedicated nurse and administrative support staff to help with day-to-day patient coordination. The practice also has support from three registered nurses who provide case management for complex patients, lactation counseling, and diabetes management. Also available within our Internal Medicine & Pediatrics office is our Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, adult and pediatric behavioral health, cardiology, and access to echocardiography.
The Bernard & Miller Duker Children’s Hospital
The Bernard and Millie Duker Children’s Hospital is a Children’s Hospital within a hospital; it consists of 140 physicians who serve as teaching staff, represent 34 pediatric subspecialty services and are involved in both clinical and basic science research. The Children’s Hospital has 125 beds and sees over 5,000 admissions each year, including 1,500 PICU and 800 NICU admissions annually. Together, the Children’s Hospital faculty and residents care for 100,000 outpatient visits annually. The Massry Family Children’s Emergency Center, the only pediatric emergency department in northeastern New York and western New England opened its facilities in 2018 to provide emergency care exclusively to children and teenagers. Our state-of-the-art NICU and PICU, Child Cancer Program, Pediatric AIDS Program and Congenital Heart Disease Program are the only ones of their kind in the region. Our Children’s Hospital is also a state and nationally-recognized Accredited Cystic Fibrosis Center, Sickle Cell & Hemoglobinopathy Treatment Center, Genetic & Metabolism Treatment Center, and Lead-Poisoning and Environmental Health Resource Center.
Albany Medical Center Hospital
The Department of Medicine has over 70 full-time faculty members. The general internists schedule more than 11,500 annual outpatient visits and maintain busy inpatient and consult services. The subspecialists receive over 37,500 outpatient referrals annually, in addition to providing an extensive range of hospital consult services. The department maintains the region’s only comprehensive hemophilia program and bone marrow transplantation program.
Albany Medical Center Hospital is the primary site for all inpatient rotations in medicine. Residents serve on the general medicine floors, cardiac and medical intensive care units and hematology/oncology unit during their inpatient rotations. In addition, residents gain exposure to both inpatient and outpatient management of patients through rotations in all of the subspecialties. A robust quality improvement initiative through the Department of Medicine has allowed residents to become intimately involved in achieving the highest levels of care and safety for all patients at the Albany Medical Center Hospital.
The Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) for the Albany region is located across the street from Albany Medical Center. The Medicine faculties in both institutions often collaborate on clinical and research activities. The resident experience is greatly enriched by exposure to the veteran population and their spectrum of diseases. Residents have the opportunity to rotate through inpatient and ICU services, as well as subspecialties such as hematology/oncology, rheumatology, neurology and infectious disease.
The Capital District
Albany and the Capital Region have it all. The City of Albany and the Capital Region offer unlimited opportunities for personal as well as professional growth. The ability to offer its residents, and visitors alike, world-class cultural venues in a metropolitan setting alongside outdoor recreational activities and breathtaking scenic backdrops is why the region is considered the Crown Jewel of the Mohawk Valley. There are lots of outdoor activities including everything from hiking and skiing to biking and walking trails. There are broadway shows, concert venues as well as an abundance of trendy restaurants and craft breweries. We invite you to explore the area with us.
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