NuHealth’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology has a rich heritage of resident education, community service and faculty members dedicated to the educational mission of the residency program.
Resident education here is characterized by formal teaching, direct clinical supervision, and graduated patient responsibility. There is broad exposure to basic obstetrics and gynecology, all of the subspecialties, excellent clinical and surgical volume, and a strong emphasis on the ambulatory health care of women. Residents participate in the care of all patients, with the goal of becoming competent and sensitive health care providers. Our subspecialty divisions include Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Gynecology Oncology, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Urogynecology and Gynecologic Laparoscopy. There is also an experienced cadre of full-time generalists in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and many voluntary staff members, all of whom have a strong interest in resident education and research.
We encourage you to become familiar with the exceptional educational opportunities available
within our program.
Chaur-Dong Hsu, MD, MPH, FACOG
Peter Hong, MD
The residency program is a fully accredited, independent, four-year program. It has 16 categorical residents and one preliminary resident. The program has affiliation with South Nassau Communities Hospital, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
The Division of Obstetrics provides a broad scope of clinical care in Perinatal Medicine. This includes, but is not limited to, prenatal genetic counseling and testing. We provide Prenatal Diagnosis and Intervention, Antepartum Testing, and High-Risk Obstetric care. The Division of Gynecology provides services in Gynecology Oncology, Urogynecology and Pelvic Floor Surgeries, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and Minimally Invasive Surgery. We also provide Colposcopy evaluation and treatment.
PGY1 residents spend the entire year at NuHealth. They have three months of obstetrics on the day tour, and three months of obstetrics on the night tour. They rotate on the Gynecology Service for three months, and on the Ambulatory Services (Medicine, Breast Clinic and Prenatal Diagnostic Unit) for three months.
PGY2 residents rotate on the Gynecology Services for three months, Family Planning for three months, and Gynecology ER for three months. They also rotate at South Nassau Communities Hospital for three months to cover the Obstetric and Gynecologic Service.
PGY3 residents rotate on Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Service for three months, the Antepartum Service for three months, and South Nassau Communities Hospital for three months. There is a one-month rotation at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and a two-month rotation on the Prenatal Diagnostic Unit, with day-tour Emergency Room consultative duties.
PGY4 residents spend three months on Obstetrical Service day tour, and three months on Obstetrical Service night tour. They spend three months on Gynecology rotation, and three months on Gynecology Oncology rotation.
Chaur-Dong Hsu, MD, MPH, FACOG Chairman
Subspecialty: Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Peter Hong, MD, FACOG Program Director
Subspecialty: Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Elsie Santana-Fox, MD, FACOG Associate Program Director
General Obstetrics & Gynecology
Vinette Greenland, MD (Director of Obstetrics & Quality Assurance)
Maggie Tetrokalashvili, MD (Director of Gynecology and Research)
Lennox Bryson, MD (Co-Director of Clinical Affairs)
Elsie Santana-Fox, MD (Director of Education)
Marilyn Robertson, MD (Director of Ambulatory Gynecology & Faculty Practice)
Yasmeen Nazli, MD
Snezhana Mullokandov, MD
Scott Stanislawski, MD
Marc Behar, MD
Pau Liu, MD, JD (Director)
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Maggie Tetrokalashvili, MD, FACOG
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Maggie Tetrokalashvili, MD
Phone: (516) 572-6254
Facsimile: (516) 572-3124