Residency Program

The two-year pediatric dentistry residency program, started after graduation from dental school, immerses dentists in scientific study and clinical experience. The trainee learns advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures, along with child psychology and clinical management, oral pathology, child-related pharmacology, radiology, child development, management of oral/facial trauma, care for patients with special needs, conscious sedation and general anesthesia.

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Staten Island University Hospital

Staten Island University Hospital
Staten Island University Hospital
475 Seaview Ave.
Staten Island, New York 10305
Phone: (718) 226-9877
Fax: 7182268051
Email: riospa1@northwell.edu

Program Length and Number of Positions

This is a 24-month program commencing July 1 of each year. Three new positions are offered each year.

Program Type

Hospital-based certificate program

Application

The application deadline is October of the preceding matriculation. Application should be submitted through PASS. The program does not participate in MATCH.

Description

The Staten Island University Hospital Pediatric Dental Residency Program is hospital based with a strong emphasis on the integration of clinical service with didactic knowledge. Extensive exposure to all aspects of pediatric dental care is available, including developmentally disabled children and adults, minor and major trauma, sedation, and operating room exposure.

Curriculum

Courses, lectures, seminars, intra-hospital department rotations, clinical rounds and conferences comprise the didactic aspects of the program. Hospital rotations in Pediatric Medicine, Anesthesia, Neonatal ICU and the Emergency Department serve to integrate the Pediatric Dental resident into the hospital mainstream.

Program Stipend and Tuition

The first year stipend is $65,000 plus fringe benefits. The second year stipend is $67,000 plus fringe benefits.

Facilities

The clinical training and special needs is performed in the dental department at Staten Island University Hospital north site as well as conscious sedation cases. Complete oral rehabilitation is performed in ambulatory surgery.

Admission Requirements

Applicants must fulfill the following requirements to be considered for admission:
1.DDs or DMD from a accredited dental school.
2.Three letters of recommendation (submitted through PASS)
3. Dental education transcripts (submitted through PASS)
4. Personal interview
5. Prior General Practice Residency experience

Program Strengths

• Diverse patient population
• Modern and well equipped facilities
• Multi-disciplinary training under the supervision of specialty trained attending dentists
• Comprehensive rotations through the departments of pediatric medicine, anesthesia and emergency medicine
• Extensive operating room experience
• Comprehensive training in management of the special care patient
• Comprehensive training in orthodontics and growth guidance

Program Faculty

Dr. Rachel Iospa *
Dr. Michelle Flanigan *
Dr. Michelle Giumenta



School Profile

Program Type: Hospital-based
Program Director: Part-Time
Board Certified
Program Faculty: 1 Full-Time
10 Part-Time
8 Board Certified
Program Length: 24 Total Months
Program Accreditation: Approved
State Licensure: none
Number of Entering Positions: 3
Tuition In-State: 0.00 First Year
0.00 Second Year
0.00 Third Year
Tuition Out-Of-State: 0.00 First Year
0.00 Second Year
0.00 Third Year
Salary/Stipend: 72,000.00 First Year
7,400.00 Second Year
Application: October 1 Deadline
Participant in National
Matching Service:
No
Participant in PASS: Yes
Only US citizens from ADA
accredited dental schools
considered:
Yes
US citizens from foreign dental
schools considered:
No
Non-US citizens from ADA
accredited dental schools
considered:
No
Non-US citizens from foreign
dental schools considered:
No
Acceptance Applicant Ratio: 3 out of 63 applicants
Clinic Experience: Orthodontics
Conscious Sedation
Hospital Rotations
General Anesthesia
Emergency Call
Operating Room
Oral Surgery
Infant Oral Health
Medically Compromised
Mentally Disabled
Craniofacial Disorders
Physically Disabled
Outreach
Public Health
Minimal and Moderate Sedations
Special Health Care Needs
Behavior Guidance
Didactic Experience: Seminars
Literature Review
Courses
Case Conferences
Lectures
Research Requirement: Thesis
Data Collection Project
Case Report
Teaching Experience: 4 hrs Clinic Half-Days
Facilities: 14 Chair/Operatories
5 Clinic Receptionist
14 Dental Assistants
1 Dental Hygienists