PREPARING FOR YOUR VISIT
What to Expect
If you have specific academic interests and would like to meet with specific faculty members, please contact the Child Neurology Administrative Coordinator, Ms. Stephanie Tejada (firstname.lastname@example.org) with this request.
The 5-year Categorical Child Neurology residency program is for individuals who seek to do all their pediatric and neurological training at Columbia University Medical Center. The program allows residents to complete their preliminary pediatric training (2 years), perform electives, attend conferences, and interact with the Department of Neurology. PGY1 and PGY2 Pediatric preliminary residents each rotate on the Child Neurology consultation service at CUMC during their internship year.
Applicants interested in the categorical Child Neurology–Pediatrics residency program interview in the Neurology Department and also participate in a separate half-day applicant session conducted by the Department of Pediatrics, usually scheduled for the Friday morning followed by the Friday afternoon Child Neurology interview day.
Please contact Ms. Stephanie Tejada, Child Neurology Administrative Coordinator, if you would like us to set up your visit to the Department of Pediatrics at email@example.com.
Dinner – Resident Meet & Greet:
Applicants are invited to attend dinner at a Manhattan restaurant with our residents the evening before your interview day. This is an opportunity to meet residents outside the hospital in an informal setting. Details of social events will be sent to you once your interview date is scheduled, if you are not able to attend you will still have the opportunity to meet with the residents and faculty during our welcome luncheon on the date of your interview.
For More Information please feel free to contact us with questions:
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
Neurology Residency Training Program
710 West 168th Street, Suite 1402
New York, New York 10032
Where to Stay
> List of preferred NYC hotels
The subway unlimited pass is the way most residents travel. The approximate riding times vary based on time of day traveling, neighborhood and apartment proximity to a subway stop. From Tribeca, 35 minutes on the subway when it is express (after 6:30). From Midtown West, the commute is 25 minutes before 6:30am and 20 minutes on the express. From UWS, 10-15 minutes on the subway, and 0-10 minutes to walk to the station depending where you live. From Riverdale, it takes 5-10 minutes to walk to the subway and a 10-12 minute subway ride. From the West Village, it takes 30 minutes if express and 40 minutes if local trains are running. If living in the Upper East Side or really the East Side in general, most people drive, which only takes 15 or minutes or less depending on traffic. And of course when you're running late, there are always taxis! Depending where you live, the fares can range from $5-$30.
> Public transportation
Where to Park
> Medical Center parking garage