Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine is proud to deliver the MD curriculum for the six-year medical degree integrated and certificate training pathway in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Northwell Health. This program is for those individuals who have earned a DDS or DMD. The six-year curriculum also integrates the ability to earn a medical degree and complete a one-year internship in general surgery recognized by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Those residents in the six-year pathway receive transfer credit for selected course work in dental school. These residents are enrolled in our customized cutting-edge medical school curriculum designed to complement the residency surgical curriculum. For more information, visit Residency in Oral Maxillofacial Surgery at Northwell Health.

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  • Year I - 7 months OMS, 5 months medical school and EMT training
  • Year II - 3 months OMS, 9 months medical school
  • Year III - 12 months medical school
  • Year IV - 4 months medical school, 5 months anesthesia, 3 months OMS
  • Year V - General surgery junior OMS resident
  • Year VI - Chief OMS resident
  • Year I - 9 months OMS, 2 months internal medicine, 1 month pediatric perioperative medicine
  • Year II - 4 months OMS, 4 months general surgery, 4 months anesthesia
  • Year III - 1 month pediatric anesthesia, 8 months OMS, 2 months plastic and reconstructive surgery, 1 month head and neck surgery 
  • Year IV - Chief OMS resident