NYU founded Long Island Medical School in Winthrop

NYU founded Long Island Medical School in Winthrop

New York is planning to prepare a medical school at NYU Winthrop campus at Mineola in Long Island, which will focus on the medical care of children.

NYU Chairman, Andrew Hamilton, shared this program-to open a medical school in September-when the Senate was convened last week, the University student's report was reported.

NYU spokesman Langone Health confirmed that Hamilton had talked about the medical school at the conference and said the program would provide three more years. She refuses to ask for more information.

"We will not make a statement unless we confirm government and education information," she said.

NYU Medical School in Manhattan offers a successful program, which helps students reduce the cost.

This project was presented as part of the application to receive 1.6 million US dollars from regional budget funding from the state. The statement stated that the cost would be $ 8 million.

NYU said in August that it would provide all students with basic secondary and secondary schools without their need. He said he had increased $ 450m to $ 600 million, including $ 100 million from Kenneth Langone, who founded Home Depot. The spokesman said he could not comment on whether the students would receive a free gift at the Mineola Stadium.

Medical school will be attending medical programs at Long Island: Stony Brook Medicine School, Zucker School of Medicine in Hofstra / Northwell in Hempstead and NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine in Long Island in Old Westbury.

Many medical schools have been opened in recent years in the area. The Center of Medicine of Hackensack Meridian at the University of Seton Hall welcomed the first experience in its site across Nutley and Clifton, N.J., in July. Marist University said in September that she would set up a medical school with health care in Poughkeepsie in 2022.

The CUNY Business Center in Harlem has grown in four years in 2016.

"NYU founded Long Island Medical School in Winthrop"originally appeared in Crain's New York Business.