Family Practice

Name Title Credits School
MTFP 501 Med Interviewing 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 502 Physical Diag 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 503 Basic Life Supp 0.50 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 505 FP 1/Hist Med Tm 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 506 Physical Diagnosis 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 510 Intro Family Prac 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 601 FP II/Prob Solvg 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 602 Inf Control 0.50 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 603 FP/Medical Skill 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 604 Fam Prac II 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 605 Adv Card Lfe Sup 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 606 Medical Spanish 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 607 Sports Medicine 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 608 HIPAA 0.50 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 610 Int Problem Solv 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 612 Med Comm EPP 1.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 625 Introduction to Family Medicine 10.00 College of Osteopathic Med
Family medicine is the foundation of a family's health care and wellness. The family physician provides comprehensive, continuous primary health care to all members of the family throughout the course of their lives. Family physicians care for patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly, men and women, and all medical problems. The specialty integrates biological, clinical, and behavioral sciences. This course aims to develop a strong foundation to a career as a family physician by understanding the scope and the role that the physician plays in the community.

MTFP 635 Longitudinal Problem Based Family Medicine Seminar 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
The family medicine physician must have diagnostic skills that are able to span the breadth for primary car. To that extent, the physician must know how to request appropriate information and tests to make a diagnosis. In this course, students will be assigned to a group of 5 students and each group will have a faculty mentor. The faculty mentor will be provided with all details of an actual patient case and the students will participate in discussion, only provided with information when asked in an appropriate setting. The students will become familiar with challenges faced in an outpatient setting. Over the course of each case study the students will be challenged with receiving results for tests or outcomes in a simulated time scenario as well.

MTFP 645 Longitudinal Family Medicine Office Practicum 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
Family Medicine is the foundation of a family's health care and wellness. A cornerstone of family medicine is the continuity of care in an outpatient setting. In this setting, the student will develop a longitudinal relationship to both patients and their mentor. In addition, the students will meet as a group to share their experiences and present an encounter with a patient.

MTFP 701 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice/Outreach 5.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This five-week clerkship provides students with broad-based experience in the provision of primary health care in a College of Osteopathic Medicine- operated ambulatory center or a family practice center at a College of Osteopathic Medicine affiliated hospital. Focus is on “continuity of care” to panels of individuals/families through active student participation in initial assessments, treatment, and follow-up. Opportunities are provided to screen, diagnose and manage common problems of diverse populations (pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric) presented in outpatient settings. The practice of preventive health and promotion of wellness through behavioral and lifestyle changes is incorporated. Emphasis is also placed on the acquisition of skills in osteopathic structural evaluation, osteopathic manipulative medicine, medical interviewing, psychosocial and cultural sensitivity, note writing, and case presentation.

MTFP 701 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice/Outreach 6.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This five-week clerkship provides students with broad-based experience in the provision of primary health care in a College of Osteopathic Medicine- operated ambulatory center or a family practice center at a College of Osteopathic Medicine affiliated hospital. Focus is on “continuity of care” to panels of individuals/families through active student participation in initial assessments, treatment, and follow-up. Opportunities are provided to screen, diagnose and manage common problems of diverse populations (pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric) presented in outpatient settings. The practice of preventive health and promotion of wellness through behavioral and lifestyle changes is incorporated. Emphasis is also placed on the acquisition of skills in osteopathic structural evaluation, osteopathic manipulative medicine, medical interviewing, psychosocial and cultural sensitivity, note writing, and case presentation.

MTFP 701A Family Medicine 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This Forty-Eight week longitudinal clerkship provides students with broad-based experience in the provision of primary health care in a NYCOM-operated ambulatory center or a family practice center at a NYCOM affiliated hospital. Focus is on "continuity of care" to panels of individuals/families through active student participation in initial assessments, treatment, and follow-up. Opportunities are provided to screen, diagnose, and manage common problems of diverse populations (pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric) presented in outpatient settings. The practice of preventive health and promotion of wellness through behavioral and lifestyle changes is incorporated. Emphasis is also placed on the acquisition of skills in osteopathic structural evaluation, osteopathic manipulative medicine, medical interviewing, psychosocial and cultural sensitivity, note writing and case presentation.

MTFP 702 Clinical Clerkship: Family Medicine 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This 4-week clerkship provides students with a broad-based experience in the provision of primary health care in an ambulatory center or a family practice center at an affiliated hospital. Student experience includes but is not limited to care of individuals/families through active student participation in initial assessments, treatment and follow-up. Opportunities are provided to screen, diagnose and manage common problems of diverse populations (pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric) presented in outpatient settings. The practice of preventive health and promotion of wellness through behavioral and lifestyle changes is incorporated. Emphasis is also placed on the acquisition of skills in osteopathic structural evaluation, osteopathic manipulative medicine, medical interviewing, psychosocial and cultural sensitivity, note writing and case presentation.

MTFP 801 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice I 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 801 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice I 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students opportunities to enroll in various elective rotations focusing on outpatient and/or inpatient primary care under the direction of family physicians. Emphasis is placed on examining and treating patients with general medical conditions.

MTFP 802 Clinical Clerkship: Ambulatory Family Practice I 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with experience in family practice at a hospital- affiliated ambulatory clinic or public health service. Emphasis is placed on the screening, diagnosis and management of common problems presented to primary care physicians in outpatient settings. Preventive health, psychosocial interventions, and patient/family education are incorporated.

MTFP 802 Clinical Clerkship: Ambulatory Family Practice I 6.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 803 Clinical Clerkship: Nutrition 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship acquaints students with the role of nutritional therapies for diverse problems presented to primary care physicians. Nutritional counseling for health promotion and prevention is likewise incorporated. The role of nutrition in diagnosing and treating major diseases presented to primary care physicians is considered.

MTFP 804 Clinical Clerkship: Occupational Medicine 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week rotation provides students with an opportunity to work alongside occupational physicians in office or other community settings. Focus is on medical problems unique to the work setting, including injuries, toxic exposure and various repetitive stress-related disorders.

MTFP 805 Clinical Clerkship: Sports Medicine I 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships provide students with opportunities to diagnose illnesses and treat common sports injuries and exercise-related illness and disorders within a primary care office setting. The role of the sports physician in working with athletic teams is incorporated. Emphasis is likewise placed on teaching the principles of fitness testing, exercise prescription, and sports injury prevention.

MTFP 806 Clinical Clerkship: Wholistic Medicine 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship allows students the opportunity to participate in an office-based practice emphasizing alternative and complementary medicine.

MTFP 807 Clinical Clerkship: Aerospace Primary Care I 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students opportunities to enroll is various elective rotations focusing on primary care aerospace medicine. Approved military or civilian sites may be used.

MTFP 810 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice Sub-Internship 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to serve as a sub-intern in the inpatient family practice service of a general hospital. Students are generally responsible for approximately half the patient load of an intern. This rotation facilitates the transition between the role of student and intern, and is limited to hospitals with an approved family practice residency program.

MTFP 811 Clinical Clerkship:Family Medicine Sub-I, II 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to serve as a sub-intern the inpatient family practice service of a general hospital. Students are generally responsible for approximately half the patient load of an intern. This rotation facilitates the transition between the role of student and intern, and is limited to hospitals with an approved family practice residency program.

MTFP 812 Clinical Clerkship:Family Medicine Sub-I, III 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to serve as a sub-intern the inpatient family practice service of a general hospital. Students are generally responsible for approximately half the patient load of an intern. This rotation facilitates the transition between the role of student and intern, and is limited to hospitals with an approved family practice residency program.

MTFP 813 Clinical Clerkship:Family Medicine Sub-I, IV 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to serve as a sub-intern the inpatient family practice service of a general hospital. Students are generally responsible for approximately half the patient load of an intern. This rotation facilitates the transition between the role of student and intern, and is limited to hospitals with an approved family practice residency program.

MTFP 825 Clinical Clerkship: Office Preceptorship I 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships provide students with experience in family practice, utilizing approved osteopathic family physicians as office preceptors. Emphasis is placed on common primary care health problems presented in a private office setting. Exposure to the management of contemporary office practice is incorporated.

MTFP 831 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice II 2.00 College of Osteopathic Med


MTFP 831 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice II 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students opportunities to enroll in various elective rotations focusing on outpatient and/or inpatient primary care under the direction of family physicians. Emphasis is placed on examining and treating patients with general medical conditions.

MTFP 832 Ambfampract2 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
This four - week clerkship provides students with experience in family practice at a hospital affiliated ambulatory clinic or public health service. Emphasis is placed on the screening, diagnosis and management of common problems presented to primary care physicians in outpatient settings. Preventive health, psychosocial interventions and patient / family education are incorporated.

MTFP 835 Clinical Clerkship: Sports Medicine II 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships provide students with opportunities to diagnose illnesses and treat common sports injuries and exercise-related illness and disorders within a primary care office setting. The role of the sports physician in working with athletic teams is incorporated. Emphasis is likewise placed on teaching the principles of fitness testing, exercise prescription, and sports injury prevention.

MTFP 837 Clinical Clerkship: Aerospace Primary Care II 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students opportunities to enroll is various elective rotations focusing on primary care aerospace medicine. Approved military or civilian sites may be used.

MTFP 855 Clinical Clerkship: Office Preceptorship II 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships provide students with experience in family practice, utilizing approved osteopathic family physicians as office preceptors. Emphasis is placed on common primary care health problems presented in a private office setting. Exposure to the management of contemporary office practice is incorporated.

MTFP 861 Clinical Clerkship: Family Practice III 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students opportunities to enroll in various elective rotations focusing on outpatient and/or inpatient primary care under the direction of family physicians. Emphasis is placed on examining and treating patients with general medical conditions.

MTFP 885 Clinical Clerkship: Office Preceptorship III 4.00 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships provide students with experience in family practice, utilizing approved osteopathic family physicians as office preceptors. Emphasis is placed on common primary care health problems presented in a private office setting. Exposure to the management of contemporary office practice is incorporated.