Facilities & Resources
At NYIT School of Health Professions, you’ll do more than sit in classrooms and attend lectures. You’ll learn in high-tech labs and gain experience working at world-class facilities, preparing you for a successful career in the health professions.
School of Health Professions Facilities
Cultivate your patient interaction skills in our standardized patient labs. Interact with actors trained to exhibit various medical conditions in simulated practice environments. After you diagnose and suggest treatment in these recorded sessions, New York Tech faculty will assess your performance.
Hone your assessment and patient care skills in our high-fidelity nursing simulation lab using patient manikins programmed to mimic human responses of adult and child patients. Treat patients undergoing cardiac arrests and other emergency scenarios, assess and diagnosis human responses and administer patient care.
College of Osteopathic Medicine Facilities
One of the great advantages of being a health professions student at New York Tech is the access you have to the labs, partners, and health care treatment centers we share with our medical school, including:
Explore the human body in our onsite anatomy lab at NYIT-Long Island's Riland Building. Learn the intricacies of anatomy by studying up close the relationship among muscles, nerves, and the skeletal system, and more.
Practice interprofessional health care with fellow students in virtual patient examination rooms and simulation labs. NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Institute for Clinical Competence features 14 fully-equipped exam rooms; CAE Healthcare/METI HPS, iStan, PediaSIM, and Laerdal SimMan robotic patients; and digital video, data collection, and program management systems to assess your clinical performance.
Explore our large selection of books, journals, and other materials in our medical library, or go online to access databases, e-journals, and additional online content with your New York Tech credentials when you are on and off campus.
Learn how practitioners across several medical specializations collaborate to treat patients with Parkinson’s disease. Observe firsthand the positive impact of technology through interdisciplinary partnerships with other New York Tech programs, government agencies, and the healthcare industry.
Clinical Nutrition Handbook
Health Sciences Handbook
Health & Wellness Handbook
Occupational Therapy, M.S. Handbook
Occupational Therapy, OTD Handbook
Physical Therapy Handbook
Physical Therapy Clinical Education Manual
Physician Assistant Studies Handbook
SOHP Grade Appeal Procedure