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Mission Statement

SUNY Downstate is the sole academic medical center located in the heart of one of our nation's largest, most ethnically diverse, working-class urban communities. With our schools of higher education, our goal is to train the next generation of physicians, nurses, health-care professionals and researchers serving our community and New York State. Through our research facilities, our mission is to advance the medical sciences to the community at large. Through our hospital and education affiliates, our mission is to serve the health-care needs of the 2.6 million residents of Brooklyn and Staten Island. Through graduate and continuing medical education, our mission is to provide lifelong learning opportunities for our physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals.


State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center is one of four academic medical centers in the SUNY System. The campus is located in the heart of Brooklyn--New York City's most populous and most ethnically and culturally diverse borough. Downstate includes Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Related Professions and a School of Graduate Studies, as well as its own teaching hospital, an M.P.H. Program, and extensive research facilities.





Average Review 7 reviews

Would you recommend SUNY Downstate Medical Center?

by Shelly- Ann G. (November 21, 2013)
I am a nursing student,4th semester and would like to get additional experience, other than clinical hours,working alongside other nurses and providing patient care and assessment. I am also a mom of 3 and 2 of my children were born at downstate hospital and the staff have been nothing less than helpful,courteous and respectful.
by Regina R. (February 6, 2012)
I am very interested in this position and would like a chance to help others and utilize my skills in nursing. I have lots of experience i just did not have a CNA at the time. i have my CNA license now i would like very much to volunteer and help to grow the company. Yes i will recommend this organization to a friend sometime this is where you have to start from but good do come from it. I can turn and reposition bedfast patients to prevent bedsores. Change bed lines run errands pulse and respiration rates,Served and collected food trays and fed patients require help. Transported patients using wheelchair assisted patient to walk. Perform duties in care of patients in nursing and medical staff. I can work Monday though Friday. Thank you Regina Rowland 347-403-8451 rowlandr37@yahoo.com
by Marc G. (January 28, 2012)
Basically, when you are doing volunteer services at SUNY Downstate Medical, you have a lot of chances to adapt and to get into the program that you want to study.
by patricia s. (December 5, 2011)
volunteering here would be a great opportunity for me.
by spenza j. (April 1, 2011)
because i would like everyone to know how much i this organization help other people and they should be a art of it to help others
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