Lutheran Medical Center

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Address:150 55th StBrooklyn NY 11220
Program director:Robert Goldberger, D.D.S.
Department/section chair:Vacant
Predoctoral director:Vacant
Contact person:Robert Goldberger, D.D.S.
Phone:718-630-6207
Email:rgoldberger@lmcmc.com
Program website:http://www.lmcdental.lmcmc.com/
Application method:

PASS

Application deadline:August 1
Application fee:$50
Annual start date:July 1
Accreditation status:A1 (Approval without reporting requirements)
Full-time faculty members:Brooklyn site: 2 Puerto Rico site: 2
Part-time faculty members:Brooklyn site: 7 Puerto Rico site: 3
Full-time Board certified:Brooklyn site: 2 Puerto Rico site: 1
Part-time Board certified:Brooklyn site: 2 Puerto Rico site: 0
Volunteer:0
Volunteer Board certified:0
Accept internationally trained dentists?No
Degrees/certificates offered:
  • Certificate
Length of program in months:
  • Certificate: 25
State license required?No
Prerequisites:
  • Number of required letters of recommendation
  • National Board scores along with minimum score, if required
  • GRE along with minimum score, if required
  • Photo
  • Bilingual (Puerto Rico site only)
Number of endodontic resident slots:Brooklyn site: 3 Puerto Rico site: 5 (first and second year)
Ratio of acceptance to applicants:Brooklyn site: 3-to-96 Puerto Rico site: 3-to-20
Microscope:Provided
Stipend amount:$35,000
Required graduate preclinical technique course:No
Percent of time spent in courses/lectures/seminars:40%
Percent of time spent in research:10%
Percent of time spent in clinical care:50%
Percent of time spent in teaching:5-10%
Clinical setting:Brooklyn site: hospital Puerto Rico site: school
Average number of nonsurgical procedures completed per resident:More than 250
Research requirements:Research paper
Residency programs available in other dental specialties at sponsoring institution:
  • Advanced Education in General Dentistry
  • Anesthesiology
  • General Practice
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Periodontology
  • Orthodontics
  • Dental Public Health
  • Orofacial Pain
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