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Message from the Chair

Iris Granek, MD
Professor and Chair
Department of Preventive Medicine
President, Stony Brook Preventive Medicine Services

Stony Brook Preventive Medicine Services is the clinical practice of the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Stony Brook School of Medicine and Stony Brook Medicine. We are committed to fulfilling Stony Brook's mission of excellence in patient care, education, research, and community service. We encourage you to browse and review our website, where you will find information about our clinical services and academic programs. Together, our specialized preventive medicine services contribute to the unique range and top quality of health care provided at Stony Brook Medicine.

Iris Granek, MD

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The Department of Preventive Medicine is an independent department within the School of Medicine at Stony Brook Medicine. It was established when the medical school first opened in 1971 with goals and composition that were well aligned with the school's focus on community service and an interdisciplinary approach to research and teaching with faculty representing the clinical, social, and behavioral sciences, as well as the humanities. With its population health perspective and focus on all aspects of preventing disease and disability, the Department has developed into an important force in establishing links with area-wide agencies such as the two county health departments. Research activities address understanding the multiple determinants of health and illness including social, behavioral, environmental, demographic, occupational, policy, economic, and genetic as well as effective medical and public health interventions.

The department applies its expertise toward three major goals:
  • Teaching of the disciplines of preventive medicine (e.g., biostatistics and epidemiology) and the social and ethical context of health care.
  • Conducting a broad range of research in the epidemiology and prevention of disease as well as in healthcare delivery, evaluation and policy.
  • Providing occupational, environmental and clinical preventive medicine services.
The Department of Preventive Medicine's goals are accomplished through the work of the faculty and staff within its divisions and programs. There are five divisions: Major programs include The Graduate Program in Public Health (GPPH); the Residency Program in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health; the Biostatistical Consulting Core, the Institute for Medicine in Contemporary Society, and the Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center (LIOEHC).
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The Stony Brook Medicine University Physicians website is primarily an informational and educational resource. It should not be used in place of medical advice and recommendations you receive from your health care provider. If you have, or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please seek the advice of your health care provider.

Stony Brook Medicine University Physicians provides marketing advice and consultation to the clinical Faculty associated with the University Faculty Practice Corporations (UFPCs). It does not provide medical care directly or indirectly nor does it oversee, direct, manage or supervise the medical care provided by any of the individual Practices. The individual Practices are responsible for the medical care each Practice provides to its patients. Please note that the Practices listed below are separate University Faculty Practice Corporations (UFPCs).