Division of Occupational, Environmental, and Clinical Preventive Medicine

Travel Medicine                        
The Wellness Program                           
Division of Occupational, Environmental, and Clinical Preventive Medicine 
 Division Head: Iris Granek, M.D., Clinical Professor, Division Chair


The Division of Occupational, Environmental & Clinical Preventive Medicine implements the Department of Preventive Medicine’s clinical prevention programs and is actively involved in teaching, training and research.  The clinical programs address the health needs of Long Island workers, unions, industry, business, health care providers, community groups, individuals and families.  Our clinical programs include:

 The Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program  

(Medical Director: David Graham, MD, MPH)

  • This program focuses attention on workers engaged in high risk occupations, the underserved and those populations living in close proximity to environmentally hazardous areas.  Occupational and Environmental Medicine is a rapidly growing medical field that seeks to study how occupation and environment affects one's health with an emphasis on prevention.  
    • Stony Brook University Hospital Employee Health Service (Associate Director: Ann Tu, MD, MPH)
      The Department of Preventive Medicine is responsible for the screening and monitoring of all hospital employees.
       - The Department of Preventive Medicine is responsible for the screening and monitoring of all hospital                employees.


The Wellness/Chronic Illness Program  

(Medical Director: Raja Jaber, MD)

  • This program is dedicated to providing individual consultations that exemplify integrative, comprehensive and patient-centered medicine across the life cycle.  The program includes state of the art conventional family medicine, combined with mind/body, botanical, and nutritional medicine to create a whole person approach to health and illness.


The Travel Medicine and Adult Vaccination Program

Service providers

The Division has an interdisciplinary group of health care providers: physicians and a nurse practitioner.  There are three full-time and three part-time physicians board certified in Family Medicine and General  Preventive Medicine.  The support staff consists of 1 full time registered nurse, two patient care technicians, several clerical support staff and a practice manager.

Click the links below to see the provider profiles in the department:

Bienkowski NP., Janet R.

Graham, MD, MPH, David

Granek, MD., Iris

Jaber MD., Raja A.

Rothschild, MD, MPH,  Jordana


Tu MD., Ann S.


Meeting the Needs of Patients/Customers

Preventive Medicine’s patient/customer needs are determined by patient visits and by working with employers to assess their employees’ exposures and designing customized protocols.  Educational materials are provided to our occupational and travel medicine clients/patients.  The patients in the Wellness/Chronic Illness Program are provided with access to our patient resource website as well as materials provided to them during their visits.  Our support staff is cross trained in order to ensure adequate staffing during vacations and unforeseen circumstances.


Provision of services
Services are provided to patients/clients individually and/or in groups, at our offices or at their place of employment. Services are available: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm


Stony Brook Preventive Medicine Clinical Services are located at:

  • Occupational, Adult Vaccination, and Travel Medicine: (631)-444-6250, Fax: (631)-444-6665
    • SB Med. Park, 2500 Nesconset Hwy., Bldg. 16C, Stony Brook NY
  • Employee Health Services: (631) 444-7767
    • SBU Hospital, Level 3 Room 557 – Zip 7323
  • Wellness Center: (631)-444-6250, Fax: (631)-444-6665
    • SB Med. Park, 2500 Nesconset Hwy., Bldg. 16C, Stony Brook NY



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