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Bernadette Riley, DO, FACOFP

Dr. Riley is a graduate of Fordham University (2001) and New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (2005). Currently she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at NYITCOM and the Director of the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)/Hypermobility Treatment Center. Dr. Riley is involved in a variety of research projects, publications, and grants at the Center. Prior to joining NYITCOM she has held titles of Program Director and Medical Director. In 2017, Riley achieved an academic qualification in International Medicine and Public Health from the Institute for International Medicine. In 2016, she became a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (FACOFP), and in 2013 she was made a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership in Medicine (FILM). She also was inducted into the ACOFP's Physician Leadership Institute in 2013 and became a Certified Physician Leader. In 2010, she received a Training in Policy Studies Fellowship. In December 2020, Dr. Riley graduated from AACOM’s Osteopathic Health Policy Fellowship. Dr. Riley has an interest in health policy, in addition to being Vice President of NYSOMS, she is on the Executive Committee for the Nassau County Medical Society (NCMS), and Board of Trustee for Nassau Academy of Medicine (NAM). She has been Chair of the Regional Osteopathic Conference (ROC-NY) since 2016 and has served as a delegate for the American Osteopathic Association since 2010. She also serves as a member of various national committees at the ACOFP, and was Chair of ACOFP's Virtual 2020 National Convention. .tb_button {padding:1px;cursor:pointer;border-right: 1px solid #8b8b8b;border-left: 1px solid #FFF;border-bottom: 1px solid #fff;}.tb_button.hover {borer:2px outset #def; background-color: #f8f8f8 !important;}.ws_toolbar {z-index:100000} .ws_toolbar .ws_tb_btn {cursor:pointer;border:1px solid #555;padding:3px} .tb_highlight{background-color:yellow} .tb_hide {visibility:hidden} .ws_toolbar img {padding:2px;margin:0px}