By Najib Aminy  As Stony Brook University prepares for the next round of budget cuts, priced around $10 million, its medical center is facing something a little more severe—the complete withdrawal of state-aid. Under Governor Andrew Cuomo’s most recent budget proposal, Stony Brook’s Medical Center is slated to lose all $55 million received in state-subsidies. That’s not including an additional $10 million cut from a proposed statewide $3 billion reduction of Medicaid. “We use that money to provide the programs that nobody else provides, to support the undercompensated patients—the patients that don’t have anywhere else to turn,” said Dr. Kenneth Kaushansky, Dean of Stony Brook’s Medical School, referring to the hospital’s emergency psychiatric ward, burn center and a Level I trauma center. Kaushanksy proudly stated that these services are the only one of its kind in all of Suffolk County and that SBUMC covers roughly $86 million spent in indigent…