is a list of all allopathic med schools in the US, listed by state.
is a list of osteopathic med schools. Finally,
is the list of PA programs in NY.
Not sure why you couldn't do that search yourself, but there it is.
There is extensive info on the internet about these different fields. Honestly, there really isn't any difference anymore between MDs and DOs. There is still some predjudice though against DOs, and many patients don't know what a DO is. Allopathic schools tend to be a bit more difficult to get into. As for being a PA, it's a good lifestyle and I believe they make good money. It's only 2 years of school instead of 4. The downside is that you're a professional scut monkey, and don't have nearly the autonomy of a physician.
Good luck in your decision making, and don't stress too much! Just focus on doing well in school... good grades will get you wherever you decide to go.