About the Program
Mount Sinai makes the following curricula available through its Emergency Medicine Residency.
Seven highly knowledgeable and experienced fellowship-trained attendings comprise the faculty of our pediatric curriculum. They teach, supervise, and provide our residents with well-rounded exposure to pediatric care. Learn More
Lead by the Division of Emergency Critical Care, the emergency departments at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Elmhurst Hospital Center take an advanced, comprehensive approach to the evaluation and management of critically ill patients. Learn More
Our Specialty Track, popular among residents, is led by Sigrid Hahn, MD, Director of the Emergency Medicine Division of Global Health and who heads the initiatives in international emergency medicine. Learn More
Mount Sinai was one of the first residency programs in New York City to incorporate simulation into its curriculum. Residents participate in monthly simulation conferences in case-based format that aids in the development of teamwork and leadership skills. Learn More
Ultrasound is one of our most popular Senior Specialty Tracks. Several residents each year take advantage of additional clinical exposure to ultrasound and the opportunity to teach medical students, residents and faculty, and to become involved in ultrasound research projects. Learn More
Mount Sinai has been a driving force in emergency department informatics, and both major training sites offer the highest levels of technology focused on patient care. Learn More
We designed our research curriculum to provide residents with a foundation of research skills through didactics and hands-on research project work. Learn More
Kaushal H. Shah, MD
Department of Emergency Medicine
Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai
One Gustave Levy Place, Box 1620
New York, NY 10029
If you are interested in doing a 4th year student rotation with us, contact us here.
Find conference dates, rotation schedules, and other residency-related activities at sinaiem.org