The Samuel Bronfman Department of Medicine
The Samuel Bronfman Department of Medicine is at the forefront of twenty-first century medicine with an uncompromising commitment to providing excellent patient care; to conducting cutting-edge research; and to the rigorous training of tomorrow’s physicians and physician-scientists. Our department is ranked in the top 20 of funding by the National Institutes of Health and we receive nearly $100 million in funding annually overall. Our highly competitive residency programs have a national reputation for excellence for producing the highest quality junior faculty and physicians. As the largest academic department in the Mount Sinai Health System, we are leading the integration of the latest discoveries in the lab and innovations in clinical care into patient-centric care models.
Dr. Murphy is one of only three women to be appointed chair of medicine at a top medical school.
Forty-eight physicians in the Mount Sinai Department of Medicine are listed among the best doctors in the New York region by New York magazine in 2014. Read more
U.S. News & World Report ranked the Department of Medicine’s work in its “Best Hospitals” issue. Read More
Barbara Murphy, MD, is the Chair of the Samuel Bronfman Department of Medicine. All academic departments of medicine share a common, three-part mission of patient care, research, and education. Read More
Annenberg, Room 5-02
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029
One Department, One Mission. Read more