US News and World Report – Pursue Alternative Routes to a Medical Education
The Humanities and Medicine Early Acceptance Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine has trained premedical and medical students in a wide array of disciplines since its founding in 1987. The program embraces the influence of humanities, and other fields, in the practice of medicine.
Most of us know the traditional way to study medicine; go to medical school after college, study hard, and complete a residency. Partially because of the medical field's new emphasis on empathetic, well-rounded medical students and physicians, programs that once seemed to be on the fringe are gaining in popularity not only among premedical students, but also among medical schools and hospitals. Mount Sinai School of Medicine Humanities and Medicine program is one of the more established programs in the United States. Learn more.