The Mount Sinai Health System
One Gustave L. Levy Place
As a health system with a teaching hospital--Icahn School of Medicine--part of the Mount Sinai Health System is dedicated to training exceptionally-skilled clinicians. As an institution of higher learning, it is committed to much more: preparing physicians for a lifetime of scholarship.
Indeed, our philosophy is grounded in the fundamentally progressive nature of medicine which, perhaps more than any other discipline, emphasizes innovation, discovery, and change. Throughout your professional career, you will be charged with evaluating and implementing a steady stream of often-profound medical breakthroughs, as well as new technologies and techniques, while contributing to the consensus on new approaches to healing. Our goal is to prepare you not only for this challenge, but also to participate in — if not lead the way for — medical progress.
As you read on, you will learn more about Mount Sinai's commitment to the discovery process and why we offer a unique environment in which to gain the requisite experience and expertise to realize your career goals.