Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West

The Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program has a long history of educating outstanding clinicians and clinical educators. In addition to a robust and diverse clinical exposure, unique benefits include training in our Center for Advanced Medical Simulation, our Point of Care Ultrasonography Program, wide-ranging research opportunities and the global expertise of our distinguished faculty throughout the Mount Sinai Health System & ICAHN School of Medicine.

The three-year curriculum is designed to train well-rounded, expert clinicians and clinician educators who will become leaders in the field of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine.

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2019

Danille Prime, MD, Norwalk Hospital in affiliation with Yale School of Medicine
Nick Pakzad, MD, SUNY at Stony Brook Hospital/Stony Brook University
Alejandro Diaz Chavez, MD, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s & Mount Sinai West Hospitals/ICAHN School of Medicine

2018

Karishma Parekh, MD, Norwalk Hospital in affiliation with Yale School of Medicine
Bashar Mourad, DO, University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville
Ismini Kourouni, MD, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s & Mount Sinai West Hospitals/ICAHN School of Medicine
James Salonia, MD, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s &Mount Sinai West Hospitals/ICAHN School of Medicine

2017

Anirban Basu, MD, New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital in affiliation with Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Steven Chakupurakal, MD, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s & Mount Sinai West Hospitals/ICAHN School of Medicine

Please click here for a list of our graduates.

The Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Training Program at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West participates in the Medical Specialties Matching Program.

We accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) application system.  Early applications are greatly appreciated, but we will accept complete applications until September 1st. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. We can support J-1 and H1-B visa applicants.

The following information is required for your complete application to be reviewed:

  • ERAS application form
  • Personal Statement emphasizing your professional and career goals
  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • ECFMG certification (for foreign medical graduates)
  • All available ABIM, USMLE, COMLEX scores

The interview season is from late August through October. Fellowship candidates will meet with current fellows and members of our Fellowship Selection Committee. Tours of our facilities, breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Thank you for your interest! If you have any questions about our program or the application process, please feel free to contact us:

Guy Smith
Fellowship Program Coordinator
gsmith@chpnet.org
Phone: 212-523-3610
Fax: 212-523-5053