- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Hospice & Palliative Medicine
Critical Care Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
MD, Nova Southern University - College of Dental Medicine
Residency, Internal Medicine
Yale University School of Medicine
Fellowship, Critical Care
St. Vincent's Hosp. Med. Ctr. of NY
- Completed Master's of Clinical Psychology degree and worked with HIV/AIDS patients pre-protease inhibitor era
Graduated from Medical School in 2002- Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine
Yale University Internal Medicine- 2002-2005
St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan- Critical Care Medicine- 2005-2007
Currently working in Critical Care as intensivist and Director of Critical Care Nocturnist Program- Mount Sinai Beth Israel
Worked as Hospice Medical Director for Continuum Hospice and as a Palliative Care Physician 2007-2015- Recognized at MSBI as the liaison between critical care and palliative care
Served on Ethics Committee 2010-2014
Board Certified in Neuro-critical care and worked in Mount Sinai Hospital Neuro-ICU 2014-2015 (per diem)
Morton & Mary Smith Achievement Award NSU-COM
Top Doctors of New York- NYT magazine May 2014- critical care
Dean's Community Award NSU-COM
Principal Investigator: Screening for Delirium in Intensive Care Units, 2010-present
Hayes, E; Acquah, S; Factor, P; MICU: Jabara, I; Cricket, J; Gayle, P;SICU: Mahoney, C; Burga, W; Bancolo, S. Pain Medicine and Palliative Care: Bookbinder, M.
Quality Initiative projects mentoring Palliative Care andPulmonary/Critical Care Fellows, 2013-present
· Understanding Barriers to Implementing the ConfusionAssessment Method – in Intensive Care Units (CAM-ICU)
· Identifying Palliative Care Triggers and Reasons for NotConsulting Palliative Specialist in a Critical Care Setting
· Improving Transfers from ICU’s to Palliative Care Units
Siegel, M; Hayes, E; Vanderwerker, L; Loseth; Prigerson, H. Psychiatric Illness in the next of kin of patients who die in the intensive care unit. Critical Care Medicine, 2008, 36 (6), 1722- 1728.;.
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