The Mount Sinai Health System Emergency Medicine Service Line

The Mount Sinai Health System Emergency Medicine Service Line offers a wide range of tertiary care, community EDs and Affiliated training sites that span the New York City region.  The diversity of practice and breadth of services is a key strength within the system. 

  • Seven Mount Sinai Health System hospital-based emergency departments, a free standing ED (South Nassau) and affiliated academic sites
  • System Interim Chair: Jolion McGreevy, MD, MBE, MPH
  • Annual Patient Volume
  • Broad range of clinical settings across the New York City region
  • Two residency programs with 160 Emergency Medicine Residents
  • Academic affiliation with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai with fellowships in Global Health, Ultrasound, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Research, Medical Education and Simulation, Sports Medicine, Administration and Informatics.

The Mount Sinai Hospital

  • Located at One Gustave L. Levy Place, Manhattan
  • Medical Director: Judah Sueker, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 100,000
  • Academic Center with fellowships in Ultrasound, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Medical Education/Simulation, Informatics, Research, and Administration
  • 100 Emergency Medicine Residents

Mount Sinai Beth Israel

  • Located at First Avenue at 16th Street, Manhattan
  • Site Chair: Yvette Calderon, MD, MS
  • Medical Director: Erick Eiting, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 80,000
  • Academic Center and Core Emergency Medicine Resident Site for both Mount Sinai Hospital and Mount Sinai Morningside West

Mount Sinai Brooklyn

  • Located at 3201 Kings Highway, Brooklyn
  • Medical Director: Deborah Dean, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 42,000
  • New York State Primary Stroke Center
  • Community Practice

Mount Sinai Queens

  • Located at 25-10 30th Avenue, Long Island City
  • Medical Director: Ugo Ezenkwele, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 70,000
  • Thrombectomy capable center
  • Community practice with medical students and occasional Emergency Medicine residents
  • NYS STEMI Receiving Center
  • ACEP Certified Geriatric ED

Mount Sinai West

  • Located at 1000 Tenth Avenue at 59th Street, Manhattan
  • Site Chair: Eric Legome, MD
  • Medical Director: Michael Redlener, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 65,000
  • Academic Practice with fellowships in Ultrasound, Simulation, Global Health, Disaster Preparedness and Healthcare
  • 60 Emergency Medicine Residents shared with Mount Sinai Morningside

Mount Sinai Morningside

  • Located at 1111 Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan
  • Site Chair: Eric Legome, MD
  • Medicine Director: Elyse Lavine, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 80,000
  • Academic Practice with fellowships in Ultrasound, Global Health, Simulation, and Administration
  • 60 Emergency Medicine Residents shared with Mount Sinai West
  • ACS verified Level 2 Trauma Center, NYS Primary Stroke Center, NYC STEMI Receiving Center, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital

  • Located at One Healthy Way, Oceanside, NY, on campus ED at Oceanside
  • Additional freestanding 911 ED located in Long Beach, NY
  • Site Chair: Jay Itzkowitz, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 63,100 (Oceanside) 10,500 (Long Beach)
  • Total ED Volume: 73,600
  • Level 2 Trauma Center- ACS Verified and NYS designated along with Stroke Center and STEMI Center.

Elmhurst Hospital (NYC Health And Hospitals Affiliated Site)

  • Located at 79-01 Broadway, Elmhurst (Queens)
  • Medical Director: Stuart Kessler, MD
  • Annual Patient Volume 81,000
  • Primary Clinical Site for Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Medicine Residents

Richmond University Medical Center

  • Located at 355 Bard Avenue, Staten Island, NY
  • Medical Director: Johnathon LeBaron, DO 
  • Annual Patient Volume 55,000
  • ACS verified Level 1 Adult Trauma Center and Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center with 24/7 Thrombectomy capability, NYC STEMI Receiving Center