The Mount Sinai Orthopaedic Surgery program is one of the top residencies in the country. And during this time of COVID-19, we would like to extend the opportunity to experience our program virtually.
Because of the pandemic, visiting away rotations for medical students are not able to be offered in person at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. However, we have developed a virtual visiting sub-intern rotation for students who are interested in learning more about our residency program. This program—which will run monthly from July 2020 through October 2020—will allow you to experience both formal and informal events, and have one-on-one time with members of our program.
Sub-interns who participate in our 4-week virtual sub-intern rotation will have the opportunity to participate in the following events:
- Meet and greet with the program director
- Morning resident didactic lectures and fracture rounds
- Weekly happy hour and informal medical student-specific conferences with residents
- Weekly meet and greet with attending mentor, senior resident, and junior resident
- Monthly journal club with attendings and residents
Each sub-intern will be paired with a faculty mentor, senior resident, and junior resident for a personalized experience to learn more about our residency program and for us to get to know you better.
If you are interested in virtually attending our events and lectures, please complete this form.
We understand that during these challenging and unprecedented times, students may have differing responsibilities at their respective medical schools. Therefore, if you are interested in participating in our virtual sub-intern experience but have scheduling limitations, please reach out to us and we will try to accommodate.
If you are interested in participating in our virtual sub-intern rotation or have any questions, please contact Bridgette Hyde-Snell at firstname.lastname@example.org.