Our vision in Pediatric Medical Education is to translate our collective intellectual curiosity, clinical expertise, and commitment to social justice into top-notch innovative education for our residents, fellows, and students to prepare them to provide unsurpassed care to the communities we serve.
The Jack and Lucy Clark Department of Pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has a long history of advancing pediatric science and serving the needs of New York City’s children. We were founded in 1878 by Dr. Abraham Jacobi, widely recognized as one of the founders of pediatrics, as the first pediatric department in a general hospital in New York City and one of the first in the United States. Since our Department’s founding, we have been led by a line of illustrious department chairs who are pioneers and leaders in pediatrics including Henry Koplik, MD, Bella Schick, MD, Horace Hodes, MD, Kurt Hirschhorn, MD, Fred Suchy, MD, and Lisa M. Satlin, MD.
A Unique Environment For Learning
Our main teaching hospital, the Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital, is located on the border of the Upper East Side and East Harlem in New York City. We are a NACRI certified children’s hospital with the full spectrum of primary care and subspecialty clinical services. We offer the advantages of being embedded in a world-renowned academic health center, health system, and medical school. Our location within the Mount Sinai Health System uniquely positions us to offer unmatched opportunities for collaboration with multiple departments across the health system, enriching the pediatric educational experience of trainees.
The office of Medical Education is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of pediatric education in our Department as well as to the greater medical school. Our goal is to:
- Nurture lifelong learners committed to advancing cutting-edge science in pediatrics
- Facilitate the delivery of compassionate clinical care
- Challenge the status quo as our graduates advocate for health equity in the communities we serve
We offer a broad and diverse curriculum in every facet of pediatrics. We provide an exemplary educational experience in care delivery, quality improvement, and research. Our curriculum spans the spectrum from bench to bedside and public health to policy.
We offer the following residencies:
- Pediatric Residency Training Program at Mount Sinai Hospital
This residency program provides outstanding exposure to subspecialty medicine and primary care pediatrics.
- Triple Board Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Child Psychiatry Combined Residency
Our triple board residency is a five-year program offering board eligibility in all three disciplines.
- Pediatric Physician Scientist Research Residency
This program is directed towards talented MD or MD/PhD graduates who wish to continue their growth as physician-scientists in the field of Pediatrics.
- Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Combined Residency
Our residency aims to reduce inequities in marginalized and oppressed populations by training leaders in primary care.
- Pediatric and Medical Genetics Combined Residency
The overall goal of the clinical genetics training program is to ensure that trainees gain the skills they will need to perform appropriate diagnostic testing and management for a wide variety of genetic disorders, inborn errors of metabolic disease, and congenital anomalies.
We offer the following clinical fellowships:
- Adolescent Medicine Fellowship
Fellows function as primary care providers within the health system, as well as care for adolescents at school-based health centers.
- Allergy and Clinical Immunology Fellowship
The fellowship provides exposure to both adult and pediatric allergic and immunologic disorders.
- Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship
The primary goal is to train physicians planning a career in an academic neonatology
- Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship
Our fellowship provides rotations in research, intensive care, non-invasive procedures, inpatient care. outpatient care, and cardiac catheterization.
- Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Imaging Fellowship
The Senior Fellowship in Advanced Non-invasive Cardiac Imaging at Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Heart Center offers advanced training in non-invasive pediatric and congenital cardiac imaging.
- Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
The fellowship prepares trainees to care for children with intensive care and life-threatening needs.
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship
The fellowship trains physicians to provide compassionate, evidenced-based, up-to-date emergency care for children.
- Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship
Our three year fellowship prepares you to become an independent practicing pediatric endocrinologist.
- Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship
Our residents learn how to evaluate, diagnosis, and manage diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver in pediatric patients.
- Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellowship
Fellows will have comprehensive clinical training in all aspects of pediatric hematology, oncology, and stem cell transplantation in infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
- Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship
The fellowship is focused on training leaders in pediatric hospital medicine with a specific emphasis on caring for children from underserved populations.
- Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship
As a fellow, you’ll gain expertise in clinical infectious diseases, microbial pathogenesis, infection control, antibiotic stewardship, and epidemiology.
- Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship
Our fellowship includes one year of clinical training with two to three years of laboratory or clinical research.
- Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship
Our three year fellowship focuses on children with respiratory disorders.