At the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS), we believe that every medical student should have the opportunity to understand health from a global perspective.
The Ramon Murphy, MD Program for Global Health Education, situated within the Department of Medical Education, is dedicated to improving the health of underserved communities. We train future leaders in global health through innovative curricula, and provide real-world experience—both in the classroom and in the field at our domestic and international partner sites.
Dr. Ramon Murphy’s long and distinguished career has been dedicated to caring for New York’s underserved children and adolescents, and his work at Mount Sinai has been transformational. With his colleagues, Dr. Murphy began many global health education initiatives at Mount Sinai, expanding the reach of our institution across borders and cultures in the service of those most in need. Dr. Murphy has impressed upon generations of medical students their responsibility to care for the poor and disadvantaged and their communities across the world.