Cardiology Fellowship Program at Mount Sinai Morningside - BronxCare

The Divisions of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital and the BronxCare Health System marry two centers of clinical excellence and academic prestige to provide a comprehensive yet individualized cardiology training program. 

Our primary program is based at Mount Sinai Morningside (formerly Saint Luke’s Hospital), a hospital with a 160-year history rich in traditions for pioneering work. As one of the core hospitals of the Mount Sinai Health System, Mount Sinai Morningside offers clinical expertise in all aspects of cardiovascular care. 

The balance of our fellows’ rotations take place at BronxCare, a voluntary hospital located in the Northern part of NYC. While at BronxCare, fellows are immersed in a more intimate learning environment, with dedicated faculty and staff providing a true one on one education and mentorship. The time spent at Bronx Care affords our fellows the opportunity to train in a culturally and socio-economically diverse community, helping them to develop the unique skills and clinical confidence that is needed to provide expert care to all genders, races, ethnicities and cultures. 

By combining these distinct training environments into a single program, our fellows receive a uniquely comprehensive education spanning the spectrum of cardiovascular diseases, and are positioned for success in careers in clinical cardiology and/or academic medicine.


Our Division has a strong mission to train expert cardiologists, suited for careers in clinical cardiology or academic cardiology and inspired to become future leaders in the world of Cardiology.

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We are a family of fellows from training institutions all around the world. Our greatest strength comes from diversity and camaraderie. We value collegiality among co-fellows and attendings that creates an enjoyable and productive environment. With open lines of communication with faculty, we have an abundance of academic and professional opportunities. The Mount Sinai Morningside-BronxCare (9 fellows), work seamlessly with its sister cardiology fellowship training program Mount Sinai Morningside fellowship program (15 in the Academic Track; 3 currently in the VA Track), with the entirety of the Morningside family pictured here on July 1, 2020. Take a look at a brief Bio of our current fellows and their life at MSM-BronxCare fellowship


Allen Weiss, MD
Maulin Patel, MD
Angel De La Cruz Tejada, MD


Jeirym Miranda-Tejada, MD
Hometown: Queens, NY
Medical School: Universidad Catolica Nordestana (UCNE), Dominican Republic
Residency Program: BronxCare Hospital Center, Bronx, NY

Rishi Shrivastav, MD
Hometown: Baroda, Gujarat, India
Medical School: Pramukhswami Medical School, India
Residency Program: Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-West Hospital, NY, NY

Muhammad Saad MD
Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan
Medical School: Dow Medical College, Pakistan
Residency Program: BronxCare Hospital Center, Bronx, NY


Arsalan Rehmani, MD
Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan
Medical School: Dow Medical College, Pakistan
Residency Program: BronxCare Hospital Center, Bronx, NY

David D. Song, MD
Hometown: Louisville, KY
Medical School: University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY
Residency Program: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ 

Bing Yue, MD
Hometown: Sichuan, China
Medical School: Peking University Health Science Center, Beijing, China
Residency Program: Mount Sinai St. Luke’s-West Hospital, NY, NY


CLASS of 2021
Preeti Jadhav, MD (Chief cardiovascular disease fellow MSM-BronxCare fellowship program)
Hometown: Pune, India
Medical School: Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education and Research (MIMER), Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Pune, India
Residency Program: BronxCare Hospital, Bronx, NY

Sana Hanif, MD
Hometown: Lahore, Pakistan
Medical School: King Edward Medical University, Pakistan
Residency Program: BronxCare Hospital, Bronx, New York

Mayank Yadav, MD
Hometown: Sikanderpur, Haryana, India
Medical School: Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India
Residency Program: BronxCare Hospital Center, Bronx, NY



Umut Gomceli
Assistant Professor of Medicine
West Virginia University Berkeley Medical Center

Rahul Anand
Clinical Practice
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, MD

Puvanalingam Ayyadurai
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
University of North Dakota 


Ashritha Penagaluri
Electrophysiology Fellowship
University of Pittsburgh, PA

Amandeep Singh
Clinical Practice
BronxCare Health System, NY

Ahmed Elwan
Clinical Practice
Starling Physicians, Wethersfield, CT


Arsalan Rafiq
Clinical Practice
Geisinger Health System, PA 

Karomibal Mejia
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
Mount Sinai Morningside-Beth Israel

Irfan Zeb
Assistant Professor of Medicine
West Virginia University Heart & Vascular Institute, Morgantown, West Virginia


Carlos Gonzalez
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
Mount Sinai Morningside-Beth Israrel

Surendra Chutani 

Sunil Penesetti

Our program is comprised of three fellows per year.  We select our fellows in accordance with the eligibility qualifications detailed by the Accreditation Counsel for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).  Applicants come from strong clinical programs both within and outside of the United States, exemplifying the diversity of Manhattan and The Bronx.  Applicants are not discriminated against with regard to sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Our Division participates in the National Residency matching program. We accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Application materials are available on the ERAS website.  A completed application should include three letters of recommendation, personal statement, and curriculum vitae. We select 35-40 applicants per year for interviews which are held in September and October each year.

Our program Number is: 141-351-4284


Program Administrator: Israel Marmolejos