Christopher Hahn

Christopher Hahn, MD

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Emergency Medicine


Emergency Medicine

Dr. Hahn graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons as a member of AOA and Gold Humanism Honor Society in 2012 and trained in emergency medicine at Highland Hospital, where he also served as Chief Resident. Prior to entering medicine, Dr. Hahn was a hip-hop artist and during his residency, he combined his passions for music and medical education and created The EMC, a free open access website designed to entertain and teach topics in emergency medicine. He is an ACEP lecturer, has been invited to perform and/or speak at conferences such as Essentials of EM and SMACC and won the National CPC Finals in 2018. He joined Mount Sinai after residency and was a co-director of the medical student clerkship at Morningside/West before becoming the assistant program director of the residency program in 2017 and associate program director in 2019.


American Board of Emergency Medicine


MD, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons

Residency, Emergency Medicine, Highland General Hospital

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