Robert Lee Hoke

Robert Lee Hoke, MD

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (PENDING) | Emergency Medicine


Emergency Medicine

Dr. Robert Hoke attended Rutgers New Jersey Medical School graduating in 2017.  Following that, he completed an Emergency Medicine residency at Maimondies Medical Center where he served as a chief resident from 2019-2020.   After his residency he completed an EMS/Disaster Fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta.  Currently he is an Instructor in Emergency Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine and part of the Emergency Medicine attending staff at Sinai West, Morningside and Brooklyn.   Additionally, Dr. Hoke works with the Mount Sinai EMS teams and preparedness teams.   


MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Residency, Emergency Medicine, Maimonides Medical Center

Fellowship, Emergency Medicine, Emory University Hospital

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