The Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals offer a three-year emergency medicine training program with fourteen residents in each year. The program begins in the first postgraduate year (EM-1). Our goal is to teach residents the full spectrum of emergency medicine, preparing them to: master the cognitive, interpersonal and procedural skills of clinical emergency medicine, educate others in the specialty, evaluate new information in a scientific manner, and perform research.

Our program offers residents a unique clinical training environment, with over 180,000 patient visits to our emergency departments annually. The St. Luke’s Division, a Level I Trauma Center with a separate Pediatric ED staffed by our residents, serves Manhattan’s Upper West Side and Harlem; and the Roosevelt Division is adjacent to midtown Manhattan, Lincoln Center and Central Park. These two distinct sites ensure that our residents care for a patient population that is large in volume, high in acuity, international in diversity, and representative of virtually every type of injury and illness.

For further information on the Residency Program, please visit the residency Web site. You may also contact Ericka Salas at 212-523-8158.



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