St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center

History

Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West (formerly Roosevelt) Hospitals have historic connections to the New York City as well as medical science. They have been caring for patients, serving the community, fostering medical research and innovation, and training new doctors in nearly every specialty since they first opened their doors in the 1800s. Excellent, patient-centered medical care provided with compassion and respect, regardless of ability to pay, have always been central to the mission and remain so today. Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West Hospitals are teaching hospitals of the Mount Sinai Health System, one of the largest health systems in the United States. Combined, our main residency sites see over 170,000 patients each year. Our residency is an ACGME fully accredited PGY 1-3 program with 42 EM residents (increasing to 60 by July 2019) and more than 40 full-time faculty. Located on two campuses on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, we serve patients from Greenwich Village Midtown, the Theater District, Morningside Heights and Harlem.Roosevelt Hospital's newly renovated Emergency Department was completed in late 2009. It includes over 40 patient rooms, a 3 bed fully equipped resuscitation room, separate gynecology suite, radiology suite with CT scanner, Fast Track area, multiple PACS stations for review of imaging studies, and a large number of physician computers. Located near Columbus Circle, it is ideally situated to provide care for the west side of Manhattan, including Times Square, Midtown West, Clinton/Hell's Kitchen, and the Upper West Side. The Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Emergency Department is located in Morningside Heights, next to the undergraduate campus of Columbia University. St. Luke’s is an ACS Level 2 Trauma Center, STEMI center, stroke center and Sexual Assault Referral Center. The ED cares for over 100,000 patients yearly, including 20,000 pediatric patients in a separate Emergency Medicine staffed pediatric ED.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Eric Legome, MD
  • Program Director: Chen He, MD
  • Associate Program Director: Christopher Hahn, MD
  • Assistant Program Director: Jenny Beck-Esmay, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

Mount Sinai West

The Mount Sinai West (MSW) Emergency Department, located near Columbus Circle, provides care to a population across the mid to far West side of Manhattan. Mount Sinai West serves as a stroke center and sexual assault referral center. The modern and spacious ED includes over 40 patient rooms, a 3-bed fully-equipped resuscitation area, separate women’s health suite and departmental radiology. The ED cares for over 70,000 patients per year.

Secondary Hospital

Mount Sinai St. Luke’s

The Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Emergency Department is located in Morningside Heights, next to the undergraduate campus of Columbia University. St. Luke’s is an ACS Level 2 Trauma Center, STEMI center, stroke center and Sexual Assault Referral Center. The ED cares for over 100,000 patients yearly, including 20,000 pediatric patients in a separate Emergency Medicine staffed pediatric ED.

The pediatric emergency department at St. Luke's Hospital treats patients from the neonatal period until the 22nd birthday. Our faculty includes dedicated pediatric attendings who are board certified in pediatrics, pediatric emergency medicine, and/or or pediatric intensive care.

Curriculum

===PGY1===

Blocks (4 weeks)

  • Orientation 1 block
  • Adult ED MSSL/MSW 3.5 blocks
  • Adult ED MSBI 1.5 blocks
  • Pediatric ED MSSL 1.5 blocks
  • Pediatric ED MSH 1 block
  • EMS throughout Adult and Peds Blocks
  • MICU 1 block
  • CCU 1 block
  • Ob/Gyn .75 block
  • Anesthesia .5 block
  • Orthopedics .5 blocks
  • Ultrasound .25 blocks
  • Vacation 1 block

===PGY2===

Blocks (4 weeks)

  • Adult ED MSSL/MSW 6.75 blocks
  • Adult ED MSBI 1 block
  • Pediatric ED MSSL 1 block
  • Pediatric ED MSH .5 blocks
  • Critical Care Consult 1 block
  • NICU .5 blocks
  • Orthopedics .5 blocks
  • Ultrasound .25 blocks
  • Vacation 1 block

===PGY3===

Blocks (4 weeks)

  • Adult ED MSSL/MSW 8.5 blocks
  • Adult ED MSBI 1 block
  • Pediatric ED MSSL 1 block
  • MICU 1 block
  • Research/Admin 1 block
  • Elective 1 block
  • Vacation 1 block

Electives

Fellowships

  • Administration
  • Global Health
  • Simulation
  • Ultrasound

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Ericka Salas Email: ericka.salas@mountsinai.org Phone: +01 212 523 8158 </P? Fax: +01 212 523 8000

External Links

http://www.slremresidency.org/

See Also