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EHMC Internal Medicine Residency Program: 201-894-3134

Our Mount Sinai affiliation affords residents the unique opportunity to participate in elective programs at Mount Sinai Hospital during the second and third years of their residency.
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center offers its 40 residents highly individualized training, strongly contributing to their growth and development. Attending physicians supervise each patient’s care, providing residents with the critical and desirable experience of learning the art of medicine from personal role models. By encouraging strong interactive relationships of this kind, residents train in a stimulating atmosphere where they gain ongoing exposure to varied pathology while working closely with exceptional full-time and voluntary faculty dedicated to the highest educational standards.

Teaching tomorrow’s physicians is a privilege and a challenge – one Englewood Hospital and Medical Center takes seriously. Morning Reports and teaching rounds allow small group sessions for focused clinical teaching and feedback to improve residents’ skills. The comprehensive didactic curriculum includes daily conferences on a broad variety of core and subspecialty topics in Internal Medicine.

Graduates from the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Residency Program boast an excellent track record on the American Board of Internal Medicine Certifying Examination, in obtaining first rate subspecialty fellowships, and in securing positions in hospital medicine and primary care practice.

Mount Sinai Students at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is a major teaching affiliate of Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. Mount Sinai students are assigned to EHMC for rotations during their 2nd and 3rd year of medical school. The 2nd year course is Physical Diagnosis. The 3rd year course is the Clerkship in Medicine. The 3rd year students are fully integrated into the teaching service team with Englewood medical residents. This affords opportunity for stimulating interaction between students and residents and offers the residents experience in formal didactic, as well as informal clinical teaching.