The Mount Sinai Health System provides a broad and extensive variety of environments for training in “real world” clinical informatics. We feel that it’s the intersection of Clinical Informatics with Clinical Care that makes for the best training experience, so both must be excellent. The Mount Sinai Health System combines the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and eight hospital campuses to provide the highest quality health care throughout the New York metropolitan area. Our integrated resources and expertise offer patients comprehensive care from birth through geriatrics, including complex cases. Mount Sinai Health System, due to the number of hospitals and ambulatory care sites as well as its variety of locations, spans the entire spectrum of patients socioeconomically, culturally, and linguistically.
The Mount Sinai fellowship is two years in length requiring the Informatics fellow to participate in both operational (i.e., service) and scholarly activities as well as being clinically active and comprised of both service and scholarly components. The clinical home is the Division of General Internal Medicine in the Samuel Bronfman Department of Medicine and the academic home is the Center for Clinical Informatics in the Department of Pathology. We accept applications from any physician who has successfully completed an accredited residency program in any clinical specialty. We accept applications from any physician who has successfully completed an accredited residency program in any clinical specialty. The EHR used in our institution is Epic (Epic Systems, Wisconsin).