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Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt consists of two sites located along on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, with Mount Sinai Roosevelt located at Tenth Avenue at 59th Street and Mount Sinai St. Luke's located at Amsterdam Avenue at 114th Street. Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt, established in 1846 and 1871, respectively, brought to their merger extraordinary records of medical "firsts" and commitment to their patients.
Today, the two sites respond to the diverse needs and challenges of New York City’s population; serving some of the world’s most influential figures to some of the cities most needy. There is a continual flux of attendings, house staff, patients, and administrative personnel between these two sites, and Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt is considered a single institution. A hospital-provided bus is available for travel between sites.
The primary mission of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery is to provide care of the highest quality to all orthopedic patients presenting to Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt, regardless of the patient’s race, religion, sexual orientation or ability to pay. To accomplish this task, we have an outstanding attending staff with fellowship training in all of the subspecialties of orthopedic surgery, and most hold teaching appointments at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, including some with the rank of clinical professor.
The Hospital Center maintains a close academic affiliation with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. All academic appointments for the attending surgeons of the Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt Department of Orthopedic Surgery are at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. However, the orthopedic surgery residency of Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt is run as an entirely separate and independent entity from Mount Sinai Orthopedic Surgery program.
The residency program is currently approved for 15 positions, three in each year of a five-year program. The PGY-1 residents (i.e. “interns”) are provided with a schedule of 12 one-month rotations controlled solely by the chairman of orthopedics. These rotations are in compliance with the guidelines of the Residency Review Committee for resident education.
Above all, we strive to provide superior quality education to our orthopedic residents, fellows, third and fourth year medical students from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, as well as fourth year students from medical schools over a broad geographic area. By practicing with the highest standard of care, we strive to advance the knowledge of our hospital staff, patients and the community.
George L. Unis, MD
Chairman, Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Louis W. Catalano III, MD
Director, Residency Program
C.V. Starr Hand Surgery Center
The Department of Orthopedics, Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt, it's Governing Body, Medical Staff and Administration maintains compliance with New York State Part 405 and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) policies related to regulations governing resident work hours by monitoring the hours worked by its residents.
Monitoring of resident work hours and supervision is an integrated part of the Hospital's Quality Improvement Program. Findings are aggregated and reported by the Designated Institution Officer (DIO) for the Graduate Medical Education Committee and presented to the Quality Performance and Improvement Committee.
We invite all applicants interested in learning more about our training program from our current residents to contact Kathy Langworthy at firstname.lastname@example.org and Christella Watts at email@example.com.
For Outside Elective Rotations:
For information and to apply for the 4th year elective, all questions should be sent to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Sinai Roosevelt
1000 Tenth Ave
at 59th Street
New York, NY 10019