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Ambulatory Care & Community Outreach

Ambulatory Care: The 3 year fellowship program provides Continuity Clinic for each fellow at either Mount Sinai St. Luke's or Mount Sinai Roosevelt, inclusive of:

  • Chest
  • Asthma
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Cystic fibrosis

James P. Mara Center for Lung Disease:
A $2,000,000 donation was given to Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt to establish a lung center of excellence at Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt. This center opened during December 1998. This center has greatly strengthened the educational and research mission of the pulmonary-critical care division. James P Mara Center continues to be funded. The mission of the Mara Lung Center is to develop programs that optimize patient care, education, teaching, and research and to enhance the lives of patients disabled by all varieties of lung disorders. The center provides support for several programs that enhance the training experience and provide research opportunities to fellows:

  • Community outreach - early detection of lung disease, asthma screenings, Great American Smoke out, Asthma Day, COPD Day, etc.
  • Patient run support groups (COPD, alpha - 1 antitrypsin deficiency and pulmonary hypertension). Fellows participate in lectures to the patients
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation - fellows refer, assess and evaluate progress of their patients, and participate in cardiopulmonary exercise testing ** Of note, the James P. Mara Center for Lung Disease is one of only two certified pulmonary rehabilitation centers in NYC
  • Grants - early detection of lung disease, smoking cessation, special center for alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
  • Local and national involvement in advocacy programs (US COPD Coalition, COPD Foundation, and New York and American Lung Association)
  • Involvement/presentation in conferences (COPD/Alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency)
  • IRB protocol submissions, recruitment, and follow-up of research subjects

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