Thank you for your interest in the residency training program in psychiatry at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. The residency training program provides outstanding clinical training in a stimulating, scientifically sophisticated environment with a staff dedicated to teaching, research and patient care. Located in the dynamic urban setting of Manhattan, the department is able to expose residents to patients from a wide variety of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.

With Beth Israel now joining the Mount Sinai Health System, the Department of Psychiatry is linked to the academic and research resources of a major medical school.

Additional affiliations with the graduate programs in psychology at the New School for Social Research further add to the stimulating academic atmosphere in the department.

We look forward to hearing from you and further acquainting you with our program.

Upcoming Grand Rounds Schedule

Thursday October 2, 2014
ARE MOOD DISORDERS METABOLIC/IMMFLAMMATORY DISORDERS?
Presented by Roger McIntyre, MD

Thursday October 9, 2014
STALKERS 101: AN INTRODUCTION
Presented by Boris Mekinulov, MD

Thursday October 16, 2014
DOCTOR ANONYMOUS: A PSYCHIATRIST TURNS PLAYWRIGHT
Presented by Guy Glass, MD

Thursday October 23, 2014
RESILIENCE: STRESS, ADAPTION AND RECOVERY
Presented by Paul Rosenfield, MD

Thursday October 30, 2014
HOW SCIENCES IS TRANSFORMING SUICIDE PREVENTION
Presented by J. John Mann, MD

Announcements

Posted October 22, 2013:

Congratulations to our 2013 Graduates; best wishes on your professional pursuits.  We would like to give a warm welcome to our new residents and fellows. Beth Israel was successful in recruiting a competent group of clinicians.  We wish you the best of luck on your training.

Posted December 06, 2010:
On December 2 we were informed by the Psychiatry Resident Review Committee of the ACGME that our Psychiatry Residency has received a full 5 years of continued accreditation with no citations. Many thanks to all residents and faculty who participated in the site visit last March.

 
 

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