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Mount Sinai Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery

Mount Sinai has one of the most sought after fellowships in endocrine surgery (a fellowship is a year of specialty training after completing a general surgery residency program).  The main objective of the Mount Sinai Endocrine Surgery Fellowship program is to train the next generation of endocrine surgeons. Fellows receive broad exposure to all aspects of endocrine surgery with an emphasis on the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons core curriculum for endocrine surgery and minimal access techniques.  In Sept 2013, the Mount Sinai Medical Center acquired 5 NYC hospitals to become the Mount Sinai Health System, the largest healthcare organization in New York City (more than 37,000 employees). To capitalize on the immense educational opportunity, the Mount Sinai endocrine surgery fellow rotates equally between 2 MSHS hospitals in Manhattan: Mount Sinai Hospital (Upper East Side) and Mount Sinai Beth Israel (East Village). Six fellowship-trained endocrine surgeons split time between the 2 sites but continually collaborate through health system-wide endocrine tumor boards, research and quality initiatives. To view our outstanding faculty, follow the link below:

Endocrine Surgery Fellowship Faculty 2016