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.
Thursday October 6, 2016
Decision Making and Late-Life Suicide
Presented by Katalin Szanto, MD
Thursday October 13, 2016
Bipolar Depression: Concepts and Treatments
Presented by Steven L. Dubovsky, MD
Thursday October 20, 2016
Training Clinicians in Evidence-Base Practices: A Taste of Implementation Science
Presented by Steve Martino, Ph.D
Thursday November 3, 2016
Justice and Mental Health Collaboration: The Currrent Frontier
Presented by Debra Pinals, MD
Thursday November 10, 2016
But He Knew It Was Wrong: Delinquency and Adolescent Culpability
Presented by Peter Ash, MD
Posted July 27, 2016:
From Grant Mitchell, MD (Chairman) and David Roane, MD (Program Director)
We are very excited to announce the plans for a new Comprehensive Behavioral Health Institute at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. The Institute will be housed in the Bernstein Pavilion, located on East 15th Street, just north of the East Village in Downtown Manhattan. The Pavilion will undergo a major renovation and, when completed, will house over 150 inpatient beds in Psychiatry and Addiction including a new state-of-the-art unit for adult and geriatric psychiatry. A Partial Hospital Program will be added to our existing continuum of outpatient services and our Electro-Convulsive Therapy program will expand significantly. The Institute will fully integrate psychiatric treatment with primary care and addiction services and will include new models of service delivery. There will be a centralized intake unit to provide rapid evaluations and facilitate access to all outpatient services. With these enhancements, Mount Sinai Beth Israel will be expanding its role as prominent provider of behavioral health services within the Mount Sinai Health Care System to better serve the needs of the local community and the tri-state area.
We urge prospective applicants to psychiatry residency to strongly consider our program. Those applicants who are interviewed will be introduced to the latest plans for our Institute and the anticipated timeline for the development of the new services and facilities. Interested applicants may also contact Dr. Roane, directly, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the Institute and new vision for the downtown campus for Mount Sinai.
Posted July 15, 2015:
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Grant Mitchell, MD as the new Chairman of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. Dr. Mitchell comes to us from Columbia University where he served as Vice Chairman for Clinical Affairs. He has also served as Commissioner of Mental Health for Westchester County. Welcome to Mount Sinai Beth Israel Dr. Mitchell!
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