The New Yorker - "Every Disease on Earth; Elmhurst Hospital’s Medical Melting Pot"
In the early nineteen-sixties, when the city could no longer afford to staff its public hospitals, Elmhurst Hospital entered into an arrangement with Mount Sinai Hospital and School of Medicine. Today, most physicians practicing at Elmhurst are interns, residents, and faculty professors at Mount Sinai. Elmhurst gets inexpensive staff; Sinai gets a unique training center. "It is pretty much universally residents' favorite place to rotate," Dr. David Muller, the dean for medical education at Mount Sinai. Learn more