Dr. Theresa Soriano is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at ISSMS. She currently serves as Senior Vice President for Care Transitions and Population Health at Mount Sinai St. Luke's, with previous roles as Deputy CMO for Population Health in Mount Sinai Health Partners, Acting Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine, and Director of the Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Program, the nation’s largest academic home-based primary and palliative care program. Dr. Soriano received her MD and Masters in Public Health at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at University of Miami – Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, FL. She joined the faculty of Mount Sinai’s Division of General Medicine in 2004.
Dr. Soriano’s career interests include innovative care models for underserved and/or medically and psychosocially complex populations, clinical quality, interdisciplinary care teams, workforce development and advocacy in home-based primary and palliative care. She has presented and been recognized for her work in home-based primary and palliative care at the regional and national levels, and has published in major medical and healthcare professional journals.
Hospice & Palliative Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
BS, Cornell University
MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
, Jackson Memorial Hospital University of Miami
Residency, Internal Medicine
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Board of Directors
American Academy of Home Care Medicine (AAHCM)
Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Early Career Physician Award
Alumni Achievement Award
Cornell University College of Human Ecology
Ruth Abramson Award
Department of Medicine, ISMMS
Housecall Doctor of the Year
American Academy of Home Care Medicine (AAHCM)
Home-based primary and palliative care; Care coordination and care management; Care models for underserved populations
Federman AD, Soriano T. More Promise for Home-Based Primary Care. JAMA internal medicine 2014 Sep;.
Reckrey JM, Gettenberg G, Ross H, Kopke V, Soriano T, Ornstein K. The critical role of social workers in home-based primary care. Social work in health care 2014; 53(4).
Ornstein K, Wajnberg A, Kaye-Kauderer H, Winkel G, DeCherrie L, Zhang M, Soriano T. Reduction in symptoms for homebound patients receiving home-based primary and palliative care. Journal of palliative medicine 2013 Sep; 16(9).
Wajnberg A, Ornstein K, Zhang M, Smith KL, Soriano T. Symptom burden in chronically ill homebound individuals. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2013 Jan; 61(1).
DeCherrie LV, Soriano T, Hayashi J. Home-based primary care: a needed primary-care model for vulnerable populations. The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York; 79(4).
Foer D, Ornstein K, Soriano TA, Kathuria N, Dunn A. Nonmedical factors associated with prolonged hospital length of stay in an urban homebound population. Journal of hospital medicine : an official publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine 2012 Feb; 7(2).
Kao H, Conant R, Soriano T, McCormick W. The past, present, and future of house calls. Clinics in geriatric medicine 2009 Feb; 25(1).
Smith KL, Soriano TA, Boal J. Brief communication: National quality-of-care standards in home-based primary care. Annals of internal medicine 2007 Feb; 146(3).
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