Dennis Chang, MD is an Assistant Professor at Mount Sinai Medical Center Division of Hospital Medicine. He received his bachelor’s degree from Yale University and his medical degree from University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at University of Southern California and New York University. He currently is the Co-Director of the 3rd Year Medicine Clerkship, Director of Education for the Division of Hospital Medicine and Coach of a Clinical Microsystem. His past roles include Director of Perioperative Services and Unit Medical Director.
MD, University of Chicago
Residency, Internal Medicine
University of Southern California
Residency, Internal Medicine
Bellevue Hospital Center
Team Player Award
Division of Hospital Medicine
Mount Sinai Team Spotlight Award
Discharge Medication Reconciliation Team Member
Mount Sinai Hospital
Chang D, Torgalkar S. What Are the Indications for a Blood Transfusion? [abstract]. 2013;.
Bradley SM, Chang D, Fallar R, Karani R. A Patient Safety and Transitions of Care Curriculum for Third-Year Medical Students. Gerontology & geriatrics education 2014 Oct;.
Madeira C, Chang D. How Should Hyponatremia Be Evaluated and Managed? [abstract]. 2014;.
Chang D, Kerr L. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in Hospital Patients. Hospital Medicine Clinics 2014 October:542-555.
Chang D, Dunn A, Markoff B, Briones A, Reyna M, Cho HJ. Reviews of Reseach on Perioperative Morbidity, Capnography with Diabetic Ketoacidosis in the ED, Mortality Rate for Elective Surgeries. The Hospitalist 2013 October.
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