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Erick A Eiting, MD, MPH Email Erick Eiting

Emergency Medicine
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Mount Sinai Doctors ?
    • Position
    • ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Emergency Medicine
    • Specialty
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Language
    • English
    • Hospital Affiliations
    • Mount Sinai Brooklyn
    • Mount Sinai Beth Israel
    • New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai
    • Mount Sinai Queens
    • Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West
    • The Mount Sinai Hospital

 

Erick A. Eiting, MD, MPH, MMM, is Vice Chair of Operations for Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Downtown, which includes the Emergency Department at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and the Urgent Care Center at Mount Sinai Union Square in New York City.  He is a tireless advocate for vulnerable patient populations.  He has focused efforts on improving access to care for incarcerated patients using innovative care models and medical technology.  Previously, he worked at Director of Population Health for Correctional Health Services at New York City Health + Hospitals.  His use of telemedicine helped to expand access to specialty care through telemedicine, helping to cut costs and improve care coordination.  Additionally, he worked at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, where he served as Medical Director for Inmate Health Services at LAC+USC Medical Center and also as Medical Director for USC Correctional Health.  In this role, he used telemedicine to help triage patients with same day needs to determine appropriate care settings. Erick A. Eiting, MD, MPH, MMM, is Vice Chair of Operations for Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Downtown, which includes the Emergency Department at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and the Urgent Care Center at Mount Sinai Union Square in New York City.  He is a tireless advocate for vulnerable patient populations.  He has focused efforts on improving access to care for incarcerated patients using innovative care models and medical technology.  Previously, he worked at Director of Population Health for Correctional Health Services at New York City Health + Hospitals.  His use of telemedicine helped to expand access to specialty care through telemedicine, helping to cut costs and improve care coordination.  Additionally, he worked at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, where he served as Medical Director for Inmate Health Services at LAC+USC Medical Center and also as Medical Director for USC Correctional Health.  In this role, he used telemedicine to help triage patients with same day needs to determine appropriate care settings. 

Certification

American Board of Emergency Medicine

Education

MD, SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Internship, Emergency Medicine
Montefiore Medical Group

Residency, Emergency Medicine
Jacobi Hospital Center

Fellowship, Emergency Medicine
University of Southern California Med Center

Language

English