Education & Training
Education & Training
At Montefiore Medical Center, the University Hospital and Academic Medical Center for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, today’s pioneers educate the next generation of leaders. Montefiore provides residents and other healthcare professionals a unique opportunity for hands-on training in one of the most diverse urban areas in the country — one where the population is global, the disease burden is high, and the need for quality care is great.
Education initiatives include:
Patient Health Library
Our patient health library includes more than 6,000 topics relating to healthcare services, treatments and medications that help patients and their families quickly and easily find answers to their health concerns, 24 hours per day. Become a more informed patient.
As part of Montefiore Medical Center’s commitment to education, we routinely hosts grand rounds, formal meeting at which physicians discuss important medical issues and the clinical case of one or more patients. Find out which grand rounds are being held at Montefiore this week.
Partnership with Albert Einstein College of Medicine
The partnership has resulted in broad synergies and collaborations—advancing clinical and translational research to accelerate the pace at which new discoveries become the treatments and therapies that benefit patients and training the next generation of healthcare leaders. Learn more about our partnership with Einstein.
Residency and Fellowship Information
Through the second-largest medical residency program in the country, Montefiore provides postgraduate clinical training to more than 1,250 residents across 89 accredited residency and fellowship programs.
Our progressive focus on comprehensive rather than fragmented care provides the ideal training ground for healthcare leaders of the future. To remain on the cutting-edge of training, we develop and expand programs that advance teamwork, communication and decision-making. These programs, coupled with Montefiore’s mission and vision draw residents from top medical schools, including Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Yale School of Medicine, who are particularly committed to increasing access to excellent care in an underserved population. Many stay on to make their careers here. Forty-six percent of our doctors have trained at Montefiore. Learn more about our residency and fellowship programs.
Continuing Medical Education
Founded in 1976, the Center for Continuing Medical Education (CCME) at Montefiore and Einstein is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Center has produced hundreds of CME activities and offers CME credit to thousands of practitioners.
Recognizing the vital importance of developing and embracing innovative techniques and treatments, we are committed to the utilization of resources for the advancement of physicians’ educations and delivery of care. The ACCME recently awarded Einstein "Accreditation with Commendation," which is the highest rating achievable by a CME provider under the ACCME's new criteria. Learn more about our continuing medical education programs.
Nursing education at Montefiore fosters leadership and professional development in an interdisciplinary environment. Our nurses acquire new knowledge and skills through a variety of programs, including:
- Leadership development seminars designed and conducted by the Montefiore Learning Network
- Mentorship and professional management
Allied and Other Health Professional Training
Montefiore offers several allied and other health professional programs for clinical health care professions that are distinct from Medicine, Nursing and Dentistry. Because some of these professions are more specialized in nature, they must adhere to national training and education standards, as well as the professional scope of practice.
Montefiore helps meet these needs through our Physician Assistant Program, Pharmacy Program and Psychology Program. Learn more about these professional training programs.
Montefiore Einstein Certificate Program in Bioethics and Medical Humanities
The Montefiore Einstein Certificate Program in Bioethics and Medical Humanities is the longest running bioethics educational program in the New York metropolitan area. The year-long course can be taken independently to earn a Certificate, or as the key introductory course for the Master of Science in Bioethics program?a collaboration of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law and Montefiore. Click here to learn more about Einstein’s Master of Science in Bioethics program.
Our renowned multidisciplinary faculty collaborates with participants to offer an intellectually rich program grounded in our obligation to foster justice in the provision of care and conduct of research. The curriculum introduces the foundations of bioethics as a field, key principles in moral theory, methods of ethical reasoning, legal analysis and literary reading, and the skills necessary to apply bioethics in our daily practice and research. Learn more about the Montefiore Einstein Certificate Program in Bioethics and Medical Humanities, and the Master of Science in Bioethics.
The Montefiore Learning Network faculty have reached thousands of associates, families and patients through:
- Formal classes
- New associate and leader orientations
- New equipment orientations
- Management development programs
- E-learning opportunities
- Formal and informal consultations with staff
- Committee work
- Team building and strategic planning activities
- Computer classes
- Computer Information Systems training for professionals and paraprofessionals
- Continuing education offerings
- Career development initiatives
Our goals include nurturing a creative and critical thinking environment, managing and encouraging talent, assisting in making Montefiore a "learning place" and addressing the learning needs of Montefiore associates. Learn more about professional development opportunities at Montefiore.
We maintain strong ties with our alumni—those who have worked to help Montefiore become a nationally ranked hospital and premier academic medical center.
At the heart of our alumni relations efforts is the Montefiore Staff and Alumni Association—an institutionally-based organization that strengthens the relationships among Montefiore’s house staff, medical staff and alumni. Through programs and alumni services, we foster collegiality and a commitment to education and service. Members can expand their knowledge and career network with access to medical staff of various career levels and backgrounds, ranging from medical directors to former residents and fellows.
The organization also hosts education events and collects donations to support many programs, including scholarships for Einstein graduates. Learn more about our Alumni Association.
Contact Montefiore Education for more information.