As the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence and commitment to quality care.
Physicians and nurses, recognized for their dedication to our patients, enables Montefiore to provide cutting edge healthcare while training the next generation of health professionals through a robust selection of residency programs and other professional training programs. On-going professional development and learning opportunities allow our staff to evolve and grow with the changing health needs of the populations we serve.
Montefiore also offers a wealth of resources for healthcare professionals—assistance to referring physicians and a number of different career options for current and perspective employees.
Montefiore, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is one of the largest and most prestigious academic medical centers in the nation. Our 17,000 associates are driven by a passion to serve and a desire to provide excellent care. Our modern and technologically advanced facilities, including three full-service, acute care hospitals, an internationally recognized children’s hospital, and more than 20 locations for primary and specialty care throughout the Bronx and Westchester County, provide the ideal setting to showcase your skills and talents while supporting your professional development. Learn more details about applying for a position at Montefiore.
At Montefiore, referring physicians are valued members of the patient care team, and we work closely with our partners to ensure that treatment is seamless and thorough. We are committed to maintaining the integrity of the relationships between referring physicians and their patients. Learn more about our services.
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.
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.
Montefiore offers several allied and other health professional programs for clinical health care professions that are distinct from dentistry, nursing and medicine. Because some of these professions are more specialized in nature, they must adhere to national training and education standards, as well as they 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.
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.
Montefiore nurses have a long history of providing quality patient and family care. We value our nurses' experience, skills, interdisciplinary team leadership and unique contributions to the nursing profession. Learn more about the nursing program at Montefiore.
Founded in 1976, the Center for Continuing Professional Development (CCPD) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore Medical Center (Einstein) is accredited by the Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education (JA) to provide continuing education for clinicians. Einstein offers continuing education credit for the following professions: dentistry, medicine, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, PAs, psychology, and social work. 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 the clinicians’ education and delivery of care. Learn more about our continuing medical education programs.
Thousands of our associates benefit from The Montefiore Learning Network’s 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, CIS training for professionals and paraprofessionals, continuing education offerings, and career development initiatives. Discover more about The Montefiore Learning Network.
CMO, Montefiore Care Management, is a full service care management company that provides advanced services and interventions to help Bronx residents achieve optimal health. For over 15 years, CMO has laid the foundation for patient-centered care that has focused on improving clinical quality, enhancing patient experience and reducing healthcare costs. Learn more about the benefits CMO provides healthcare professionals.
The Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics addresses value-laden issues at the interface of medicine, law and public policy and focuses on issues most likely to improve patient care, human subjects’ research, and health policy. We draw together expertise that promotes reasoned analysis of ethical issues in health care, both at the level of the individual patient and clinician, and at the level of society as a whole. Learn how the Center for Bioethics can help advance patient care.
In connection with your appointment or reappointment to the medical/allied health staff at Montefiore, you are required to submit an electronic Conflict of Interest Disclosure Survey. Outside vendors are also required to participate. Please contact the Department of Compliance at 718-920-8239 for assistance with completing and submitting a Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form.
Montefiore Conflict of Interest Policy JH20.1
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