Montefiore Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Residency and Fellowship Programs
Montefiore, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, offers highly competitive residency programs in all aspects of medicine. Ranked among the top hospitals nationally and regionally by U.S. News & World Report, Montefiore has been at the forefront of medical innovation for more than 100 years. Montefiore consistently breaks ground with innovative, new treatments, procedures and approaches to patient care, with a focus on producing stellar outcomes and raising the bar for medical centers in the region—and around the world.
Our logistical landscape spans the borough of the Bronx and various areas in Westchester County, which allows residents and fellows at Montefiore the opportunity to experience a unique combination of inpatient and outpatient experiences, with exposure to all types of pathology. More important, it sets a solid foundation for an outstanding educational and training experience.
Why Choose Montefiore: Become a Part of Our Legacy of Excellence
Our historical commitment to treating underserved communities both here at home and abroad is one reason why faculty, residents and medical students choose Montefiore. Our supports current and future physiatrists who wish to gain a greater understanding of how sociocultural and economic factors can impact the health of individuals and populations by treating patients directly and train physicians in the welcoming countries. Below are notable examples of this type of global outreach and education:
- Karen L. Morice, MD —along with a resident from our department and family care physician from another facility—spend several weeks a year in a cluster of remote villages in El Salvador, hours away from the nearest physician. Since 2010, she and her colleague have taken care of patients with a host of problems, many of which stem from arduous physical labor in a very hot climate. Dr. Morice has treated many villagers with injections of local anesthetic agents, corticosteroids or peripheral nerve blocks to relieve their musculoskeletal pain and allow them to work more comfortably for longer periods of time.
- Huma H. Naqvi, MD , has trained physicians in Iraq to treat the high incidence of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal disorders in children that exists in that country. These include cerebral palsy, epilepsy and spasticity. The program is affiliated with the University of Baghdad—College of Medicine and the University of Kufa College of Medicine, is sponsored by an Albert Einstein College of Medicine Global Health Opportunities Grant.
At the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Montefiore, positions are offered via the National Residency Matching Program, and applications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service. Candidates are ranked based on the interview, medical school transcript, dean's letter, United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) scores, letters of recommendation, research experience and publications in peer-reviewed journals. Montefiore sponsors J1 and H1 visas.
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