Mount Sinai Hospital

Tobin Efferen MD
Assistant Professor*

Specific Interests:

  • Resident instruction in emergency procedures
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Stephanie Eugene MD
Chairman, Recruitment Committee

Dr. Eugene attended Rush Medical College in 2005 and completed her EM residency at the University of Chicago in 2008. She served as Chief of Quality and Patient Safety from 2007-2008. She currently works at Mount Sinai Hospital—a level 1 trauma center where she serves as chairman on the Recruitment Committee. She is also a member of the admissions committee at Rosalind Franklin University Chicago MedicalSchool. Her interests include community service, violence prevention in youth, and medical mission trips to underserved contries.

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Erika Ferguson MD
Co-Site Director
Jorge Ferrer MD
Clinical Instructor*

Activities:

  • Associate Project Medical Director, EMS, MSH

Specific Interests:

  • EMS
Paulina Kuchinic MD
Assistant Professor*

Activities:

  • Co-director, Student Programs (M3), Department of Emergency Medicine, MSH

Specific Interests:

  • Student and resident education
Fernando Orellana MD
Assistant Professor*

Activities:

  • Co-director, Student Programs (M3), Department of Emergency Medicine, MSH

Specific Interests:

  • Student and resident education
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Amardeep Singh MD
Assistant Professor*

Activities:

  • Director, Quality Improvement Program, Dept EM, MSH
  • Director, Ultrasound Education, Dept EM, MSH
  • Faculty Lead, Ultrasound Instruction/Workshops, University of Chicago Emergency Medicine Residency

Specific Interests:

  • Medical student and resident education
  • Emergency ultrasound education
Michael Slater MD, MS
Assistant Professor*

Activities:

  • Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety from Northwestern in 2010
  • Coordinator, Outside Rotator Medical Education, Dept EM, MSH
  • QI Director, Dept EM, MSH
  • Chair, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, MSH

Specific Interests:

  • Quality improvement
  • Patient safety
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Thomas Widell MD, FACEP
Co-Site Director Assistant Professor*

 

 

 

 

 

Activities:

  • Associate Residency Program Director at MSH
  • Director, Emergency Medicine Resident Education, MSH

Specific Interests:

  • Trauma management
  • ED computer use
  • Procedure laboratory instruction, cadaver-based labs
Olga Zavelsky MD
Clinical Instructor*

Specific Interests:

  • Medical education
  • Emergency ultrasound
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Les Zun MD, MBA
Professor*

Leslie S. Zun, M.D., M.B.A. is the System Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine in the Sinai Health System in Chicago, Illinois and Chairman & Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine and a secondary appointment in the Department of Psychiatry at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/Chicago Medical School in North Chicago, Illinois.  His background includes a medical degree (M.D.) from Rush Medical College and a business degree (M.B.A.) from Northwestern University’s JL Kellogg School of Management. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Zun was a chief operating officer and acting chief executive officer for a 200 bed hospital in Chicago.  Dr Zun’s research interests include healthcare administration, violence prevention and behavioral emergencies. His publications have addressed the administration of the hospitals and emergency departments, physicians’ bonus and incentive plans and quality improvement topics. He has presented his research and lectured on these topics both nationally and internationally. He is a board member of American Academy of Emergency Medicine and the President Elect for the American Association for Emergency Psychiatry. He is the chief editor of the Behavioral Emergencies for Emergency Physicians textbook and course director for the past five years for the National Update on Behavioral Emergencies conference.

Activities:

  • Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine at Chicago Medical School and Sinai Health System

Specific Interests:

  • Administration
  • Violence Prevention
  • Behavioral Emergencies

* Mount Sinai emergency medicine faculty members have academic appointments within the Department of Emergency Medicine, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/The Chicago Medical School and also hold a Clinical Associate appointment in the University of Chicago Biological Sciences Division, Pritzker School of Medicine