Clinical Sites

the Andrus Pavilion campus

St. John’s Riverside Hospital Andrus Pavilion is one of two hospitals in Yonkers, a city with a population of approximately 200,000. This 150 bed site sees 46,000 ED patients annually. Resident and attending physicians manage the 35 bed primary ED (with additional surge capacity), while lower acuity cases are treated by NP/PA providers in the fast track area.

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Dobbs Ferry Hospital entrance

St. John’s Riverside Hospital Dobbs Ferry Pavilion is a 7 bed community ER that sees 8,000 patients annually, located in Dobbs Ferry, NY. The Emergency Medicine team is responsible for managing all codes in the hospital.

Jacobi Medical Center entrance

Jacobi Medical Center is a large urban Level 1 Trauma Center located in Bronx, NY. Our residents complete two 4 week blocks of trauma at this busy, underserved, low socio-economic hospital. This center sees a wide range of penetrating and blunt trauma in both adult and pediatric populations. The Adult ED sees over 100,000 patients annually.

the Elmhurst Medical Center building
Mt. Sinai Elmurst Medical Center is a major Level I Trauma center and a main source of care for a diverse immigrant community in Queens, NY. The ED sees about 130,000 patients per year including high volumes of both blunt and penetrating trauma. Our residents complete 4 weeks of Trauma at this institution.
the Montefiore Medical Center entrance

SJRH is a clinical affiliate with Montefiore Medical Center, allowing our residents to gain unparalleled specialized intensive care training with high acuity patients in a busy, urban setting. Our residents complete a Neuroscience/Neurosurgical ICU rotation at Montefiore Moses, and a Neonatal ICU rotation at Montefiore Weiler, both located in the Bronx.