St. John's Riverside Hospital


Our program strives to provide the residents with a “best of both worlds experience”—our residents have exposure to the Andrus Pavilion, a busy community hospital, Dobbs Ferry, a small community hospital, and to Jacobi, one of the nation’s busiest trauma centers. Because our residents train in emergency rooms that represent the full spectrum of Emergency Medicine, they will be well prepared to practice in whatever environment they choose.

St. John’s Riverside Hospital (SJRH) is a unique hospital system situated along the Hudson River in Westchester County. SJRH – Andrus Pavilion is one of two hospitals in Yonkers, a city with a population of approximately 200,000. SJRH--Dobbs Ferry Pavilion is located approximately 4 miles north in a more suburban neighborhood. Both emergency departments see a significant amount of pediatrics in addition to adult patients.

As physicians who frequently work with underserved patient populations receiving care from safety net hospitals, emergency physicians should be fierce defenders of the ACA and strong advocates for Med
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EMRA and SAEM RAMS collaborated alongside EM department chairs across the nation as part of the May Virtual SAEM Meeting. Our "Cocktails with Chairs" event sought to reduce the power distance between
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Implicit bias is rightfully the hot topic of the year, and it’s important to acquire a deeper understanding of it.
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We're pleased to introduce Jonathan Chan, MD, assistant vice chair of the EMRA International Committee, 2020-2021.
Program Director Interview Series: Tiffany Murano, MD, FACEP | St. John's Riverside Hospital This month, the Medical Student Council spoke with Dr. Tiffany Murano, Program Director at St. John's Rive