Welcome to the Mount Sinai General Surgery Residency Program at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, NY.

The residency is made up of a diverse group of individuals across the country, with unique backgrounds and interests, united in taking great care of patients and each other. We hope to provide information to interested medical students and applicants about the general surgery program in a less formal, more personal way.


➤ Office Location

5 E 98th St, 15th Fl
New York, NY 10029

➤ Hospital Location

1 Gustave Levy Place
New York, NY 10029


About the Hospital

  • 1171-bed academic teaching hospital on the UES in Manhattan

  • 45 ORs

  • #9 in Adult Gastroenterology & GI Surgery Hospitals

  • #15 hospital on U.S. News and World Report


  • 50 total residents

  • 7 categoricals / year

  • 6 designated prelims / year

  • 6 non-designated prelims / year

Rotation sites include:

  • Elmhurst Hospital

  • Bronx VA

  • Mount Sinai Downtown


Registration through ERAS and the NRMP system opens September 15, 2019. We will hold 3 interview days:

November 9th, 2019
December 8th, 2019
January 11th, 2020

Categorical candidates will have the opportunity to meet our house staff the evening before their scheduled interview day at our Pre-Interview Social Event which is an informal gathering. 

Global Surgery Program

Our program has developed an opportunity in which surgical residents in their third year of training will perform a surgical rotation in Cabral, Dominican Republic.

Link to find out more.


Recent Events

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Resident of the Month

Marina Reppucci, MD, PGY3


From Connecticut, Marina is a dedicated yogi and reader of the NYT Sunday paper. She is particularly interested in surgical mentorship and increasing the presence of bioethics in surgery.

Education: Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine
Favorite Activity in the City: Union Square Greenmarket
Specialty Interest: Pediatric Surgery

At a given instant, everything the surgeon knows suddenly becomes important to the solution of the problem. You can’t do it an hour later, or tomorrow. Nor can you go to the library and look it up.