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Words From Our Residents

  • "At Maimonides, I have felt like an active, important part of the treatment plan. The attending physicians and approachable and eager to teach." — Anonymous

 

  • "In a more globalized world, it has become essential to deal with cultural differences and learn how these differences modulate the presentation of psychiatric disorders. Maimonides offers this exceptional diversity." — Anonymous, PGY-1

 

  • "You will have a very diverse caseload here. You will feel prepared for any clinical scenario by the time you complete your training." — PGY-4

 

  • "If you like diversity, welcome to Maimonides Psychiatry Residency Program." — Vimal Satodiya, PGY-1

 

  • "Psychiatry at Maimonides just feels like home, no matter where you’re coming from, what language you speak, or how you like your coffee. We have it all." — Miriam Galescu, PGY-4

 

  • "If you want to work in a friendly environment, get diversity of patients, and an academic environmental blend, think of Maimonides." — Eduardo Chavez, PGY-1

 

  • "I love this place!" — Kandace McAlister, PGY-1

 

  • "Our residents come with a diverse set of past experiences and I am always amazed at what a cohesive group we are." — Suzanne Eschenbach, PGY-4

 

  • "Great program, well structured, nurturing mentors, supportive environment. A good place to learn." — Sandeep Gude, PGY-3

 

  • "One of the best things about the program is the amazing supportive atmosphere. We work together and have fun together." — Maria Bodic, PGY-4

 

  • "The program embodies an excellent combination of patient diversity, clinical expertise, camaraderie between residents and staff which makes residency life an enjoyable experience." — Anonymous

 

  • "From past graduates, you can see you have full potential to do anything you like- from private practice to continue fellowship at Harvard or Columbia or work in prestigious hospitals." — Liwen Ye, PGY-2

 

  • "One of the biggest strengths of the program is that we are actively encouraged to expresses our concerns about systems issues and they are always addressed so that residents have ample time to learn and not feel overworked."  — PGY-1