David L. Reich

President & Chief Operating Officer at The Mount Sinai Hospital

David L. Reich

David L. Reich

President & Chief Operating Officer at The Mount Sinai Hospital

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The Mount Sinai Hospital

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Former Senior Vice Chairman at The Mount Sinai Hospital

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Former Vice Chairman at The Mount Sinai Hospital

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Life Member, Board of Trustees at Northwestern University

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Commissioner at The United States Social Security Administration

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David L. Reich
President & Chief Operating Officer at The Mount Sinai Hospital
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Horace W. Goldsmith Professor & Chair of Anesthesiology
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Founded in 1852, The Mount Sinai Hospital is a 1,171-bed, tertiary-care teaching facility acclaimed internationally for excellence in clinical care. U.S. News & World Report ranks Mount Sinai among the top hospitals nationwide. Mount Sinai also ranks in several specialties, and is top 10 in three of those: Geriatrics (#4), Gastroenterology (#9), and Ear, Nose & Throat (#10). The opening years of the 21st century found The Mount Sinai Medical Center struggling financially, but by the end of the Hospital’s 150th anniversary celebration in 2002/2003, steps had already been taken to chart a new course. In January 2003, Kenneth L. Davis, MD, Mount Sinai Class of 1973, was named Dean of the School of Medicine. On March 24th he was also named President and CEO of The Mount Sinai Medical Center. Four years later the two offices were split and Dennis S. Charney, MD became Dean. In 2010 the School reached a milestone when the Middle States Commission granted Mount Sinai initial accreditation to be a free-standing entity that would grant its own degrees – something the founders of the School had envisioned 50 years previously. In 2012 the name of the School was changed to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, to honor the lifetime generosity of Trustee Carl Icahn to Mount Sinai. That same year Mount Sinai celebrated the opening of a new clinical and research facility, the Leon and Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine.

President & Chief Operating Officer
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The Mount Sinai Medical Center is a 1,171-bed, tertiary-care teaching facility acclaimed internationally for excellence in clinical care. Founded in 1852, The Mount Sinai Medical Center encompasses The Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. U.S. News & World Report named Mount Sinai Medical Center to its 2012-2013 Honor Roll of elite hospitals, ranking us 14th among nearly 5,000 hospitals nationwide. Mount Sinai also ranked in 11 out of 15 specialties, and is top ten in three of those: Geriatrics (#2), Gastroenterology (#7), and Heart and Heart Surgery (#10).” Additionally, Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai received U.S. News and World Report 2013-2014 rankings in seven pediatric specialties: Cancer Cardiology & Heart Surgery Diabetes & Endocrinology Gastroenterology Nephrology Pulmonology Urology

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Founded in 1852, The Mount Sinai Hospital is a 1,171-bed, tertiary-care teaching facility acclaimed internationally for excellence in clinical care. U.S. News & World Report ranks Mount Sinai among the top hospitals nationwide. Mount Sinai also ranks in several specialties, and is top 10 in three of those: Geriatrics (#4), Gastroenterology (#9), and Ear, Nose & Throat (#10). The opening years of the 21st century found The Mount Sinai Medical Center struggling financially, but by the end of the Hospital’s 150th anniversary celebration in 2002/2003, steps had already been taken to chart a new course. In January 2003, Kenneth L. Davis, MD, Mount Sinai Class of 1973, was named Dean of the School of Medicine. On March 24th he was also named President and CEO of The Mount Sinai Medical Center. Four years later the two offices were split and Dennis S. Charney, MD became Dean. In 2010 the School reached a milestone when the Middle States Commission granted Mount Sinai initial accreditation to be a free-standing entity that would grant its own degrees – something the founders of the School had envisioned 50 years previously. In 2012 the name of the School was changed to the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, to honor the lifetime generosity of Trustee Carl Icahn to Mount Sinai. That same year Mount Sinai celebrated the opening of a new clinical and research facility, the Leon and Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine.

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