To advance the field of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (GEM) by delivering exceptional clinical care to our older patients, conducting novel and impactful geriatric clinical research, and educating students and providers to become world-class emergency medicine clinicians and academic leaders in GEM.
The Geriatric Emergency Medicine (GEM) division of Weill Cornell Emergency Medicine are premier providers of emergency care for older adult patients. We are also a leading academic center for GEM education and research, offering unique opportunities for medical students, residents, and fellows. With our commitment to advancing the field of GEM, our patients benefit from best-in-class care and up-to-date clinical research, delivered by world-class emergency physicians at the #1 hospital in New York.
Michael Stern, M.D.
Chief, Geriatric Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine
GEM physicians are award-winning leaders in areas of geriatric care ranging from elder abuse, delirium, infectious disease, polypharmacy, and trauma, and have implemented several unique clinical programs and protocols.
GEM fellows gain valuable experience in all aspects of clinical care, research, and education at one of the busiest hospitals in the U.S.
GEM research is committed to discovery, including clinical investigations that deliver innovations and new treatment protocols to our patients. Funding from numerous federal, state, and private grants enables inquiry to continue.
In-depth GEM education is available to every level of trainee across multiple teaching platforms including bedside, didactic, simulation, case-based report, and journal club.