The Einstein Rheumatology Fellowship Program covers four hospitals with varying types of patient populations.
- East Campus includes the Jacobi Medical Center/Bronx Municipal Hospital Center (City) and the Weiler Hospital of Montefiore Medical Center (Private and Service).
- West Campus includes Montefiore Hospital (Private and Service) and North Central Bronx Hospital (City).
Fellows are immediately immersed in thriving general rheumatology and lupus clinics at all four sites. Montefiore, Jacobi, and Weiler hospitals represent large tertiary and quaternary referral centers. North Central Bronx is a busy urban community hospital.
Over 5000 outpatient visits are recorded annually at the adult arthritis clinics of these hospitals. Children with rheumatic diseases are seen on the consultation services at all four hospitals. Clinical research is conducted on both campuses, and the basic research laboratories are situated at the College of Medicine on the East Campus where faculty have access to multiple shared facilities and students from the MD PhD program and the Graduate program.