Arunabha Nandi
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Arunabha Nandi, MD

Emergency Medicine

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About Me

Dr. Arun Nandi, MD, FACEP, FRCS is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine. Prior to joining Mount Sinai, he was the Chair of Emergency Medicine at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut and at Columbia Memorial Hospital in New York. Throughout his leadership roles, he has led the restructuring & reorganization of emergency departments and systems of care for stroke, cardiac emergencies & trauma.

Clinically, Dr. Nandi has experience both an emergency physician in the United States, and as a surgeon in the United Kingdom, India and Trinidad & Tobago. He completed his residency in emergency medicine from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Jacobi medical center and formally trained as a surgeon in trauma & reconstructive surgery, completing fellowships at the Royal College of Surgeons, in both London and Edinburgh. As part of his academic research, he investigated wound healing at Stony Brook University and expanded his research into keloids & hypertrophic scarring.

Dr. Nandi’s passion lies in cultivating global health programs for emergency medicine and is active in the education, operations and research efforts of multiple organizations. He is the Deputy Ambassador to India for the American College of Emergency Physicians, International section and Visiting Professor for Emergency Medicine at JIPMER Pondicherry, his Alma mater where he spearheaded the emergency medicine residency training program and setting up Emergency services. Beyond the realm of medicine, Dr. Nandi is fluent in Hindi, Tamil & Bengali and loves traveling & hiking with his dogs.

Language
English
Position
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Emergency Medicine, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Global Health
Hospital Affiliations
  • The Mount Sinai Hospital