Terence Brady, M.D., is chairman of the Department of Medicine. After obtaining bachelor's degrees from Fordham University and Touro College, he obtained his medical degree from St. George's University. His internship and residency in Internal Medicine were completed at New York Hospital Queens (then Booth Memorial Medical Center) and this was followed by fellowship in Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Brady is a clinical assistant professor of Medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He supervises and instructs residents on a daily basis and is in overall administrative control of the residency program.
Together with his own practice of clinical medicine, Dr. Brady's duties include resident recruitment, curriculum development, resident education and evaluation. He oversees the organization of didactic programs and the coordination of clinical educational activities in the residency.
Dr. Brady is certified in Internal Medical and Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Brady is an award-winning clinical teacher in both medicine and critical care.
"Due to cultural diversity of the neighborhood, residents get the opportunity to see a large variety of pathology in a friendly environment. The hospital provides a large number of amenities so residents can concentrate on their education. A night float system provides adequate time for rest and reading."