Jenny Gerner
Jenny Gerner Attending Physician at Mount Sinai Health System

Jenny Gerner, MD, is a highly skilled and experienced physician offering her professional services in the Greater New York City Area. She currently holds the position of Attending Physician at Mount Sinai Health System, a role she has diligently fulfilled since 2012. Concurrently, she serves as a Medical Doctor at St.Luke's Roosevelt Hospital - a testament to her ability to successfully leverage her skills and knowledge across diverse healthcare settings. Before these roles, she was a Resident Physician of Internal Medicine at Lincoln Medical Center from July 2009 until December 2012. She also contributed as a Clinical Research Coordinator at John.H Stroger Jr.Hospital of Cook County from May 2007 to June 2009.

Dr. Gerner has an MD from the Universidad de la República, where she undertook a comprehensive study in Medicine from 1996 until 2007. Her key skill-sets include Medical Education and Internal Medicine, substantiating her solid foundation in the medical field. Despite maintaining a relatively modest LinkedIn network, Dr. Gerner sustains a profound commitment to her medical career, evident in her progressive professional movement in prominent healthcare institutes. Having spent over a decade in healing and educating, she demonstrates a commitment to enhancing patient outcomes and fostering an improved healthcare system within the country.

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Full name
Jenny Gerner
New York, New York, United States
Attending Physician
Mount Sinai Health System (since 2012)
LinkedIn Connections
Medical Education Internal Medicine


Universidad de la República
Attended in 1996 - 2007
Field of study: Medicine


Mount Sinai Health System
Greater New York City Area
Attending Physician
Aug 2012 - Present
St.Luke's Roosevelt Hospital
New York, New York
Medical Doctor
Aug 2012 - Present
Lincoln Medical Center
Resident Physician
Jul 2009 - Dec 2012

Resident Physician of Internal Medicine
John.H Stroger Jr.Hospital of Cook County
Clinical Research Coordinator
May 2007 - Jun 2009