Department of Medicine

Cedars-Sinai is a modern healthcare environment that excels at providing exceptional service to a wide range of constituencies and has consistently earned both a regionally and national reputation for our superb clinical care and superior outcomes. This is reflected in the quality of our academic faculty and private attending physicians who have served our institution for many years in both the clinical arena and in cutting-edge translational research. Our academic teaching program is nationally renowned and highly respected, and each year our campus is home to some of the best young people in the nation who receive their medical training which allows them to learn and go forward as outstanding physicians.

The Department of Medicine at Cedars-Sinai is consistently recognized as a top leader in all medicine disciplines and attracts the “best of the best,” allowing for our strong investment in our clinical, research and academic programs. Our ability to foster strong patient-associated values enhances our commitment to the institutional goals and values, and our overall achievements enable us to be a benchmark to the finest hospital in the country. Our specialties are consistently ranked among the top programs in the nation by entities such US News and World Reports and the University Hospitals Consortium (UHC). We are recognized as one of the top cardiac hospitals in the nation, and many procedures developed here over the years are routinely utilized throughout the world.

Featured Program

intestinal inflammation relief

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center

Most medical centers combine IBD services with other digestive tract disorders. Cedars-Sinai’s IBD Center concentrates solely on relieving intestinal inflammation. This singular approach promotes ever-increasing knowledge about the disease and allows intense focus to be centered on uncovering clues, treating and curing patients, as well as advancing new discoveries from research.

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Featured Research

computers analyze three dimensional images of the heart

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM)

The AIM research program develops software to allow computers to process and analyze three-dimensional images of the heart and allows information to be obtained quickly that is quantitatively accurate and does not suffer from variability.

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