Sinai Hospital Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program in association with the University of Maryland Medical System

Physical Medicine & Rehab

Where Leaders Step Forward

The physical medicine & rehabilitation residency program that unleashes your potential.

To be a leader in physical medicine & rehabilitation (PM&R) today, you need an education that takes you further. That’s what you’ll find at Sinai Hospital. Our ACGME-accredited residency program goes beyond the traditional program format to give you the best of both worlds: the diversity, mentorship, and and hands-on learning of Sinai Hospital—Maryland’s largest community teaching hospital—in association with the University of Maryland School of Medicine and other nationally recognized partner institutions.

The Sinai Difference: Leaders Learn Here

Our program is designed to give you well-rounded exposure to all aspects of PM&R—including neuro rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, orthopedic rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation, sports medicine, electrodiagnostics, pain management, and more. Here are some other ways Sinai prepares you to succeed—no matter what career path you choose.

100% Residency Focused
Open only to residents (no fellows), our program gives you more autonomy, higher case volumes, and more procedural experience from the very beginning.

Faculty: Resident Ratio
With only 4 new residents per year, you’ll enjoy a deeper level of one-on-one learning and mentoring here than just about anywhere else.
Diverse Patient Population
Diverse Patient Population
As Maryland’s largest community teaching hospital, Sinai gives you unparalleled diversity in urban, suburban, and rural patient demographics.
Johns Hopkins Partnership
Elite Partnerships
Expand your learning with rotations at University of Maryland, Walter Reed National Medical Center, the Baltimore VA Hospital, and more

Cutting-Edge Technology
Get hands-on experience in the latest techniques in the field with state-of-the-art resources like the nation’s only neuromuscular and orthopedic gait analysis laboratory.
Supportive Culture
Structured Support
Quickly gain confidence for what’s ahead of you with our structured didactic curriculum, research opportunities, and weekly embedded board reviews.

A Welcoming Culture

How much do our residents love Sinai?
Many of them go on to become attendings here. Our supportive, family-like culture—as well as Baltimore’s unbeatable cost of living—make it a place you will want to call home, too.


Scott E. Brown, M.D.

Meet our Leaders

Scott Brown, M.D., chairman of the B. Stanley Cohen Department of Rehabilitation Medicine of Sinai Hospital, and Mariam Keramati, D.O., physical medicine and rehabilitation residency program director, lead a nationally recognized faculty of PM&R specialists, including sub-specialists in neuro rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation, and more.


Join Our Program— and Prepare to Lead