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The Rose Kalman Research Center, is one of only two long-term acute care research centers in the United States. Under the direction of Alexander C. White, MD, chief of pulmonary medicine, the research center is breaking new ground in clinical research related to pulmonary disease and rehabilitation. The research is clinically based and aims to improve outcomes of patients who are chronically critically ill.
By having the research center available at the hospital, Sinai physicians can apply the outcomes of their research directly to their patients, processes and care plans.
In addition to Dr. White, the center's staff members include attending doctors Heidi H. O'Connor, MD and Saraswathi Muppana, MD; Bernard Joseph, MD, research assistant; Joanne Grandfield, physician's assistant; and Karen Eardley, administrator.
Our research center serves to strengthen Sinai's recognized leadership in advancing long-term acute care.