Stephanie Wang, MD, is a primary care physician and an assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West Hospitals. She is the Director of Clinical Transformation for the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West, and the Medical Director at the Mount Sinai Doctors Faculty Practice (MSDFP) at 114th St, located at 1090 Amsterdam Avenue in upper Manhattan.
Born and raised on Long Island, she left New York briefly to earn her B.S. in Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then returned for medical school at New York University Langone/Bellevue Medical Center. Inspired by the dedication of its doctors and staff to the under-served populations that make up the Bellevue community, Dr. Wang chose to remain at NYU to complete her residency training in Primary Care/Internal Medicine. After graduation, she became one of the founding members of the MSDFP at 147th St, which is located in Central Harlem. In July of 2017, she was promoted to medical director of MSDFP at 114th St.
As the Director of Clinical Transformation, she serves as the leader and facilitator for quality improvement work groups that develop and implement practice workflows and protocols that enhance delivery of care through rapid small tests of change. In addition, as a clinical informaticist for the Mount Sinai Health System, she educates physicians and staff members on how best to leverage the different information technology tools to deliver high quality, low cost care.
Dr. Wang is dedicated to community outreach and medical mission service, both locally in Tompkins Square Park and the Word Trade Center Clinic on the lower east side, and internationally in La Mosquitia, Honduras and Dili, East Timor.