Daniel Egan, MD: Program Director
Dr. Egan graduated from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 2002 and completed his emergency medicine residency at the Brigham and Women's/Massachusetts General Hospital program where he was also Chief Resident. Dr. Egan has previously been an Associate Residency Director at both SLR and the NYU/Bellevue program. Much of his academic focuses on HIV testing programs and PEP in the ED. Dr. Egan was the 2013 recipient of the NY State AIDS Institute Linda Laubenstein Award for excellence in HIV care, the first emergency physician to receive the award. In 2011, Dr. Egan won the national CPC competition sponsored by CORD at the ACEP meeting. Outside of medicine, Dr. Egan is an active singer performing as a soloist and member of larger choirs.
Chen He, MD: Assistant Program Director
Dr. He graduated from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She completed her emergency medicine training at St. Luke's-Roosevelt, where she served as a Chief Resident. Prior to a career in medicine, Dr. He was a Teach for America corps member, teaching middle school science and mathematics in the Bronx. During that time, she obtained her Master of Science in Teaching degree from Fordham University. Since graduating from residency, Dr. He has stayed at SLR. She was a Co-Director of the medical student clerkship before becoming the assistant program director of the residency program in 2015.
Christopher Hahn, MD: Assistant Program Director
Christopher Hahn graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2012 and trained in emergency medicine at Highland Hospital where he also served as Chief Resident. Prior to entering medicine, Dr. Hahn was a hip-hop artist and during his residency, he combined his passions for music and medical education and created The EMC, a free open access website designed to entertain and teach topics in emergency medicine. He has performed at conferences such as SMACC and Essentials of EM, and he aims to expand the ways music can be used as an educational tool. He joined the SLR family after residency and was a Co-Director of the medical student clerkship before becoming the assistant program director of the residency program in 2017.