Harrison G. Bloom, M.D.

Harrison G. Bloom, M.D.

Dr. Harrison G. Bloom has extensive leadership experience in a wide variety of geriatric medicine educational and clinical settings. He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Geriatrics in the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine of Mount Sinai in New York, NY.  He also serves as a Charter Member of the Medical Advisory Board for EHE International, the United States’ oldest and largest preventive health company.

He has served as the founding Chief of the Division of Geriatric Medicine at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York, as Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs of the Department of Geriatrics at Mount Sinai, as Medical Director of a large highly regarded long term care facility in the New York area, and as Medical Director of Medicare for a large managed care company. He was the founding Director of the International Education and Consultation Service for the International Longevity Center-USA, and is currently an educational consultant for the United Nations International Institute on Aging (INIA).

He served as Acting Medical Director for the Tsao Foundation clinical programs in Singapore.  He served as a consultant to the Taiwan Department of Health and helped to establish a geriatrics fellowship at the National Taiwan University Hospital. He has taught courses in clinical geriatric medicine in Lebanon, Taiwan, South Africa, Singapore, Costa Rica, Mexico, Malta, Russia, Bulgaria, India, China, Malaysia, and Turkey.  His teaching is highly regarded for his unique blend of expertise and humorous teaching style. To inquire concerning his availability for clinical teaching or geriatric care administrative consultation, submit a message in the “Contact” section.