Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Mount Sinai Health System
Dr. Boal received his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and his undergraduate degree from McGill University, Montreal. A board-certified internist with additional certification in geriatrics, Dr. Boal began his career at Mount Sinai Medical Center as a medical resident in 1994. He joined the faculty of the School of Medicine, where he served as Vice Chair for strategic planning and faculty practice services for the Department of Medicine. He was also Executive Director and Co-Founder of Mount Sinai’s Visiting Doctors Program, which provides in-home primary care to more than 1,000 homebound people each year. Dr. Boal has also served as Chief Medical Officer for the North Shore LIJ Health System and as Medical Director of the Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He has received many awards and honors for his work including The Alexander Richman Commemorative Award in Humanism and Ethics in Medicine from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, the Humanism and Medicine Award from Mount Sinai, and the Edward Meilman Community Service Award from the UJA Foundation of NY.