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Mount Sinai Hospital
1 Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029
(212) 241-6500
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Founded in 1852, The Mount Sinai Hospital is one of the country's oldest and largest voluntary teaching hospitals. Mount Sinai is internationally acclaimed for excellence in clinical care, education, and scientific research in nearly every aspect of medicine. Mount Sinai's 1,171-bed tertiary-care teaching hospital with a medical staff of nearly 1,800 provides physicians who deliver the most advanced and compassionate inpatient and outpatient care. Located at 98th Street and Madison Avenue, The Mount Sinai Hospital serves Manhattan's Upper East Side and Harlem.

Facilities & Resources
Mount Sinai's state-of-the-art facilities include the unique Guggenheim Pavilion, the first hospital designed by internationally renowned architect I.M. Pei. Here, the most advanced scientific tools for diagnosis and treatment join an uplifting ambiance that uses natural light and space to keep patients' spirits bright and promote healing.

A waiting room for family and friends of hospitalized patients is available in the Pavilion. Patients who are accessing out-patient services and families of patients may choose to stay at Mount Sinai's Guest Residence Hotel, located directly across from the hospital.

Patient's Representatives help with problems and concerns that other staff are unable to resolve. They also provide information regarding patients' rights along with hospital policy and procedures.

Additional resources for patients and their families include international services, interpreters, library, cafeteria and gift shop.

Patient Care
The Mount Sinai Hospital provides an extensive network of primary care, ambulatory specialty care, psychiatric care and rehabilitation services both on the Mount Sinai campus and out patient treatment in the community.

One of Mount Sinai's most successful innovations has been its approach to caring for patients with similar needs. forming what we call Care Centers. Through this model of care, each patient is assured a dedicated team of professionals built around a primary nurse and an attending physician. Support services are provided just steps away from the point of care.

A Care Center is designed to focus medical, nursing, social work, rehabilitation and other health services and resources on the treatment and care of patients with similar medical problems.

The hospital is recognized for excellence in numerous specialties that include the Wiener Cardiovascular Institiute which provides care for those at risk for heart disease and those who suffer from acute cardiac illness. The Cardiothoracic Surgery Center boasts one of the most renowned teams of surgeons with expertise in mitral valve repair and coronary bypass surgery. The Recanti/Miller Transplantation Institute is known nationwide, providing combined organ transplants. Mount Sinai was the site of the first liver transplant surgery in the state of New York and the Institute performs more living-donor liver transplants than any other hospital in the country.

Medical Services & Specializations
Adolescents/Teens, AIDS/HIV/Infectious Diseases, Alzheimer's/Dementia Care, Cancer/Oncology, Cardiology/Heart, Children/Pediatric, Dentistry, Diabetes, Dialysis / Kidney, Digestive Health, Ear, Nose & Throat, Elder/Geriatric Care/Gernotology Care, Emergency Services, Eyes/Ophthalmology, Gastroenterology, Head & Neck (Otolaryngology), Liver, Lung/Respiratory Disease/Pulmonary Medicine, Neurology/Headache-Migrane/Brain Injuries & Disorders/Neuro-Surgery, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Plastic Surgery, Pregnancy/Family Planning, Spinal, Urology, Vascular Care/Cardiothoracic Surgery, Women & Childrens, Women's Health-OB/GYN

Our physicians are world renowned. Recognized for their expertise in research and patient care. Search for one of the Mt. Sinai physicians by name, specialty, insurance, or office location.  More Info »

Clinical Trials & Research
Clinical research brings tomorrow's medicine today. Participants in clinical research at The Mount Sinai Medical Center have helped researchers make momentous contributions to virtually every area of medical sciences. All clinical trials are reviewed and approved by a special research ethics committee called an Institutional Review Board or IRB.  More Info »

The Mount Sinai Department of Volunteer Services has opportunities for individuals who are interested in helping and making a difference. Areas of volunteer service include Patient Care, Child Life Program, Early Learning Center, Library, Pet Assisted Therapy Program and Bereavement Services.  More Info »

Whether it's supporting scholarships for bright young minds, research to develop life-saving new treatments or improvements in the hospital environment, your gift to Mount Sinai could make an important difference in the lives of patients in your community and even around the world  More Info »

Senior Services
The hospital strives to promote excellent clinical care for older persons. Mount Sinai conducts research on aging to promote independence in later years. Programs include Acute Care for the Elderly, Alzheimers research, Senior Health Partners, Diabetes and Aging along with a Visiting Doctors Service. The Mount Sinai School of Medicine Focus on Health Aging is a newsletter for people over the age of 60 interested in maintaining their health. Geared to meet the informational needs of this large and growing segment of the population, this nationwide, monthly, consumer newsletter offers eight pages about vitality in middle age and beyond.  More Info »

International Patients
From routine physical assessments to the most advanced surgical procedures, all medical services at Mount Sinai are delivered in a friendly, multicultural environment  More Info »

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