At The Mount Sinai Hospital, we strive to deliver safe and high quality care to every patient. Mount Sinai is a nationally recognized leader in clinical care, research, and education. Physicians, nurses, and allied health staff are engaged in continuously improving the safety and quality of care we offer.
Mount Sinai's Leon and Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine brings nearly a half-million square-feet of new, state-of-the-art medical research and clinical facilities to the area, meeting the expansion needs of Mount Sinai's world-class research and clinical programs.
The distinguished multidisciplinary lung cancer team at Mount Sinai provides unparalleled diagnostics and treatment for all stages of lung cancer and mesothelioma. With more than 20 years of pioneering research and advancements in treatments, our physicians were at the forefront of studies demonstrating that annual CT scans can detect up to 85 percent of lung cancers at their earliest and most treatable stages. Additionally, they are renowned for their extraordinary expertise in minimally invasive surgery, such as the VATS lobectomy, and they work tirelessly to improve patients' outcomes and their quality of life.
The Dubin Breast Center of The Tisch Cancer Institute provides a multidisciplinary, comprehensive approach to breast cancer screening, treatment and survivorship. Located at Mount Sinai Hospital's main campus on New York City's Upper East Side, our 15,000-square-foot facility houses a full range of services, including cancer screening and biopsies, cancer treatment including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, wellness, patient and family support services, education, genetic counseling and testing, onco-fertility services, access to clinical trials, and survivorship support.
To call for an appointment or for more information: 855-TO-DUBIN (863-8246) or 212-241-3300
The Mount Sinai Hospital applied its medical expertise to the TV screen, creating ¡A tu salud!, the first health and wellness TV series created especially for the Latino community by the Hospital. This 13 week series spotlights the key health issues plaguing the Latino community and teaches viewers how to overcome illness and take charge of their health through inspirational, informative and uplifting stories. ¡A tu salud! was created in response to the needs of the Hispanic community which is disproportionately affected by diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and HIV/Aids among others.
Listen to Ovarian Cancer survivors, their partners & physicians discuss ovarian cancer symptoms, detection, treatment and survival.
At Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, we have a team of experts in the field of ovarian cancer detection, management, treatment and research. Our multi-disciplinary team includes gynecologic oncologists who are trained in complicated gynecologic surgery as well as in the delivery of chemotherapy and radiation, as well as groundbreaking researchers who are hard at work developing novel treatment strategies in the laboratory and advancing our understanding of the pathogenesis of ovarian malignancies. Our team also includes patient care coordinators, nutritionists, social workers and ovarian cancer survivor volunteers who are committed to providing the highest quality care to our patients.