Patients and Families
Mount Sinai Hospital treats patients of all ages. Whether it’s helping a pre-term baby struggling to breathe, a cancer patient undergoing chemotherapy, a senior considering hip-replacement surgery or someone receiving compassionate care in the last days of life, our priority is our patients.
In this guide you'll find:
- Directions to Mount Sinai and where you can park
- Visiting hours for every unit in the Hospital
- Where you'll be admitted for surgery, what you'll need to bring, and who will be shepherding your care
- What you need to know if you're having a baby here
- Learn more about Room types and frequently asked questions about rooms
- Using wheelchairs, Wheel Trans or devices for the hearing impaired while you're here
- How we protect our patients' safety and privacy, and who you can speak to about your concerns
- Where you can get food, fill a prescription or find a gift or order flowers
- Someone who speaks your language
- How to e-mail a patient in the Hospital, send a card
- A wide range of up-to-date, online health care resources
- What kind of rich and rewarding volunteer experience you can find at Mount Sinai
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please let us know.