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Your Hospital Visit

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Your Hospital Visit

In order to ensure the safety of our patients, people and community during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mount Sinai Hospital is limiting the number of visitors in the hospital. You can find the most up-to-date visitor information on our Sinai Health website.

Please check before coming to the hospital to ensure you have the latest visitor information.

The information in this section is provided to help you understand what to expect when coming to the hospital and to help you navigate the support that you may need.

Construction Updates

A number of improvement initiatives are underway to help meet the growing needs of our community, including our Renew Sinai transformation project. See which areas in and around the hospital are currently impacted to help you better plan for your visit.

 

Accessibility

Information about accessible services and supports


 

CareMail

Our free CareMail service lets you stay in touch during the stay of someone you care about


 

Declaration of Patient Values

Mount Sinai Hospital's commitment to delivering the best patient and family-centred care


 

Educational Resources

Reliable health information for patients and families


 

Interpreter Services

Learn more about our interpreters and how they can support your diverse needs


 

Patient Meals

Healthy, wholesome and nutritious food is essential to our patients’ healing process and part of a holistic care experience


 

Pay a Bill

Settling expenses not covered by insurance


 

Room Options

Accommodation options for the duration of your stay at the hospital


 

Spiritual Care

Additional support and services during your stay


 

What to Bring

Important documents, personal items and more


 

Your Care Team

An overview of the health care specialists who may be involved in your care


Ensuring our patients experience high-quality, safe and compassionate care is our priority. If you have questions about the hospital or your treatment, please speak with a member of your care team.

If you would prefer to talk to someone who is not directly involved in your care, please contact Patient Relations.