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Company Overview of Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital operates pre-eminent patient care, and research and academic health science centers. The company provides treatments in the areas of surgical oncology; fertility, pre-natal, and mother and baby care; emergency medicine and critical care; chronic diseases, such as arthritis, diabetes, heart failure, or GI disorders; health issues, including breast health, osteoporosis, and menopause; geriatric care ranging from complex medical issues to pain management and palliative care; and musculoskeletal and inflammatory bowel diseases. It also offers interpreter services, chaplaincy and spiritual care, palliative care services, nutrition and food services, and education. Mount Sinai...
Joseph and Wolf Lebovic Health Complex
600 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5G 1X5
Founded in 1922
Key Executives for Mount Sinai Hospital
Chief Executive Officer, President and Ex Officio Director
Chief Nursing Executive and Senior Vice President of Patient Service
Chairman of Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery - Icahn School of Medicine
Treasurer and Vice Chairman of Resources Committee
Secretary and Vice Chairman of Nominating & Governance Committee
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Mount Sinai Hospital Key Developments
Mount Sinai Hospital Opens New 20,700-Square-Foot Lauder Family Cardiovascular Ambulatory Center; Announces Board Appointments
May 8 15
The Mount Sinai Hospital has opened its new 20,700-square-foot Lauder Family Cardiovascular Ambulatory Center. The Center, located within The Mount Sinai Hospital's Guggenheim Pavilion (GP 1 Center) lobby at 1190 Fifth Avenue, now offers comprehensive and integrated cardiovascular care in one convenient location to nearly 300 heart and vascular outpatients daily.
The Center's leadership team includes Dr. Fuster; Joseph M. Sweeny, MD, as Medical Director; and Haydee Garcia, NP, as Nursing Director.
Mount Sinai Hospital, Bridgepoint Active Healthcare and Circle of Care to Form Sinai Health System
Jan 22 15
Mount Sinai Hospital and Bridgepoint Active Healthcare announced the formation of the Sinai Health System, a new organization resulting from the voluntary amalgamation between the two hospitals. Joining as an affiliate is Circle of Care. Mount Sinai, Bridgepoint and Circle of Care share a vision of creating a premier exemplar of an integrated health system that enables patients to move seamlessly across different care settings. By leveraging the combined strengths of each organization, patients will have access to a better, more coordinated continuum of care: from acute care, through to rehabilitation, complex care, primary and community-based care. Sinai Health System will focus on innovation and integration to address the challenges and opportunities arising from a rapidly aging population and the growing number of people living with complex health conditions. Fueled by best in class research and education, Sinai Health System will elevate the standards of clinical practice and excellence. Research to improve care for complex patients will be accelerated by integrating Bridgepoint's Collaboratory for Research and Innovation into Mount Sinai's internationally recognized Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute. While working together as a system, Bridgepoint and Mount Sinai will continue to deliver their excellent programs and services, and retain their names and unique identities. Circle of Care will operate as an affiliate organization, linked into the Sinai Health System at the governance, planning and system development level.
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