Mount Sinai Hospital

Mount Sinai Hospital is a 432-bed teaching, research and tertiary-care facility providing state-of-the-art health services to Chicago's West Side Community. Founded in 1919 as a 60-bed hospital to serve needy Eastern European immigrants, this hospital is now a member of Sinai Health System.

Mount Sinai's quality medical offerings include a Level I trauma center, community-based primary care, a child-abuse diagnosis, treatment and prevention unit and a high-risk maternity and infant intensive-care program (Level III perinatal center). In addition, it also has an outpatient care center, Goodman Family Maternal and Child Center and a completely renovated and expanded emergency and trauma facility.

With over 2000 employees serving the needs of the people in the community, Mount Sinai arranges occupational-health program, community mental-health programs, diabetes education and treatment, bladder-control program and church-, school- and community-based health education and screening services.

Being a major teaching hospital for the Chicago area, Mount Sinai trains more than 300 health professionals each year through programs in undergraduate and graduate medical education, allied health and continuing education for physicians and nurses. This acute care hospital also has research programs in several fields.

Mount Sinai Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.

Mount Sinai Hospital provides both Research and Teaching facilities.

Address: 15th Street At California , Chicago
State: Illinois
Zip: 60608
Phone: 773-542-2000
County: Cook
Number of Beds: 0
Total Staff : 0

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