Expect top-quality, coordinated care for all your medical needs—from routine examinations to treating complex conditions. Primary Care Associates doctors are available Monday-Saturday with evening hours for your convenience.  For information and appointments

Community Services & Programs

Mount Sinai maintains long-standing connections to the New York City, national and global communities, and the institution continues to expand the active roles it plays in health care service, research and education. The following are just a sampling of the extraordinary outreach services and programs we offer that are achieving success throughout the community.

Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM): this 150,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art outpatient facility houses many of Mount Sinai’s community health care programs

East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP): Located in the CAM building, Icahn School of Medicine student-run clinic, EHHOP provides affordable, high-quality, comprehensive care

Jack Martin Fund Clinic: A New York State Department of Health-designated AIDS center, also provides screening and treatment for infectious diseases including tuberculosis and hepatitis C co-infection

Linkage House: A residence for the community’s elderly, offering safe and affordable housing, access to quality health care and programs to help its residents remain active

Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai: provides elderly adults with access to medical care, healthy living activities, educational programs and resources to support specific needs and interest

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center: offers confidential, comprehensive medical, mental health, and prevention education services to your people from ages 10-22. Map

Mount Sinai Diabetes Center: ranked by U.S. News among the nation’s top programs, the center designs personalized plans for treating and managing types 1 and 2 and pregnancy-associated diabetes and related disorders

Mount Sinai Comprehensive Health Program – Downtown: this Chelsea location is a full-service clinic offering HIV/AIDS testing, quality health care and counseling

Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors Program: the largest academic home-visit program in the nation, provides superior home-based care to adults with complex and serious illnesses

Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program (SAVI): offers free and confidential counseling, referrals and support to survivors of sexual or domestic violence

World Trade Center Health Program: offers monitoring, physical and mental health treatment and medication at no cost to eligible WTC first responders, workers and volunteers


For your immediate and easy access to high-quality health services, Mount Sinai Urgent Care Upper West Side is in the neighborhood. Our doctors are available 7 days, no appointment is needed.  More information