Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

A 15-bed unit that weds cutting-edge medical technology with a family-friendly facility for the most critically ill children, designed to welcome parents as part of the medical team.

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Overlooking Central Park, our new NICU is being expanded to 46 beds consisting of private and semi-private rooms with generous, soothing space for parents to remain comfortably at their baby's bedside resulting in improved outcomes for baby and parents.

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The Asthma, Allergy & Airways Program

This innovative program addresses the urgent needs of our community, enabling our expert team to care for every child needing our services. Our approach centers on advanced non-invasive approaches to help our chronically sick children live happier and healthier lives.

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Young Physician-Scientist Pipeline Program

Outstanding investigators were awarded funding from the CCF and are currently working on new therapeutics for gastrointestinal disease / food allergies as well as diabetes in children.

Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Program

Provides advanced therapeutic support and play to children at the hospital to alleviate stress and trauma associated with a medical visit or complex procedure. Kravis Children's Hospital is a leader for Child Life programs around the country developing innovative and meaningful initiatives that change the lives of our children as they endure the challenge of chronic illness and difficult medical experiences.

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The Zone

The Zone is a therapeutic and educational play environment for patients and families to learn, laugh, play and relax. This state-of the-art environment offers a range of activities and opportunities that meet the special needs of children coping with illness and hospitalization.

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Reach Out and Read Program

Reach Out and Read is an early childhood literacy program based in Mount Sinai's pediatric outpatient clinic. Volunteer readers in our waiting area read aloud to children as they wait for their appointments.

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Contact Us

Mount Sinai Children's Center Foundation
One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1198
New York, NY 10029
Tel: 212-241-1234
Fax: 212-289-8569

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