Mount Sinai Heart is first in the world to offer a new treatment for patient's with severely calcified arteries. Read More
About Mount Sinai Heart
When Mount Sinai Heart was established in 2006, founding director Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Professor of Cardiology, envisioned a union of internationally renowned clinical and research experts providing exceptionally compassionate care for heart disease patients of all ages. Today, Mount Sinai Heart is among the world's leading centers for cardiovascular medicine and advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, successfully treating cardiac conditions from chronic arrhythmias to sudden heart attacks.
Dedicated to the prevention, management, and eradication of cardiovascular disease, our team of top cardiologists, surgeons, scientists, nurses, and technicians has invigorated the science of cardiovascular medicine.
Our multidisciplinary effort brings together the expertise of Icahn School of Medicine and The Mount Sinai Hospital in the areas of cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, medical education, research, and community service. We offer patients state-of-the-art imaging and health care facilities, scientists advanced laboratories to conduct research, and students of all levels leading programs for postgraduate education.
Our mission is to dramatically improve the heart health of patients from the local, regional, and global communities. Mount Sinai Heart's commitment to its patients is dramatically changing lives, and its collaborative, comprehensive approach to health care is revolutionizing the practice of medicine around the world.
The Mount Sinai Hospital ranks No. 10 among the nation's best hospitals for cardiology and heart surgery in the 2014-2015 "Best Hospitals" issue of U.S. News & World Report. Learn More