Mount Sinai’s Sarcoidosis Program
Sarcoidosis is a challenging disease in which patients can struggle for years with ineffective treatments and unanswered questions. That’s why Mount Sinai has brought a team of experts together to form an unparalleled sarcoidosis service that combines all the medical skills and resources patients need to manage every aspect of this condition. Since its establishment by Louis Siltzbach, MD, in 1948, our sarcoidosis service has grown to become the largest in the world, with more than 18,000 patients enrolled to date, and approximately 40 more coming to us each week. Because sarcoidosis is a multi-organ disease, we offer expertise in all aspects of the condition with the help of multidisciplinary teams that include cardiologists, dermatologists, neurologists, nephrologists, pathologists, ophthalmologists, and other specialists working together to provide the most comprehensive care possible. Read More about our Sarcoidosis Program.
Our sarcoidosis clinical trials give patients access to emerging treatment options. Learn more
Our group provides support and information to sarcoidosis patients and their families. Learn more
Sarcoidosis Support Group and Hotline
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029
Adam Morgenthau, MD, discusses the importance of social support for patients with sarcoidosis. Learn more