The Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Community Advisory Board
The primary purpose of this Board, is to serve as a forum to assist and advise The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in fulfilling its service, educational, and research objectives in a way which is responsive to health care needs of consumers, with particular emphasis on the needs of the East Harlem community residents. The Board shall be responsible for hearing and presenting the needs and opinions of patients, and of the community, and provide community input on any projected plans and needs of Mount Sinai Hospital.
The Board consists of thirty (30) members, sixteen (16) “consumers” (East Harlem residents, community leaders, and those who receive health services through Mount Sinai Hospital) and fourteen (14) “providers” (clinical and nonclinical staff of Mount Sinai Hospital). “Consumer” members, who are nominated or apply, must make application for membership (an application can be found under the ‘Contact Info’ section of this page).
The Board meets monthly on the 4th Tuesday, at 5:30 PM, unless this date falls on a major holiday. All meetings are posted under the ‘Events’ section of this page, and are open to the public. Members of the public wishing to attend should contact staff to RSVP, so that security may be alerted and allow entrance to guests and visitors.
David C. Thomas, Chair
Peggy Morales, Vice Chair
Membership Committee – The Membership Committee reviews all nominations and applications for membership. It also assesses current membership and makes recommendations to the Board regarding any changes to membership. The Membership Committee meets as necessary.
Community Input Committee – The CAB is committed to hearing from community members and advocates from the East Harlem community. The committee is tasked with meeting with these local neighborhood groups and advocates, and listening to their feedback regarding Mount Sinai, and any other germane health issues impacting residents of the community and making appropriate recommendations to the Board.
Project Review Committee – The Project Review Committee assesses projects and programs at the Hospital and provides feedback to administration regarding any changes or updates to these projects/programs. The Project and Program Review Committee meets monthly, the 4th Tuesday of the month at 4:30 p.m., 1 hour prior to the monthly CAB meeting.
Bylaws Committee – The Bylaws Committee reviews/revises the bylaws as necessary. This is an ad hoc committee, which meets only when the board decides that bylaw changes are necessary.
Rev. Mimsie Robinson
Hilda Candy Vives-Vasquez