Ensuring a Safe Mount Sinai
Although these challenging times have brought many changes, at the Mount Sinai Health System one thing has stayed the same: our total commitment to the safety of our patients and staff. While we understand that anyone may currently feel nervous about coming to a hospital or doctors office, we want to reassure our community and employees that we have put stringent protocols in place to protect every single person who comes through our doors. We are welcoming patients to receive the care you need from the doctors you trust. From emergencies to preventive screenings, your health is too important to put on hold, so our teams are here for you.
Our Safety Practices
Mount Sinai has established a safe environment by implementing a range of rigorous protocols, which includes the following:
- Continually disinfecting all areas and frequently touched surfaces
- Requiring all patients and staff to wear face coverings
- Following social distancing protocols
- Screening all patients for COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival
- Regularly testing our staff for COVID-19
- Implementing strict isolation practices to separate COVID-19 patients from others
Through these policies and more, Mount Sinai is proud to be a safe and open facility where community and staff can feel comfortable and cared for. Together, we are working daily to keep both our patient and professional families in the best possible health.
Safety Information for Patients, Translated
Learn the extra steps we’re taking to ensure your safety at Mount Sinai in Spanish, Mandarin, and Russian.
Your Safety in the New Normal
Throughout our community, conditions still need to be treated, procedures still need to be performed, and screenings still need to be scheduled to prevent disease. Your health is too important to put on hold.
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