As of June 9, 2020, the state of New York is now allowing elective surgeries which were halted due to the COVID-19 crisis to resume. Elective surgeries can now take place at all Mount Sinai Health System hospitals, doctor’s offices, and ambulatory surgery centers. Teams from across the Health System are working to ensure a safe environment, so that patients can be confident in coming in to get the care they need.
Whether you have an issue with your heart, lungs, or leg, Mount Sinai interventional radiologists can help. We use imaging technologies and tiny tubes called catheters for diagnosis and treatment. This lets us move small instruments through your blood vessels to treat you without surgery. This approach is called minimally invasive—and it means you have decreased risk, pain, and recovery time.
Our radiologists, under Robert Lookstein, MD, are highly skilled. We are nationally recognized as one of the top divisions in the country for image-guided procedures. We are also a leading training site in the field of image-guided therapy.