Health Outreach Programs
As an integral part of the Brooklyn community, Mount Sinai Brooklyn is devoted to serving the health needs of all borough residents. We do this by providing exceptional inpatient and outpatient health care and also by offering services to improve physical and emotional wellness.
- The “Stop Sepsis Program” is based upon a project developed in 2011 by the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. The goal is to enhance the early identification and management of patients with suspected sepsis, a condition that results from infection and can quickly become life-threatening when it impairs blood flow to organs.
Community Service Programs and Activities
We have forged strong partnerships with many community organizations that enable us to offer our neighbors a wide range of events and programs, including free lectures, workshops, classes, and health screenings.
Mount Sinai Brooklyn Community Partners
We have established relationships with the following local community organizations in its continuing efforts to advance health and health care in Brooklyn:
- Hatzoloh of Flatbush
- Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush
- Vaad of Flatbush
- Ahava Community Center of New York
- Strivright Auditory Oral School of New York
- Vaad Refuah