Mount Sinai-Harlem Health Center
The Mount Sinai-Harlem Health Center is a multispecialty health care facility offering a wide range of services and inclusive, equitable, and high-quality care including primary care, mental health care, and specialty care. It will be the new home of the Institute of Advanced Medicine (IAM) which is dedicated to underserved communities and patients who have specialized needs. Outpatient mental health services are provided by the Mount Sinai Health System Department of Psychiatry, and include services for children, adolescents, and adults for a wide range of mental health conditions. There are also specialized intensive outpatient programs for adults. The specialty services will include Ophthalmology, Podiatry, Orthopedics, Cardiology, and Gastroenterology. Mount Sinai-Harlem Health Center will also have a specialty pharmacy open to patients and the community.
The Center will host the Office for Diversity and Inclusion at Mount Sinai Health System’s Diversity Innovation Hub (DIH), a unique community-driven program that focuses on increasing the work of women and individuals from underrepresented groups in the health innovation space and provides guidance on how to build inclusive and thoughtful health technologies. The goal of DIH is to help communities address health disparities through equitable health technology design.
Our Center strives to meet the health needs of diverse communities and populations—our services are culturally and linguistically competent as well as LGBTQ+-friendly. We care for patients from pediatrics to geriatrics. Our staff is diverse, and many members live in the community. In addition, we collaborate with community-based providers to expand the breadth and scope of our services.
Mount Sinai-Harlem Health Center offers a broad range of primary care, specialty care, and behavior health services in the heart of Harlem.