The Mount Sinai Kidney Center (Dialysis Program)
For adults and children who need outpatient dialysis, Mount Sinai can help. We have been a leader in treating kidney disease for more than 60 years. And we offer the latest therapies and technologies. We put you at the center of all we do.
Mount Sinai’s Kidney Center care team includes doctors, nurses, social workers, vascular access coordinators, and dietitians. We have a full biomedical and technical staff onsite at all times. We strive to accommodate your lifestyle. To help, we offer flexible scheduling, extended hours, a multilingual staff, and conveniences such as free Wi-Fi and TVs at every dialysis station. In addition to welcoming patients from other countries, we also can coordinate dialysis care if you are traveling out of town.
Our outpatient dialysis options include:
- Mount Sinai Kidney Center - East River Plaza, E 117th Street, a 34 station hemodialysis unit for adults. Open Monday through Saturday with 4 patient shifts from 6 am to 11:30 pm.
- B1 Treatment Center, an adult and pediatric inpatient and outpatient hemodialysis unit with 12 stations. Open Monday through Saturday. A care provider is on call 7 days/week, 24-hours/day.
- Home Peritoneal Dialysis Program, a service that equips, educates, and monitors patients who perform peritoneal dialysis at home.
- Home Hemodialysis Program, a service that equips, educates, monitors and support patients who perform home hemodialysis at home.
- Transient Dialysis Program, a service providing international travelers and other visitors to New York with convenient therapy. We also make travel arrangements for Mount Sinai dialysis patients.
We offer a variety of services including:
- Dialysis for traveling/international patients
- Full-care hemodialysis for adults and children
- Hypertension and diabetes management programs
- Peritoneal dialysis at home
- Home Hemodialysis
- Specialized care for infants and children
- Transplant surgery
Mount Sinai has a long history of offering state-of-the-art treatment for liver disease. In 1947, we were the first in the United States to offer hemodialysis. Hemodialysis is life-sustaining treatment for people whose kidneys have stopped working.