The Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation was formed in 1973 by a highly dedicated group of community leaders who were determined to lend crucial fundraising support to the programs and services of Mount Sinai Hospital.
The Mission of the Foundation is to raise funds in order to benefit the patients, families and staff. Our funding supports services and programs by supplementing basic operating costs provided by the government. We also provide funding for equipment purchases and to support hospital priorities as they emerge. The objective of the Foundation is to contribute to the well-being, comfort and health of patients, their families, and our staff based on needs established by the Hospital Center.
We are a state-of-the-art institution specializing in Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Palliative & Post-Acute care.
Pulmonary Rehabilitation – We provide care & education in a clinical environment to patients who have chronic pulmonary disease. Our physicians work with a multidisciplinary team that includes respiratory therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and social workers. All of whom work to provide the highest standard of care.
Palliative Care – We provide compassionate care for patients and their families in the terminal stages of illness. Emphasis is on pain & symptom management as well as a concentrated focus on psychological, emotional, social & cultural support.
Post Acute Care – Mount Sinai has developed strategic partnerships with acute care institutions to provide patients with appropriate transitional care. This may include on going treatments, restorative therapy, wound care, medication management, pain management and more.