From left: Darren Fitzpatrick, MD; Ugo Ezenkwele, MD; Brian Radbill, MD, FACP; and Fernando C. Carnavali, MD, at the Mount Sinai Queens Ambulatory Pavilion
Against a backdrop of an evolving national health care system increasingly focused on preventive medicine, outpatient surgical procedures, and other efforts to keep people healthy and out of the hospital, Mount Sinai Queens has opened the doors to its new Ambulatory Pavilion, a $175 million facility that allows it to better serve the health needs of its community and significantly expands its medical and surgical capabilities.
Mount Sinai Queens is located in the heart of Astoria and serves the communities of Western Queens and beyond. With the addition of the Ambulatory Pavilion and continued expansion, it is positioning itself to care for more patients and extend its geographical reach throughout New York City’s largest borough. Read more
In a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by hospital leadership, staff, local elected officials, community members, and patients, Mount Sinai Queens officially opened its newly renovated Infusion Center on Friday, February 27, a long-anticipated event that brings cancer expertise and the latest medical treatment directly to the borough. Read more
With pom-poms and posters, Nursing leadership, nurses, and staff celebrated the announcement that The Mount Sinai Hospital was redesignated for a third consecutive time, and its Queens campus, Mount Sinai Queens, received a first-time designation, for excellence in nursing from the Magnet Recognition Program®.
The Mount Sinai Hospital has received national recognition for excellence in nursing for the third consecutive time from the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®. At the same time, Mount Sinai Queens, the Queens campus of The Mount Sinai Hospital, received a first-time Magnet® designation, widely considered the highest recognition for nursing excellence.
A commitment to excellence in clinical practice and patient satisfaction were central themes at six Town Hall meetings in April and May, when leaders from the Mount Sinai Health System met with faculty and staff from each hospital to discuss the institution’s strategic direction and answer questions about its integration.
The meetings—which included question-and-answer sessions—summed up the progress that has been made since The Mount Sinai Medical Center combined with Continuum Health Partners last fall.
The Mount Sinai Health System has appointed three new chief medical officers to lead The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Beth Israel, and Mount Sinai Queens.
Vicki LoPachin, MD, a respected member of the medical community who completed her residency and chief residency in internal medicine at Mount Sinai, recently returned to The Mount Sinai Hospital to serve as Chief Medical Officer.
Mount Sinai Queens Groundbreaking
Hospital and community leaders, local legislators, and residents of Western Queens gathered on Monday, October 21, to break ground on a $125 million expansion project at Mount Sinai Queens, which will enhance emergency and outpatient care, and diagnostic and laboratory services, when it is completed in 2016.