The contributions of the more than 1,100 volunteers who serve The Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai were celebrated at a recent breakfast during National Volunteer Week. Also honored at the event—and receiving special attention and treats—were the canines that participate in the popular Pet-Assisted Therapy program. Read more
Mount Sinai leaders saluted the more than 1,200 volunteers who support The Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai during a recent breakfast held to honor their commitment and dedication.
Following a performance by two volunteer flutists from the Music for Healing program, Peter W. May, Chairman, Boards of Trustees, Mount Sinai Health System, told guests: “There is a broad range of individuals who help Mount Sinai. While some have the capability to support us financially, many more give their valued time, spirit, and compassion to help patients, families, and staff. We salute your enthusiasm and accomplishments.”