Mount Sinai Hospital (New York)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City New York NY
State New York
Address 1468 Madison Ave
Phone number +1 212-241-6500
Website mountsinai.org View
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Mount Sinai Hospital ER Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
Although this is the hours, please feel free to call the Mount Sinai Hospital phone number to confirm.

Mount Sinai Hospital Reviews

Before you go to Mount Sinai Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this New York emergency room think.

none none Today I spent 14 hours in the ER sitting in a waiting room office chair. From 4am until 4 pm I was subjected to waiting on nurses who barely stopped by to even let me know what was going on, one of which just forgot that I was still there, doctors who never showed up and test results that were glossed over after the specialist doctor decided he/she didn’t feel like coming to the triage to review my dozens of test I took over the span of 14 hours . It was by far the worst experiences I’ve ever had in my entire life. So this a warning to anyone contemplating going to the ER at this hospital. Do Not Go! I understand that working in that department is stressful however the lack of courtesy, concern, or respect from the staff was absurd. I am still trying to recover from the experience and fearful that something more serious may be happening to my body internally just because no one cared enough to address at the very least, my results. I feel worse now by just being there and I am not the only one. There are countless other reviews with people having the same experience. The staff seemed to have time to chat,laugh, and make jokes but couldn’t address the people sitting in the emergency room. 14 hours later I saw over 2 dozen people come in and out of the ER while I was left to just sit in a waiting room chair while the doctors and nurses overlooked me sitting right in front of them for 14 hours! I implore you to really consider going somewhere else. Do not go to this hospital, don’t bring your children, grandparents, spouses, or any of your loved ones. I am sure someone from PR is going to “pass this review along” but it means nothing to the countless people who’ve already been subjected to such a traumatizing experience.Mary Morel dr lauren zenni, some dude w a weird haircut (rishi khakhkhar), & the overall night staff (except one male nurse taking vitals) are extremely unprofessional & vindictive. they purposefully neglected & ignored my baby FOR HOURSSSS solely because they felt like they can. they demonstrated greater care & sense of urgency for patients/families of a lighter complexion & particular background. disgusting behavior and medical practice—very disappointed at their apathy & will gladly recommend against coming her for emergencies since most seem to be nonchalant abt a baby possibly swallowing something. i guess some only care for the paycheckLiane Pritikin⭐️⭐️Not enough chairs for patients. No privacy. Tests being done in the hallway. Loud and overcrowded. Bathrooms not clean. 7.5 hours total.Virginia Acum⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedNelly and nurse Janice were compassionate and talented. I’m a Crohn’s patient and they made my intake easy. When I was in discomfort they went above as and beyond by advocating all my concerns to the doctors and surgical team.Morris Levine⭐️⭐️⭐️I went to the emergency room and they gave me one dose of 1/2 of mg of Dialudid bit the other Dr refused to give me anymore due to them saying that opiods can cause increased phantom pain.kim cunningham They sent me home seeing floaters and my blood pressure being 202/100. No chairs in the waiting area had to stand up until seat was available.Crystal Energy2019⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThank goodness for your staffKatrina Rosario⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis is hands down the best hospital to go to in case of an emergency especially when in excruciating pain. Every time I take myself or others to the emergency room in any other hospital (in the Bronx) I regret it. I now make sure I head to manhattan to be seen in mt Sinai. The wait is reasonable, The staff is friendly, the place is clean, they go out of their way to listen and help. To all other hospitals please take note, it is inhuman to have people in an emergency room for several hours and not address thier pain. A bottle of water or a blanket goes a long way. I can go in for days about how great this hospital is but I’ll leave it at that.Carol White⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI arrived at the ER a few weeks ago regarding an urgent medical condition, the staff in the ER from the time I arrived until departure early the next day, were super nice, caring and receptive to my needs. They are all to be commended! One doctor in particular, really put me at ease with her care and concern, and upon leaving, at the ER check out room, (BAA ED) employee, E406KL, you know who you are, went above and beyond to assist me at my time of need, I was unaware that I had left my wallet behind, and she went beyond the call of duty to ensure that it was returned to me. I can’t thank you enough KL! I am truly grateful! You should be commended and recognized for all you’ve done!Tahnee Hill-Wood This place is so disgusting to be called a hospital. It smells like a place where you could catch the plague. The staff was very uncommunicative. The wait to speak to a nurse was 3 hours. I wouldn’t wish this ER facility upon any sick person and least of all someone in acute pain.Paula T⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe maternity ward at MS was great due to the nurses there. Labor and Delivery as well as Postpartum nurses are highly trained and very attentive. I felt very secure in the service they provided me and was pleasantly surprised!William Koplatis⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGreat care. Thank you for taking great care of our mom during her stay at the hospital. The social work staff are really kind and caring and made this process very smooth for my mom and my entire familyNatalie Reyes⭐️⭐️It takes three hours for a nurse to call out your name and approach you once you are inside intake. There are no seats available for ill patients to sit in while you are waiting too. What a horrible experience when you are in pain and feel like you cant take it anymore.Citlalli Rodriguez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent attention to everything. The doctors and everyone I came in contact with were all wonderful. Definitely come to this hospital to get treated.Ramona Hidalgo This hospital is the most classless place I have ever set foot into. The workers all curse when they talk, some even at you. There’s no politeness with the clerks on the maternity ward. They look at you like you have 3 heads or something. The security guards are totally unprofessional. He sounds like he’s a horse or cow chewing on hay. Why are people like this hired for establishments that should be represented with integrity? There is such a lack of culture of care in this place. Makes me so happy I’m not a patient here. I probably would die.Evgeny Pinelis I am working at Mount Sinai as a physician. At the same time I have to write it as level of frustration MS hospital put me through is beyond annoying. My son had a surgery with a great doctor and we came for follow-up. I paid 15 dollars co-pay at the time of visit. I paid 20 dollars as I did not have less and they would not take cards. I did not receive change, lady who took the payment gave me receipt where 5 dollars in credit were stated. Next month I received a bill for this co-pay of 15$. I did not pay, received another and I called. I was told it is all good (after spending hour on the phone) after I sent them copy of the receipt. Then new bill came with threat to report to collection bureau. And I called again. And I spent another hour on the phone and I was told it would be okay. Yesterday I received a note from collection bureau. I had to pay 15 dollars more so total it became 35$. It is not a big deal in sense of money, but I am extremely upset. Especially being Mount Sinai employee. The doctor is great and everything I had done from medical stand point was excellent, but their administration is horrible and I feel like I had money extorted from meJennifer Cerniglia⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Good hospital. Care is good. We see patients from this hospital and they always have nice things to say about the staff. Especially the nurses and the dialysis technicians.Amber Aguilera Horrible experience. Father in law sat in the ER with pains for 8 hours before he was helped. Nurses kept leaving without passing him onto another nurse. I didn’t know who his nurse was 90% of the time. They were all gossiping in a corner or just not around. Promised a room at midnight, but didnt get one til noon the next day. I thought this hospital was one of the top facilities until I went inside one.Michael Pressley Worst hospital ever, stAff has time to chat about the royal wedding, talk about which bathrooms in the hospital doesn’t have roaches. But when you asked them to do their job it’s a 2 hr 30 min wait. Ridiculous shoved to a room and not received info since the initial 2 second visit. Do Better!Joan Trombini This hospital’s staff (except for the nurses) are so incompetent and uncaring it is difficult to describe. I was supposed to go into intensive care after surgery but had to stay in the recovery room overnight because there was no room. Then there was no room in intensive care so I had to go to a regular room. My first meal after surgery was a plate of solidly frozen solid peas even though my doctor said I could start eating normally. I was told I had to walk each day after surgery and on the first day I vomited and was so weak I could hardly stand. Then the staff told me to walk by myself and if I felt sick to try to cut through the nurses station and throw up in my room so they wouldn’t have to clean it up. I was threatened when I said I may need help moving from the gurney to the bed a few hours after 6 hours of abdominal surgery, and I could go on and on. I would never recommend this hospital to anyoneAlex Lex I’ve been coming to this hospital since I was a child and since it has been bought out by Mount Sinai the staff is deplorable and wait time for the emergency room as tripled. You definitely need quality control of that department is just a mess. I’ve switch completely out your network for everything it’s just not worth the wait or the service.Shahid Mazumder Wow 6hrs still no one came to see me.Imani Winder I came to Mt. Sinai as a child and this hospital was great but now I can say this hospital is the worst. I’m so glad I have move from this area. My mom and I was in the E.R. waiting to be discharged for a whole 8 hours. No joke. They had people everywhere just sitting sick. If I ever get sick in NYC. I will never go there again. Hoboken Medical is the best.Rajib H. Malik⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGood service. They know how to take care of their patients. Thank you.Greg B Jones Your Patient Reps are neither patient nor represent the interests or welfare of them. When patients are being treated someone, anyone, should be looking out for their property and not let them leave the hospital without what they most likely need. Additionally someone had to clean up the room (DO YOU EVEN CLEAN UP?) and may have found property. Do they just throw it out? Do they report it to a Lost and Found? Does anyone even care? Clearly not. I’ve never encountered such insensitive, uncaring people pretending to be health care professionals. If you’ve ever understood the term, somewhere down the line you’ve lost it. I have one star only because I couldn’t rate you any lower.EMMA AGOSTO⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy husband had a liver transplant at Mount Sinai 11 years ago and he is doing so fine. All the doctors and nurses are great!! The way they tread him is awesome. Would not change it for anything .Jessy James⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedOne of the nicest, organized,clean, helpful, professional, great doctors u can find in Mount Sinai hospital. Thank you for caring Daisy Bella This Doctor Lisa Dabney is a patient’s WORST Nightmare. She is the worst Doctor I have ever came across IN MY WHOLE LIFE TIME. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM HER. She is a miserable frustrated person who wishes harm. Doctor Lisa Dabney has the worst bedside manners ever Reported. FOR YOUR WELL BEING STAY AWAY FROM HER. MOUNT SINAI ST LUKE’S AND ROOSEVELT PLEASE SUPERVISE LISA DABNEY SHE THINKS SHE COULD CAUSE HARM WITHOUT JUSTICE.libramlm08⭐️⭐️⭐️The e.r gets really busy and crowded. There are times were you are on top of each other. You wait for many hours before being admitted or not. Be aware most likely you will be sleeping at the E.R. bring your food and drinks when going to the E.R. The nurses and doctors many are likeable and knowledgeable. Be proactive about your health and make sure you get their names and title.Ashley Ortiz Mount Sinai hospital has always been known as one of the best hospitals in NYC. How ever the emergency department has gone down dramatically. My last time here before today I was having horrible chest pain and was waiting for over 5 hours. The nurses, Doctors and staff take their sweet time. Most talk about personal issues, all while knowing they’re sick people waiting to be attended to. The wait area is always packed. They’re never rooms available, they attend to patients based off what they feel is more serious. So if you’re having bad chest pains and someone comes after you with a headache, they will see them before you. Today I made my way here after suffering two days with extreme neck, chest and back pain. I waited 20 mins to receive a EKG, and currently been waiting a whole hour just to see a nurse or doctor. Plans on how to speed the process should be planned ahead of time. It’s ridiculous that anyone should have to come to the emergency and die waiting to be seen. I never experience this at Lenox Hill. This will be my very last time here. I advice if you’re in extreme pain or possibly dying avoid Mount Sinai Emergency department at all cost.D Harlow My wife was here for three days. During that time, there wasn’t one person who wasn’t rude and inconsiderate to her. The nurse who took her information when she was transferred to Mt. Sinai Hospital fell asleep in a chair while asking about allergies and such. The oxygen humidifier was leaking all over and therefore did not get good pressure through to my wife. When asked, the nurse said that it was impossible and it was all in my wife’s mind. My wife never got her meds anywhere close to on time and it was even missed altogether one day until the evening dose was supposed to come. When either I or my wife asked for anything, it was like we were asking for the deed to a goldmine. The nurses and doctors acted like they had no time to do anything for my wife. The patient bathroom had a large chunk of hair in the corner and a pair of surgical scissors lying on the floor for two days solid. I have pictures of these things just to see if they moved. They didn’t. To sum up, we have been to a few hospitals in different states over the years. My. Sinai is without a doubt the most disgusting place staffed with some of the worst bedside mannered people we’ve ever had the misfortune of coming across. How it is supposedly highly ranked is beyond me. Maybe there are pockets of goodness at Mt. Sinai Hospital, but they certainly weren’t evident when we were there.Patrice R Hamilton⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis is the fourth time in 6 months I have had to go to the ER twice for myself and the rest with friends. I have to say Mt Siani ER has improve greatly. I need to said thank you for your service THANK YOU! I also want to to said Thanks to Nurse Tash RN she is so delicate and patience plus well mannered. I have been lucky to get care from her one of the times I came and resently with my friend. She’s a blessing to your facility. P. HamiltonRoz Stopnik⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI found the nursing care on 11 WEST to be exceptional. My husband had cancer for almost 8 years, and always requested this floor. We found that the nurses really became almost family and always did what was best for him. Even at the end of his life, they were considerate. Any time I have surgery at Mt. Sinai, I always request 11WEST.Mary Cobb Mt Sinai Hospital used to be the Premiere of Excellent Medical Emergency Care, but those days are long gone. The medical attendees are the worst. They lack empathy and compassion and they lie to your face with a straight face. I have been to the ER on a numerous occassion due to my many medical issues, especially my thyroid and severe constipation along with my B12 deficiency. I was informed by doctor while in intake that they do not address B12 deficiency issues or gastrointestinal issues and I would have to take that up with my primary physician….as for my severe constipation , she said there was nothing she could do for that either except give me a precription for laxatives and stool softener (I’d not had a bowel movement in 10 days due to thyroid situation). As I was bent over in pain and feeling like I was about to pass out out, the nurse gave me a pain pill and 2 doses of maalox while the doctor handed me discharge papers. I never even made it to the ER room. They dope you up with medicine and then kick you out. The time before this, I had severe constipation, and requested an enema because I’d been given one before. They initially refused, because they stated that I’d be there too long..it didn’t matter that I was bloated, in extreme pain, couldn’t eat, had excess stool and felt faint. They just wanted me out of there. I persevered and they finally gave me a cold fleet enema, but they would not help me…it was my first time doing it myself and I suffered some rectal bleeding. I notified the nurse of this and she completely dismissed my concern, instead shoving the discharge papers in my face to sign. I signed the paper but also added that I’d suffered rectal bleeding and that the nurse stated that that was fine. All of a sudden, I was directed to an ER room and all of a sudden the doctor decided that I warranted a rectum exam and sample tested to see if everything was okay…Denise Madison Tooooo much teaching not enough care. Why in the world would you use the time of an emergency to train. The emergency room is not clean. The doctors are not pleasant. Its a shameTrina S Warning do not go to this hospital!! Stay away. My mom was feeling ill and we went to the emergency room where she was admitted. In the Emergeny room the staff was friendly but not the staff went the was mived to a room.First the doctors could not figure out what was wrong with her. So much they tried to do unnecessary testing like she was a Guinea Pig!! After three days of not knowing, their attuides changed. They became very rude and disrespectful! What kind if place allows Doctors to talk down to patients?? Because she choose not to do one test they got angry. They first they retaliated by forcing her to leave a nice room she was in for 3 days to little room fit for a homeless person. 2nd they told her they wanted out!! They had no diagnosis!! Definitely considering a lawsuit!!brian barksdale⭐️⭐️⭐️Mouth on that is a very good hospital but one thing about them they treat people according to what type of insurance do you have it put in which people on one side of the pool people one of you three voicemails in the Man health service wonderfulNathan Lee Bush⭐️⭐️Medical staff is nice, but that’s where the compliments end. There are third world conditions in there and the support staff and the billing department (throughout their whole system, in my experience) is utterly inept. They didn’t bill me through my insurance. When I called to correct it, they said it was resolved, and then a couple months later I got a call from a collection company. How is bureaucracy so much worse and more byzantine when you’re paying top dollar in America vs my experiences abroad throughout Europe? It’s a sick joke.luis babilonia Rachel Bronzisky wouldn’t see my special needs daughter because we were late only a few minutes. She refused to talk to us and the staff was really rude. The staff wouldn’t even listen to me. We waisted our time with this appointment and now my daughter doesn’t have her medicines that are so important for her health.Genesis Baque Only two doctors on the floor with a busy ER. It is a waste of time coming here.David Jaoui⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedA big thank you to Dr. Cohen Linda R. If I could give 0 stars I would. These people who are supposed to be “emergency staff” are unprofessional, rude and don’t have any qualms about lying to you or misgiving information to you or your family. When my grandmother was called & told to come back to the hospital (after only 48 hours out) because they “misdiagnosed a liver transplant rejection” and said it’s “urgent she arrive immediately”. They continually lied about calling transport, they lied about having a bed, then lied about preparing a bed for her and left her in the hallway for all those hours. When I took it upon myself to go upstairs and ask about her room, they said they never received calls, reports or anything regarding the patient. This is a disgrace. With the bs today ( and the other times she’s had to be brought here) THEY’VE DONE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING*** but kept us waiting for a bed she was to have before** we even arrived . And god forbid you need to speak to a supervisor… they all start reciting the vowels “ah, eh, oh, uhhhhhhh” . It’s now 4 am and they haven’t checked on her but ONE TIME. And.. get this… we’re STILL waiting for her to be taken up to her floor. Never do I ever want to return to this hellhole. Henry Wong Absolutly terrible experience. Terrible staff, have time to talk to colleagues and laugh but takes them 5hrs to get something done which they promised in 1. I would give a 0 star if i couldChana schulman⭐️⭐️⭐️Wait time crazy. ER fifthy. Been inside 8 hours. Laying on gurny. Nothing done. Beds 3 thick. Don’t come here.Nevein Gadelsayed The worst hospital ever. They left me alone in pain after my surgery. Had a terrible experience ever. Don’t recommend it to anyone. Now I’m in pain and I called many time to the dr and the nurse who did my surgery and they never got back to me. Don’t ever have surgery there. I got an infection after my surgery because they left me to get out of the hospital before my time. Bad, bad, bad hospital to be inIvan Chaplikov⭐️⭐️⭐️Made spelling errors on the birth certificate. Very upsetting. Should employ more qualified people.Andy-Samuel Voltaire ER Nurse helen is terrible, they assume every sickle cell patient is an opiod addict and will refuse to treat them. A nurse once told me (boys like you dont make it to 25) I absolutely abhor this hospital. They made me walk home in the rain after an entire evening of not treating me.Morris Levine⭐️⭐️Im in the Emergency Room for a Chrones Disease Flare up and MY NURSE REFUSES TO GIVE ME MY PAIN MEDS THAT THE DR ORDERED ME. THE NURSE SHOULD BE FIRED BECAUSE SHE REFUSES TO TREAT ME WITH DIGINITY AND Respect. We are all equal and should be treated that way. Some nurses think that there better than us paitents. Someday there going to suffer like im suffering.Also the Dr wanted to do a stick to draw bloods on me so I let them get blood work but they wont give me my pain medsPrincess Damiron I seriously wish I could give zero stars to Mount Sinai labor and delivery care. I think the most decent part of my stay was when the nurses first got me settled in, and attached to the monitors and I.V.’s. I am upset because I chose Mount Sinai to have my first child, and I wanted the best experience. I am also an employee of Mount Sinai, and have insurance through them. I never did once state I was an employee throughout my visit, because I don’t expect special treatment because of that. I assumed everyone is treated fairly and well. I reminded a humble easy going patient. Well let me just say, many of the OBGYN doctors at Mount Sinai (5 E 98th st) are a little rough around the edges, but I still thought that Mount Sinai would provide great care, so I stayed. The first thing that occurred that made me upset, was when my OB came to visit me after starting the Pitocin the next day, I explained to her my excitement of my water breaking. (Remember this is my first child, I didn’t know what to expect, and was amazed from the experience) After stating this, she proceeded to aggresively force my legs open to check the amount of dilation, and said:”Yeah well that’s what happens when you give birth.” Talk about a passive aggressive answer instead of rejoicing the moment with me as a first time mom. Honestly, I wish I would have gotten up and left right there. It wasn’t plausible of course, while on the Pitocin which was causing my full on contractions.I didn’t want to stress myself while in labor, so I let it go. I think the shock from her words froze me in that moment.I’ll skip forward and say that she did deliver my baby safely, but would I ever recommend her or Mount Sinai to any pregnant women period? Never. Another thing was so upsetting is that, after giving birth, I tore and of course was in significant pain. Do you know I was put in a room where the heater only blows out cold air? I gave birth January 3, 2018. The three days of my stay in the hospital, it was a snowstorm.The maintenance man did come twice to try to fix it, but seemed aggravated himself for having been called. Imagine being in a state of pain that is at the rate of a 9 and you’re shivering freezing cold, with your newborn in the room with you? Unacceptable. I did ask to please be moved, and I am uncomfortable. Even every nurse, or assistant that walked in proceeded to state how cold the room was. Instead of going out the way to accommodate and move me, the saidthey couldn’t, and only offered me blankets! (after giving birth for a cost of 12,000) Blankets!? The blankets were thin, and still never kept me warm. I stayed in that room shivering, even after asking to be moved twice. Pain, cold, shivering, and anger don’t mix. I am in pure awe at the treatment I was given at Mount Sinai. I never even received a follow up discharge call, which goes to show their level of care. This hospital visit was highly upsetting, as this is my first child. I expected decent care, concern, and sympathy, which isn’t asking for too much. I can’t go back, but I will continue to write about my experience, so that future moms can weigh their options. Very disappointed Mount Sinai. You have to do better.Shirley Ariker⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy husband was in the hospital and I spent the time sitting with him from early morning until late evening. I got a chance to watch while I waited. To a person–orderlies, aides, nurses, and doctors–everyone was helpful, kind, caring, informative, and truly conscientious. I was really impressed, particularly because I’m somewhat familiar with hospitals.vince reyes Came here with a broken collarbone. Best place to wait for 5 hours in pain, best place on being ignored and best place in getting your wallet get ripped, them not doing anything for me at all. I would like to give them an award specially the emergency room but all of my savings got ripped, by them. Their Customer service is the best by the way, avoiding eye contact and getting help. Wohoo!tiffany s Mout Sinai is the worst hospital ever! My mom went in and she looked good and the reason she went in for surgery after a week the doctors called and said oh we should come and when we got there the room was a mess. No nursers was there. We waited forever for nurse and they left 3 really stinky garbage cans in the room and then they said something about her medical thing and we stayed for a week until Sunday 3clock in the morning time because she past that day and I’m only 13 yrs old and my mom couldn’t barley move nor wake up and if she wanted anything she was able to get it because no nurser would come in or nobody would check on her they just left her and this hurts me a lot so I rate this hospital 000000000000000000000000000000000000………Darkhan Munaitbassov I was hospitalized there because I was cut by teens. I waited for 3 hours to be told that I didn’t broke my finger. Then the doctor looked on my injury and let me wash my injury by myself with water. After, nurse came to me and put bloodstopper and bandages with out looking injured finger. I could have done all without their help. I won’t recommend to go there nor to be injured. Be safe and causious.

FAQ: Frequent Questions

Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Room in New York.

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of New York?

Yes, of course. The Mount Sinai Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

Yes, of course. The Mount Sinai Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.

◼️ What’s the address of the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York

The full address is 1468 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10029, United States.

◼️ What’s Mount Sinai Hospital phone number?

The phone number of Mount Sinai Hospital is +1 212-241-6500. You can click here to call now from your phone.

◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?

If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 40.7902278 and a longitude of -73.952218.

◼️ How much is it to go to the Mount Sinai Hospital?

The cost of visiting the emergency room of Mount Sinai Hospital may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.

◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?

The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.

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