Mount Sinai West (New York)

Type Emergency Room (ER)
City New York NY
State New York
Address 1000 10th Ave
Phone number +1 212-523-4000
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Mount Sinai West 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
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Mount Sinai West Reviews

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

Valerie Forin⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVery friendly staff and nursing team! I was admitted in a timely fashion, kept updated and informed throughout the process. The nursing team was extremely nice and nurturing. The place was clean and waiting room was thoughtful with wifi, ample power outlets, and comfy chairs. Wonderful experience from start to finish.Ian Franzen⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️The staff are kind and professional. The facility is clean and well-cared for. Hands down, the best staff doctor! If you are going to have an operation done and it can be accommodated by Mount Sanai, this is the way to go!Rasha Alargha Worst hospital ever! I gave birth to my daughter there and totally regret choosing this hospital. My nurse wasn’t answering me saying that she had 4 more patients to take care off. The phone next to my bed was not working. they never asked me if I had food allergies or preferences, just throw whatever they had in the kitchen. Left the hospital after 12 hours of giving birth because I couldn’t stand it. I tried calling patient’s representative , of course they transferred me to a non working number. No body deserves to have similar experience!So Many Fandoms 89⭐️⭐️Though my surgeon and his team were absolutely amazing, the same can not be said for the hospital itself. Undergoing a rare surgery, my husband and I came from out of state because this hospital is the only one with a surgeon that could perform the surgery I needed. While an inpatient, recovering in the hospital room, I was sharing a room with another woman who also underwent surgery. My husband (caregiver) was with me and the woman’s daughter was with her. At 9:30 pm the nurse forced my husband to leave the room while the woman’s daughter got to stay. Why? Because my husband “is a male” and “males are not allowed in a room when the other patient in the room is a female”. WHAT!? It doesn’t even make sense, but since my husband and I are both respectful, he left and was forced to try and sleep on a chair in the lounge that was bolted to the wall (couldn’t be moved to line chairs up to possibly lay on) while a man loudly watched tv feet from him. Needless to say, he didn’t sleep much (and since I had scapula surgery, he had to drive us home the next morning, several hours away, on no sleep) and neither did I. The next morning, he was finally allowed back in my room… after I was told what I had to do to care for myself once home… being so drugged up I didn’t remember any of it which is why an individual’s caretaker should be in the room with them so they can remember that stuff. After the surgery, I eventually received the bill from the hospital, which my insurance clearly wasn’t added to. It was listed on the bill that I had no insurance. Giving that information to several people the day of my surgery… how didn’t the billing department have it!? I uploaded that information (with pictures of the card) to the my chart database myself, but no one ever looked at it on there either. Finally got in touch with the individual “in charge” of my case. I gave him all the information he asked me for regarding my insurance… again. He calls back claiming I am not in the health insurance system, I do not have insurance, that is why its not on my bill. I HAVE INSURANCE. I attempted in relaying to him other information to maybe see what was not matching up between us but he kept cutting me off (which is extremely frustrating). I ended up calling my insurance myself and having them call him, which then got things sorted out. It’s ridiculous though that if he just listened to me or viewed the images of the card that I uploaded onto my chart then all of that could have been avoided (why have the option to upload the card if no one views it?). My surgeon is amazingly talented and knowledgeable, so are his staff and the anesthesiologist and his staff that helped me too. I recommend the doctors there 100%. It’s the staff of other departments (nurses and billing department members) that make things unnecessarily stressful.Chi Chi⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGood rapport with all those I had to interact with concerning a family member. Definitely beats Elmhurst Hospital!Vanessa Reyes The nursing staff on the 10th floor are horrific. 10B to be exact. It is true as another reviewer mentioned that they rather patients go on themselves then help them go to the bathroom. What in the world? I could not believe my ears when they said this. We can’t be bothered with walking her to the bathroom I would have to get help. I was beside myself! They are lazy these nurses. Condescending and never know anything “talk to your the doctor” is all i got after my mother in law had surgery. They are unkempt —-meaning they should at least try and have pride in clean uniforms. When you go to the desk they look at you like “what do you want”? Worst hospital staff. Disgusting behavior from staff. Nurse manager should be fired and nurses should be fired and new staff should be brought in. Pathetic professionals.Priscila Sollito Cardozo⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe were really well treated during my gestation and after giving birth. The taxi driver Larry Louis Morse was an angel that cold night. Hope see him again.Andrea Brown Terrible service. Do not come here they are unprofessional. They need to get sued. Do not go to Bronx Care or North Central too they are terrible. Go to Montefiore. This is one of the worst hospitals.Matt Brooks A family member of mine had serious back surgery in this hospital. The nurses on the 8th floor were honestly the worst nurses I’ve ever encountered. They were lazy, rude, and barely did their job. They said it was easier for them if patients went to the bathroom in their bed because it was easier to clean it up than help them to the bathroom. Nothing changed. So they purposefully did not respond to calls for help. I witnessed this many times. There were times when it was 1 nurse for more than 16 people on the whole floor. Understaffed, yes, but is that the time to be having a conversation with the desk admin and ignoring patients? If there were 2 nurses on, BOTH went on lunch at the same time. The time on the 8th floor was dehumanizing. It was a terrible experience for my family and I. And others too. Cut to moving down to floor 3. The “Physical Therapy” floor was phenomenal. The nurses on this floor were attentive, compassionate, and very hard working. It was like night and day. They really showed care for my family member and for their jobs. Beware of the 8th floor nurses. They are not just terrible workers but poor human beings as well.Beata Fiuk⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI received an excellent treatment at Mount Sinai West ER. I am really pleased. Such a great experience!!!.rylee miller i gave birth but it wasnt what i expected the nurse was in the room with me the whole time i had my baby they never let my baby stay with me they had my baby in the nursery for most of the time they said it was because of testing but they never told me what the tests were for they never gave me any information about anything i asked questions the nurses said they have no information or updates to give me and when i asked to see my baby they said they cant let me see him because hes getting more tests done and when i asked about the tests i never got any answers very un professional how can you give a baby so many tests and not have any information about the tests that are being doneAndrea Brown terrible I am a native indian oriental.They treat me badly.John Alvaro⭐️⭐️The staff is amazing, and two of our daughters were born there. I loved our experience within the hospital. It is two stars for me, however, because the Office of the Newborn did not file the paper work for our daughters birth for a full month. As a result we have no birth certificate, no SSN and are going to be barred from visiting our pediatrician.Luis Borges I Had a seizure at work was taken in a ambulance to mount Sinai west, was unclear where I was did not remember what doctor I spoke to was released at 4:36AM with no supervision. One Hospital I wish was never treated.!!!!!tm752⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had hand surgery at this location with Dr. Jaehon Kim. For a year I hadn’t been able to shake hands, turn door knobs, use a pepper mill and anything else that required use of my thumb. My hand healed and its use returned in the predicted time span. Two and a half years later, I am still pain free. During the months before surgery Dr. Kim had time for me, explained my diagnosis clearly, explained alternatives for treatment and always treated me with respect and good humor. On the day of surgery not only was I treated with respect and consideration by the entire staff but everyone I encountered was helpful, informed and friendly. Kudos also to Meg Rosenblatt and her team of anesthesiology team.Kiersten Foster⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedFrom the security, to the doctors, to the woman who discharged me, everyone in this ER was extremely kind and patient. It’s never fun going to the Emergency Room, but the process was efficient and I was able to get the prescription I needed that night.Ashley P⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHad surgery here, stayed on 14th floor after. was a great hospital to have surgery and recover in.Yunlong Liu I went to the cardiology dept at this location. The doctor is great but other admins are just quite lazy. The doctor scheduled me a test but they said they are out for lunch and let me wait until they are back. I am still hungry at that moment and was waiting for 2 hours. 2 weeks later, I received the bill from this hospital. It bills me ~300 dollars for the conclusion that the pain is unspecified. I attempted to contact the hospital but it turns out that they are super rude on that. There is no direct point of contact on my issue. I contacted the customer service people of this hospital. In their reply, they even mess up with my gender. I can’t imagine how careless they are. I think hospitals should be places operated carefully. Can you trust anybody who is not careful at all? Stay away from this hospital.Gmail naumova⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHave been in ER twice and in maternity once. I have noticed a significant improvement since the first time. Staff have been more attentive providing more attention to the patient’s needs. Nurses are quick and know what they are doing. Great job improvingRyan Siskar We were completely forgotten by the staff.Sharon Wolf⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWonderful experience at Mt Sinai West! Thanks for everythingRonald Gans⭐️⭐️⭐️No complaints about the nursing or medical staff at all. I’ve been there a few times and am grateful it is nearby. The food is another story. It is uneatable. If I’m there again, I’ll have friends bring food to me. I mean, it’s sickening. And the coffee, well, sewer water probably tastes better. And one comment about the so-called “heart healthy” food: First, no one eats salt-free saltines on purpose. Some “foods” are just awful. Also, unless you are in the hospital for long term care or are on a special diet, there is no reason to provide “heart-healthy” food. I don’t eat it in my daily life. If i do I can request it. Once out of the hospital, I’m going back to my daily life and daily diet, i.e., normal food. If they can’t make normal food the kitchen staff should be fired. One other comment: I know it’s difficult for large institutions to keep up with technology and I know cell phones (and other portable electronic devices) are pretty new but it would be great to be able to charge my devices while in my bed. I cannot. There is one plug facing the bed (but too far away) and another behind the bed and basically too far away. Time for Roosevelt to recognize that portable electronic devices are probably here to stay.Austin Idehen⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI felt very well taken of. All of the staff I interacted with were amazing, friendly and caring. Very pleased with Mt. SinaiSean Hood Horrible customer experience. Too large of a health system with an inability to provide you information and feedback in an easy direct way. If you have a billing issue, you will have to call multiple numbers and be given very little informative direction. Overall too large of a health system to provide good quality of care. UPDATE: In addition to billing issues, I have been trying to get a refill of a prescription for 2 weeks. Currently on my 3rd attempt calling for them to update and send script back to pharmacy. Was just hung up by the person on the call center. They have a 24-48 response time and often (as is the case this time and has been before) nothing has happened within 48 hours and I am not contacted or updated.Crystal Cason If I come to this ER again I’d better be damn near death. I have been here during 2 shifts so far and have been ignored by the previous nurse when I called for assistance. She ignored the pages. She finished her shift though. Last saw Dr. 2 hours ago Still waiting for a test. Unless its open 24 hours with an 8 hour backup, not happening tonight.AuTumn Mpongo Ghetto they don’t even have IV poles and advise patients to hold there IV while they use the bathroom or place them on a sink. Completely outrageous. “Unfortunately we don’t have enough of poles.” How is this acceptable. How is a registered nurse advising someone to place an iv bag on a sink. The fact that they think this is normal Is very telling. What kind of medical facility doesn’t have enough IV pole. Then upon discharge they brought me someone else paperwork where I could clearly see there name and diagnosis. Please go else whereChristopher J. Caraballo⭐️⭐️⭐️Comprehensive hospital with an express Emergency Department track for minor emergencies and small emergency psychiatric department. I’ve lived by this hospital for several years, and even though it is a comprehensive hospital, it seems like a place most people go on an outpatient basis. Some of the staff do seem to have an attitude for no reason at times. However it is always open, clean, and accessible to the rest of the Mount Sinai Health Systems network of resources. Formerly, Roosevelt Hospital, the facilities have been under renovation since they affiliated with Mount Sinai Health SystemKayla Ha Horrible billing department. It’s a disaster. Spoke to this person named Diana. She was very mean and condescending. In other reivews, people are saying that doctors are good here but the admins aren’t. I can’t agree more. I recommend NYU Langone if you are looking for good doctors AND good admins.Viola Robinson On today, I arrived for my OBGYN appt scheduled for 9:30am. Immediately I was told I couldn’t be seen. I asked why and the Nurse said she spoke with the Doctor who told her that, “my reason for an appointment was UNIMPORTANT.” She said that the doctor would see me but I wouldn’t receive an ultrasound…it would only be a verbal consultation. Having miscarried in April, a thorough visit IS VERY important to me. I waited hours more and started to feel pain in my abdominal area. It is now 12: 05 pm and I am still in the waiting area ….just waiting. I asked the nurses on staff what could be the hold up, and I was given a discharge slip WITHOUT EVEN SEEING A DOCTOR!!!!!!! I rejected the discharge slip and told the staff that I haven’t been seen. The nurse came back and said it was a “computer glitch.” After waiting hours for a 10 minute verbal appt. I still don’t know if my baby even has a heartbeat or exactly how far along I am. This hospital is very negligent and just SKIPPED RIGHT OVER ME!! THEY NEED TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR HORRIBLE STANDARDS OF SERVICE!! I WAS GIVEN A NUMBER AND NAME TO REPORT THEIR LACK OF SERVICE, BUT I AM STILL WAITING. I WILL NOT BE CONTINUING SERVICE HERE!!!!! EVER!!!!!. Update….I miscarried on 8/ 18. I kept feeling pain so I went to NYU ER..i received an ultrasound which confirmed I was 8 weeks 1 day but the fetal pole had no heartbeat. To say the least….I am devastated and depressed. However, I have a soon to be 2 year old so I am nonetheless blessed.Brent Blackwell⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Pretty good experience. Had to take a 10yr old there and staff was pretty good. Nurse Moses was awesome and was great with my son. Talked to us and told everything he was doing and made us and my son feel comfortable with what was going on. All the Doctors were nice and informative as well. It did take quite a long time for the labs though, but overall a good experience.Miss Tasha I just don’t know where to start? Imagine having an epidural inserted the same time as having your baby’s heartbeat check. Imagine being in the pains of labor for hours before you can get an anesthesiologist, imagine a room with mold in the corner of the sink. Worse experience ever…I will never step foot in this hospital again.Brian Lee⭐️⭐️We had an amazing experience with our newborn and the staff was patient, courteous, and proficient. I have to give two stars for one main reason, the shared postpartum rooms. It’s a crapshoot and the quality of experience depends on your roomates. Full volume YouTube videos, rap music, teenage visitors until past midnight; these could be possible things you’d expect if you’re unlucky. This in itself isn’t really bad if the nurses would crack the theoretical whip on these rabble rousers, but the prevailing strategy toward this behavior is to ignore. It dampened some beautiful moments with our new baby boy, and left a bad taste in our mouths in regards to this location.Blerim Hoxhaj⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedExcellent staf & service, thank you for everything.Golden Sunshine⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis review is for Dr Joseph Bax. There is no other place to review him. Dr. Bax is such a kind man and so professional and much more knowledgable than any physiatrist I have seen at other hospitals. I have seen some at fancy pants hospitals that didn’t know half as much as him! Plus he doesn’t try to prescribe a bunch of un- necessary meds or procedures. I highly recommend him! As for Mount Sinai West well 4 stars because they have some issues. One of them is they don’t have a real hospital blood lab they sold their blood labs to Lab Corps and the problem is they only do certain tests but not some important ones. I had to actually go to another hospital and pay 500.00 cash because they don’t take my insurance. Lab Corp is limited in what they can do. Otherwise my experience has been good mainly because of the doctors. I have found the doctors there to have integrity such as Dr Bax, Dr Patterson and Dr. Vulcano. World class doctors!Penelope Ross I was in Roosevelt 3 weeks ago for treatment of atrial fibrillation. When I left the doctors gave me new prescriptions, including a statin. NO ONE (including follow-up cardiologist) noticed that I was already on a statin, Only the nutritionist from my diabetes study spotted the double dosing. I stopped taking it, but damage had already been done. As a result, I had to be re-admitted to the hospital for treatment of liver malfunction. Just out Saturday afternoon and I still am extremely weak. I am not happy, to put it mildly, that your wrong prescription has caused me so much damage. Wonder if you will post this publicly.Noel Cordero. Rude, lazy nurses nurses aids and entire staff. The food is terrible, more like jail food. This place is terrible.ini Becker This place is a total scam, I saw an ENT, MD Benjamin Tweel. During our appointment, one of the tests the doctor run, was a sinus endoscopy. Of course at the time I didn’t know that was what he was doing, and he never mentioned that was out of the scope of my copay. When I got the bill in the mail, the total for this procedure was: $1,150.00, from which I have to pay $261.46 out of pocket. I contacted the billing center and they told me I have to contact my insurance. What does my insurance have to do with the fact that the doctor scammed me? Not only I do not recommend this place, I am writing this review as a cautionary tale.Samiha Rowe In 2017 I came here a few times to the ER due to my pregnancy and every time I saw a person who claims to be a doctor, they always drew blood and busted my veins. Another time I was admitted to the maternity ward due to an active miscarriage back in July 2017. It was my first baby and loss… I don’t even remember what Doctor I saw but they didn’t show any sympathy or compassion. Just told me I was having a miscarriage and to go home, then come back for a follow up (which I didn’t do because I was so irritated and discouraged by the OBGYN team.) This nurse who was working overtime was extremely rude towards me. My husband was by my side and witnessed how she treated me. I was in a lot of pain and couldn’t move at a fast pace; she would often disappear and came back yelling to follow her. Horrible. I never went back there again nor do I plan to or recommend anyone to go there. I don’t trust the doctors and the nurses are just nasty. Mount Sinai, feel free to check my records and see which doctors and staff tended to me so proper action and training can be taken to better your team.Loretta Humber⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVery good hospital and staff.Angela Maaya⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedStaff are super professional, respectful, work speedily, environment is clean, had wonderful experience at the hospital.Russell Haque⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedVery much peaceful circumstances and very caring attendance here. They do there responsibilities very professional and authentic way . Very clean floors and they always try to make it better. Nurses, attendants, doctors and other stuffs are very nice and ready for serving any kind of patients necessity with a smile on there face. Wish very success of this hospital.Randy Correll While in the ER, my husband’s belongings were held by security. Cash was stolen from his wallet and multiple fraudulent transactions were attempted on his credit cards.Ирина Шумихина The worst hospital ever! I went there with bad allergy! Doctor didn’t say nothing, didn’t take any test, he said that he don’t know what is it and gave me prescription to buy some cream ‍♀️ and they charge me 1400$! For 1 minutes that doctor was explaining to me that I should go different hospital!Fatima Sana I was transported to the mount Sinai West emergency with diagnosed ectopic pregnancy and blood in abdomen.My doctor suggested that I should have immediate surgery.First they took a lot of time in repeating investigations and examination.Then after spending 6 hrs,the physician on call came who thought that I look stable and little bleeding in abdomen is ok and I am experiencing pain only because I have been poked by needles a I can get an injection and go back home .My friend was by side and we were shocked by Doctor’s rude behavior. Thank God that my regular doctor kept checking on me and they operated me in time at another hospital and saved me from a ruptured ovarian ectopic pregnancy .Will never forget the Pysician on call casual behavior to such a life threatening situation and will never recommend a friend to go there.Cherie Merrell Horrible! You neglected my husband and the worst hospital I’ve ever experienced ! I have Cancer and NEVER HAVE BEEN SITTING AROUND HOPING TO SOEAK WITH THE ONCOLOGIST WHICH NEVER SHOWED UP!!! Very sad, I wish I kept my love in Boca! Pitiful hospital! Andy deserves more!! Regards, CherieMichael R. Bushey⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Became paralyzed from waist down both legs while traveling to Boston by bus, Sept.-Oct. of 2016. Received kind and concerned help from medical staff while in hospital. Had to be moved to rehabilitation site in Brookline nursing, left early from rehab, didn’t want to be stuck in nursing home for duration.Ursula Koszykowski I would not recommend this hospital and I am hoping never to be a patient there anymore. I have reported misconduct by two of the doctors affiliated with the hospital. Both, Patients Relationship division and Chief of the Surgery division condoned such behavior and misconduct. I guess patients best interest and satisfaction is at the lowest on their priority list.Rose Anne⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommendedtreated like a queen by all staff. my surgeon dr vulcano was excellent. great hospital overallMadelin Ramirez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedLabor and delivery was awesomeeee… the nurse Barabra , doctor Rothinberg and doctor Lewis-Morris were awesome . they handled everything without leaving doubts about anything ! … Had the best experience delivering my Baby boy .. I’m sooooo thankful !!Juan marecrst Worst hospital… Went to ER and waited almost 3 hours to see a doctor that never showed up…Donna Costanza⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedHi. On March 12th 2019 I had total Hip Replacement Surgery at Mount Sinai West. My Surgeon is Dr Kastenbaum. He was assisted by Dr Peter Wolby and Dr Albert Min. These three doctors are amazing! I was in good hands the whole way thru my pre op and post op as well. Thank you Doctors! I would also like to thank James Thomas Hudson, Director of Patient Care at Mount Sinai West for having such an amazing staff. James was my Nurse Manager on duty while I stayed in the hospital for 3 days. James is warm and friendly and he was attentive to my pain management. Thank you to my Nurse Vina for assisting me thru my recovery. Thanks to Darlene and Jeanette who are Patient Care Associates at the hospital. They both are professional, nice and helpful. I want to thank Valerie in OR Housekeeping who helped me my first day after surgery. She was on my floor helping out and she assisted me in fluffing my pillows for me and finding me an outlet for my Charger for my phone. ( Very sweet). Thank you to Lindsey in Occupational Therapy for checking in on me and asking how my care was. Thank you to my cool Physical Therapist Barbara and my Occupational Therapist Rachel. You both are amazing! My entire experience was wonderful! 5 Stars to everyone!John Angel⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had to stop in for a late night medical emergency because of excruciating pain, and from the start, to finish it was a great experience. I had fun with the staff and got excellent care. Thank you!Grissel Romero The hospital ER has become the worst that I’ve seen in a long time. All they do is take xrays, give you ibuprofen and call it a night. It doesn’t even deserve one star. I told them that I was getting anxiety attacks due to my side of my face in severe pain. I asked for antibiotics due to an obvious infection. They dwelled on a non existent cardiac attack. I told them that I wasn’t even having chest pains at all or any symptoms. Sent me home. Diagnosis, they were not able to help me because they weren’t dentists and didn’t have the necessary equipment to help me. They even forgot to tell me that I was discharged. Two nurses were very apologetic. My face swelled up like a balloon. Had to get help elsewhere. Spend more $$. Given nothing to help with the obvious infection. Five days later, I had to return. Something popped like a rubber band in my knee. Could not walk or even move my leg too much. My leg could not bear any weight on it. They took xrays, gave me ibuprofen and was gonna give me a ace bandage to send me home. Diagnosis, could not see anything wrong with my knee. They even went as far as to predetermined that it was a tear in a ligament. They said that it could not be seen on the average xrays. I needed to go home and go later to see a orthopaedic dr who has better xray machines. Uh, the hospital has a orthopaedic clinic and better xray machines upstairs!? The nurses and radiology Dept was very helpful and sweet. Found out from another location that the patella in my knee was slightly dislocated. Had to go elsewhere and spend more $$. Hello!? I’m not Trump!! I do not have $$ to throw away traveling back and forth and paying the hospital for one tablet of ibuprofen!! This hospital is not what it use to be. This hospital is horrible!!!! Add insult to injury, they sent me a bill!!! They did nothing to help me!!! Smh!!!Ivan Dj Doc Rodriguez⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMt. Sinai West Radiology Wonderful Staff, Doctors, Nurses, Technicians, Receptionists, Social workers, Nutritionists… All treated me wonderfully during a very challenging time in my life. Ari, you’re the Best, your team is great! AAA+

FAQ: Frequent Questions

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

◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of New York?

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

◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?

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

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

The full address is 1000 10th Ave, New York, NY 10019, United States.

◼️ What’s Mount Sinai West phone number?

The phone number of Mount Sinai West is +1 212-523-4000. 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 40.7695024 and a longitude of -73.9864118.

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

The cost of visiting the emergency room of Mount Sinai West 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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