Mount Sinai Medical Center

Mount Sinai Medical Center

Miami Beach, FL, United States
Miami Beach United States

Mount Sinai Medical Center is a 319-bed major urban hospital in Chicago, Illinois, with its main campus located adjacent to Douglas Park at 15th Street and California Avenue on the citys West Side. The hospital was established in 1912 under the name Maimonides Hospital, with a mission of serving poor immigrants from Europe while providing training to Jewish physicians, primarily of Eastern European descent. Wikipedia

Mount Sinai Medical Center
Miami Beach, FL, United States
Miami Beach United States

Mount Sinai Medical Center is a 319-bed major urban hospital in Chicago, Illinois, with its main campus located adjacent to Douglas Park at 15th Street and California Avenue on the citys West Side. The hospital was established in 1912 under the name Maimonides Hospital, with a mission of serving poor immigrants from Europe while providing training to Jewish physicians, primarily of Eastern European descent. Wikipedia

Jun 7, 4:43 PM

For the first time this past weekend, Mount Sinai Medical Center sponsored a renowned McKenzie course: Musculoskeletal Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine and the Extremities. This course is part of a joint effort between the McKenzie Institute, USA in Syracuse, New York, and our Mount Sinai Outpatient Physical Therapy Clinic (located at the Jacobson Healthcare Center), aiming to credential our physical therapists and our clinic in the highly-effective and renowned McKenzie Method. Once this is accomplished, our Outpatient Physical Therapy Clinic will be recognized as a McKenzie Certified Clinic, becoming the first of its kind in South Florida to receive this distinction!

Feb 14, 10:30 PM

Tuesday Tip: Drink water when you're bloated. If you're on a high-fiber diet, for instance, then your body needs more water to work more efficiently. Bloating can also occur from dehydration, your body clings to the water your body does have, causing you to puff up.

Jan 26, 10:23 PM

TBT: Mount Sinais first full-time physician, renowned cardiologist Dr. Phillip Samet, is shown here in the mid-1950s doing a pulmonary function study with equipment then considered high-tech!

Jan 19, 9:38 PM

Mount Sinai cardiologist, Dr. Juan-Carlos Brenes visited Univision 23 today to speak about Marfan's Syndrome. Tune in tio With You in the Community on Saturday, 1/21 to view the full story and learn more about the The Marfan Foundation walk taking place on 1/29!