The Mount Sinai Health Network comprises a multitude of ambulatory sites, institutional affiliations, and clinical relationships designed to create a geographically broad-based health care delivery system across the entire continuum of care. Its goal is to ensure the highest quality health care for the populations served by Mount Sinai and its affiliated physicians or institutions.
The Mount Sinai Health Network is continuously developing high quality clinical relationships and ambulatory practices outside of our main campuses to provide excellent health care at a community level, with ties to the advanced care that is available throughout the Health System. In the past year, Mount Sinai has opened or acquired practices in Brooklyn, Nassau County, Manhattan, and Staten Island, tailoring the offering of clinical services to the specific needs of the area they serve. In addition, the Network is continually working to develop important clinical relationships with institutions that provide high quality health care in an effort to create important linkages in both an academic and clinical capacity.
In order to create a fully operational health care delivery system with an increasingly abundant geographic reach in New York, the Mount Sinai Health Network seeks to achieve many important goals. Our ability to ensure highest quality of care for the populations served by Mount Sinai and its affiliated physicians or institutions, and leverage the world-class academic programs of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai to innovate patient care, is essential to the success of the Network.
Mount Sinai is consistently assessing the promotional and operational needs for each of our growing list of ambulatory practices, clinical affiliates, and relationships. Each member of the Network is an integral part of the Mount Sinai Health System and critical in our ability to elevate the care each patient receives.