Category - Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Media

Congratulations, Erisa, on this incredible honor! We are so happy to have people…

Congratulations, Erisa, on this incredible honor! We are so happy to have people like you in our Mount Sinai Morningside family. 👏🎉 #Repost @mountsinainyc ・・・ Congratulations to Daisy Award winner Erisa Behrami, RN at our @MountSinaiMorningside Infusion Center. The Daisy Award provides on-going recognition of the clinical skill and especially the compassion nurses provide to patients and families>>>

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Did you get your steps in today? Today is #NationalWalkingDay! To celebrate, te…

Did you get your steps in today? Today is #NationalWalkingDay! To celebrate, teams across Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai Heart took a walk through Morningside Heights on this beautiful afternoon. Staff not only got to enjoy the sunshine and perfect weather, they also had the opportunity to pick up some free swag—just check out those shoelaces! Sponsored by the American Heart Association>>>

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Yesterday, on National Doctors’ Day, Mount Sinai Morningside hosted the second P…

Yesterday, on National Doctors’ Day, Mount Sinai Morningside hosted the second Physician of the Year Awards! The event was held both virtually on Zoom and in-person for the winner and hospital leadership. Art Gianelli, President, Brian Radbill, Chief Medical Officer, and Marsha Sinanan-Vasishta, Interim Chief Nursing Officer, presented the awards to the winner the Physician of the Year>>>

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Today, March 30, is National Doctors’ Day. As patients and staff celebrate docto…

Today, March 30, is National Doctors’ Day. As patients and staff celebrate doctors across the country, we would like to recognize the incredible work of our physicians at Mount Sinai Morningside. Today, we pay tribute to the many talented physicians on our staff and salute their dedication and service to our hospitals and our communities, every day, but especially today, especially now, as the>>>

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Meet Yelena Bortnovskaya, RN, MSN, Director of Perioperative Services, Periopera…

Meet Yelena Bortnovskaya, RN, MSN, Director of Perioperative Services, Perioperative Services! A piece of advice that helped her become a great leader? “Be willing to challenge the status quo, and do not be afraid to ask for help.” • • • #MSMwomenpower #womenshistorymonth #womenshistory #womenempowerment #womensupportingwomen #hospital #womeninhealthcare #womenrock #spotlight>>>

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This week is National LGBT Health Awareness Week! This week, March 22 – 26, 202…

This week is National LGBT Health Awareness Week! This week, March 22 – 26, 2021, we are celebrating National LGBT Health Awareness Week at Mount Sinai Morningside. This year’s theme, “Out for Equity”, arises from the Coalition’s Inaugural State of LGBTQ Health National Survey, highlighting the need for ongoing engagement of the LGBTQ+ community on health care issues. To raise awareness about>>>

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Meet Stephanie Wang, MD, Senior Medical Director, Care Transitions & Population …

Meet Stephanie Wang, MD, Senior Medical Director, Care Transitions & Population Health! A piece of advice that helped her become a great leader? “Even when problems arise we can be the solution by reflecting our values and understanding others with compassion and respect. That’s the advice that inspires me to be a great leader: Be the solution.” • • • #MSMwomenpower>>>

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Another week, another successful Tip of the CAP event! These special moments …

Another week, another successful Tip of the CAP event! 🎉 These special moments pausing and connecting with all of you keep getting better and better, and we could not be more grateful for your continued efforts to keep us all safe and healthy. Happy Monday and enjoy the week, Mount Sinai Morningside! We look forward to celebrating with you again this week. 😊 #TipoftheCAP #MountSinaiCAPTipby>>>

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March is Women’s History Month. A month dedicated to commemorating and encouragi…

March is Women’s History Month. A month dedicated to commemorating and encouraging the observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history, Women’s History Month is also a time to share their stories of success and how they impacted the world around them. In the face of the current challenges and hardships, the women who make up Mount Sinai Morningside have continued>>>

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One week ago today, Mount Sinai Morningside took part in a System-wide recogniti…

One week ago today, Mount Sinai Morningside took part in a System-wide recognition and reflection of the one-year anniversary of the WHO declaring COVID-19 a pandemic. Arthur Gianelli, President of Mount Sinai Morningside, reflected on this historic anniversary by sharing a poignant message to our MSM family. 🏥🤍 • • • #covid19 #covid_19 #covid #pandemic #reflection #remembrance #message>>>

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Reason # 10001 why are our staff at Mount Sinai Morningside are amazing. Last …

Reason # 10001 why are our staff at Mount Sinai Morningside are amazing. ⬆️ Last year, Sandra Canon, Executive Chef at Mount Sinai Morningside, was nominated to be part of the Women in the Kitchen Group, representing the Howard Weinstein region. After finishing her Certified Executive Chef (CEC) program, Sandra was invited to be a part of the mentor’s program at Morrison Healthcare>>>

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On this day last year, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemi…

On this day last year, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. As a part of the process of acknowledging what we have lost while appreciating how far we have come, the Mount Sinai Health System observed a moment of reflection on this historic anniversary—together. At Mount Sinai Morningside, teams from across the hospital joined in reflecting in a way that is most>>>

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Happy International Women’s Day! International Women’s Day is a global day rec…

Happy International Women’s Day! 👸 International Women’s Day is a global day recognizing the social, economic, cultural, and political contributions of women and today, we celebrate all women—especially those who are part of the Mount Sinai Morningside family. We are so grateful for the colleagues who continue to inspire us on the front lines, behind the scenes, leading our teams, and>>>

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We never pass up the opportunity for cake… Last Thursday, Mount Sinai Mornings…

We never pass up the opportunity for cake… Last Thursday, Mount Sinai Morningside celebrated another successful Tip of the CAP event! In collaboration with the Mount Sinai Health System, Tip of the CAP gives our employees the time to connect with their colleagues, appreciate their hard work, and pause to take time for themselves. As a small token of appreciation for their hard work and>>>

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To mark the end of Black History Month on Sunday, February 28, and to mark the b…

To mark the end of Black History Month on Sunday, February 28, and to mark the beginning of Women’s History Month on Monday, March 1, we would like to take this opportunity to honor Doris Wethers, MD. In 1958, Dr. Wethers became the first Black Attending Physician at Mount Sinai Morningside, then St. Luke’s Hospital, where she specialized in pediatrics. Dr. Wethers became the Chief of Pediatrics>>>

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On Friday, February 19, Mount Sinai Morningside celebrated the beginning of Chin…

On Friday, February 19, Mount Sinai Morningside celebrated the beginning of Chinese New Year! Chinese New Year, which began on Friday, February 12, is one of the most important holidays in China. Tied to the Chinese lunar calendar, the holiday is traditionally a time for people to honor their households, heavenly deities, and ancestors, and to also bring people together to celebrate new>>>

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Tip of the CAP is just one of many ways that Mount Sinai Morningside and the Mou…

Tip of the CAP is just one of many ways that Mount Sinai Morningside and the Mount Sinai Health System are showing their gratitude for our colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic. All of teams at Mount Sinai Morningside deserve recognition, care, and support for all they have done time and time again for their patients, their colleagues, and their community. We tip our caps to you! 🧢👏>>>

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We are so proud to have dedicated individuals like Cynthia on our team at Mount …

We are so proud to have dedicated individuals like Cynthia on our team at Mount Sinai Morningside. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition, Cynthia! 👏 #Repost @mountsinainyc ・・・ Project coordinator Cynthia Tejeda is a true leader at @MountSinaiMorningside. No matter the issue, she is ready to give 110 percent of herself to the cause. It is hard to even know where at MSM Cynthia works>>>

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These past two weeks, Mount Sinai Morningside in collaboration with the Mount Si…

These past two weeks, Mount Sinai Morningside in collaboration with the Mount Sinai Health System launched a new initiative, “Tip of the CAP,” to recognize the selfless service of our colleagues at the hospital and across the Health System. By setting aside time each week for employees to connect with their colleagues, appreciate their hard work, and pause to take time for themselves, we hope our>>>

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To show our gratitude for the hard work and selfless service of our colleagues, …

To show our gratitude for the hard work and selfless service of our colleagues, Mount Sinai Morningside is setting aside time each week for employees to connect with their colleagues, appreciate their hard work, and pause to take time for themselves. These moments are a small token of our appreciation, a “tip of the cap.” Please join us in tipping our caps to our staff at Mount Sinai Morningside>>>

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It’s the weekend and we are feline good. Meet Benny, this week’s #InFURencer!   …

It’s the weekend and we are feline good. Meet Benny, this week’s #InFURencer!   Benny, short for Shadow Benny, is a nine-year-old Caribbean cat from the island of Grenada and the furbaby of Natalie Bergstrom, Manager of Population Health and Value Based Care at Mount Sinai Morningside.   A purr-fectly paw-esome companion, Benny is as smart (claw-ver?) as they come—he can differentiate between his>>>

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Today, Mount Sinai Morningside celebrated National Go Red Day and Go-Red for Wom…

Today, Mount Sinai Morningside celebrated National Go Red Day and Go-Red for Women! Folks from around the hospital wore red to raise awareness of heart disease among women and provide them with the knowledge and tools to control their risk factors and improve their health. Every February, the Mount Sinai Health System joins forces with the American Heart Association on the first Friday of the>>>

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Felt cute… definitely won’t delete later. Meet Rocky, a 6-month-old Mini Goldend…

Felt cute… definitely won’t delete later. Meet Rocky, a 6-month-old Mini Goldendoodle and this week’s #inFURencer! Even in his young age, Rocky has taken on an eclectic number of hobbies. According to his pawrent, Ruby Guzman, Senior Director of Patient Transport at Mount Sinai Morningside, Rocky enjoys playing soccer, skateboarding, sightseeing around new sniffing spots, catching a case of>>>

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After 20 years of dedicated service on the frontlines at Mount Sinai Morningside…

After 20 years of dedicated service on the frontlines at Mount Sinai Morningside, Margaret “Peggy” Donohue-Desiderio, a nurse in the Emergency Department, retired last month.   Peggy started her career as a nurse in Medical-Surgical and Detox in 2000 and has been in the Emergency Department since 2003.   Jocelyn Sese, Emergency Department Nursing Director, says, “Since 2000>>>

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