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About Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt
Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt consists of 1076 beds between both hospitals. St. Luke's Roosevelt was formed in 1979 as a result of a merger between St. Luke's, which was founded in 1850, Woman's Hospital established in 1855, and Roosevelt, which dates back to 1871. In 2013, Mount Sinai and Continuum Health Partners joined forces to create the Mount Sinai Health System, of which Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt hospitals are active and vital members. We are a major teaching affiliate of the Ichan School of Medicine and our association with the medical school allows for even more opportunities for clinical specialization and research.
Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt serves the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This area includes the Columbia University Campus, the American Museum of Natural History, Broadway theatres, Central Park and Lincoln Center. This large neighborhood, with over a million residents from every ethnic and socioeconomic group, provides the most diverse patient population with a broad spectrum of pathology seen at every stage of the illness. In addition, Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai Roosevelt provides services to patients from the tri-state metropolitan area, who are referred to our highly regarded tertiary care programs.
Mount Sinai St. Luke's location on 114th St. and Amsterdam Avenue is an integral part of the Morningside Heights Community between the largest gothic cathedral in North America (Cathedral of St. John the Divine) and one of the oldest and best known universities in the world (Columbia University). Mount Sinai Roosevelt, located at 59th Street and 10th Avenue, serves the midtown population, residents of the upper west side, and patients from all over New York who come for primary, specialist, and tertiary care services.
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