An award-winning leader in the field of urban health care, Mount Sinai Hospital is committed to helping top medical professionals provide the best possible quality of medical care for their patients. All Mount Sinai Chicago physicians are committed to superior levels of communication and service, making us known for our expert research, personalized care and overall patient satisfaction.
Mount Sinai Chicago is accredited by The Joint Commission, The College of American Pathologists and The American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, and our Emergency Department is approved for pediatrics certification. Ranked among the top 10 percent of hospitals nationwide in 75 percent of national hospital quality measures, our hospital has been recognized as a health care leader by American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, Deaf Illinois and the Top Coding Hospitals Report.
Sinai Medical Group Employs Nearly 500 Physicians and over 200 Specialists
Mount Sinai Chicago physicians benefit from a comprehensive health care facility dedicated to providing compassionate care for every patient. Our health care staff includes close to 500 physicians and more than 200 specialists—catering to fields such as Cardiovascular Services, Cancer Care Center, Stroke Center, Orthopedics, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Diabetes, Geriatrics and more.
Sinai Is a Teaching Hospital
A major teaching hospital, Sinai trains more than 700 health care professionals through its undergraduate, graduate, residency and fellowship programs. For undergraduate medical students, we offer teaching in six major specialties and several subspecialties, independently and through affiliation with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science/The Chicago Medical School. Specialties include medicine, surgery, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, and physical medicine and rehabilitation. What’s more, we are known for our ongoing research key fields such as cancer detection and treatment, child abuse, trauma and emergency medicine, urology, rheumatology, oncology, hematology and neonatology.