The Mount Sinai Hospital Achieves Honor Roll Status, Ranked 16th in the Nation by U.S. News and World Report
July 15, 2014
By earning "top rankings" in six medical specialties, The Mount Sinai Hospital achieved “Honor Roll” status in this year's U.S. News & World Report "Best Hospitals" guidebook.
The Mount Sinai Medical Center Recognized by U.S. News and World Report in Annual “Best Hospitals” Rankings
July 16, 2013
The Mount Sinai Medical Center is prominently featured in U.S. News & World Report’s clinical specialty ranking of the nation’s most outstanding hospitals.
Mount Sinai Researchers to Present Landmark Studies at American Society of Clinical Oncology Meeting
June 1, 2013
Mount Sinai researchers present new data on HPV oral infection and melanoma predictors at ASCO
Mount Sinai Among Pioneers in Robotic Surgery for Head and Neck Cancer
August 28, 2012
Mount Sinai has the largest and one of few programs in the world to treat head and neck cancers using robotic surgery.
Mount Sinai Presents Research on Robotic Surgery and HPV at Head and Neck Cancer Meeting
July 25, 2012
Benefits of robotic surgery in smokers and nonsmokers and predictors of HPV-positive head and neck cancer presented at the 8th International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer.
Mount Sinai Brings Benefit of Robotic Surgery to Sleep Apnea Sufferers
June 25, 2012
Mount Sinai, a pioneer in robotic surgery, is now offering the procedure to patients with sleep apnea, whose obstructive breathing prevents them from sleeping normally.
Swallowing Exercises Associated with Short-Term Improvement in Function Among Patients with Head and Neck Cancer
April 16, 2012
Eric Genden, MD, Professor and Chair of Otolaryngology and researchers find that targeted swallowing exercises can help alleviate swallowing dysfunction.
The Mount Sinai Medical Center and ENT and Allergy Associates LLP Team Up to Fight Esophageal Cancer
March 1, 2011
Academic and Community Medicine join to battle the fastest growing cancer in America which frequently presents with chronic cough
Swallowing Condition Puts Hospitalized Patients at Risk for Complications and Increased Length of Stay
August 17, 2010
A new study shows that patients with dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing, are in the hospital 40 percent longer than those that do not have the condition.