Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center is the first primary care program in New York specifically designed to meet the health needs of adolescents. This flagship center is the largest provider of comprehensive outpatient adolescent health services in New York City. The Center offers free, confidential, comprehensive medical and mental health care, family planning, and health education services to young people from 10 to 24 years of age.

Services

The Center offers a wide range of health services that include:

  • Primary and acute medical care for adolescents and young adults, and for adolescent mothers and their children
  • Reproductive health services
  • Programs for teen parenting
  • Counseling and psychotherapy
  • Cardiovascular risk reduction
  • Nutrition, fitness, and wellness
  • HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment
  • Services for LGBT youth
  • LGBQ and transgender services
  • Legal services

The Center staffs interdisciplinary teams comprised of fellowship-trained physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychologists, social workers, and health educators. Along with its primary location on Manhattan's Upper East Side, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center operates model programs at school-based health centers in six area high schools:

  • Julia Richman Educational Complex on the Upper East Side
  • Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics in Harlem
  • Humanities Educational Complex in Chelsea
  • Martin L. King Jr. High School Campus on the Upper West Side
  • A. Philip Randolph Campus High School in Harlem
  • Brandeis Campus High School on the Upper West Side

Education and Training

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center offers professional training through its ACGME-accredited Adolescent Medicine Fellowship training program, resident and medical student electives, social work externships, and psychology internship and externship programs. Visit our Fellowship Training pages for an in-depth look at our adolescent medicine program.

Adolescent Medicine fellows are integral to the provision of medical services, and function as primary care providers under the direction of a supervising attending physician. In their service to clinical and community sites, our fellows care for adolescents at the school-based health centers and have the opportunity to participate in the care of college women at the Barnard College Student Health Center, a part of the Columbia University system.

The Division of Adolescent Medicine plays an active role in patient care and teaching on the general pediatrics inpatient unit at Mount Sinai Hospital. The Division also conducts clinical research in the areas of adolescent HIV and AIDS, the psychosocial aspects of sexual abuse in adolescents, reproductive health, human papilloma virus transmission, and foster care youth.

Fellowship Training Program

The Adolescent Medicine Fellowship program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai trains physicians to serve as leaders in adolescent medicine. Our three-year fellowship is certified by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and provides physicians with the skills they need to become expert clinicians, educators, researchers, and advocates.

Learn more about our Fellowship Training Program here

Meet the Faculty

Angela Diaz, MD, PhD, MPH
Chief, Division of Adolescent Medicine
Director, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

Anne Nucci-Sack, MD
Medical Director,Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

Caroline J. Barangan, MD
Fellowship Training Director
Deputy Medical Director, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

John Steever, MD
Director of Special Programs

Lonna Gordon, MD

Janet Lee, MD

Martha Arden, MD
Medical Director, School-Based Health Centers

Matthew Oransky, PhD

Linda Olszewski, PsyD