Mount Sinai Calm provides Health System employees with self-care, stress management, and relaxation classes. For a full listing of yoga, Pilates, meditation, and other Mount Sinai Calm offerings, click here. For more information about Mount Sinai Calm, email email@example.com.
Mount Sinai employees now have access to a variety of free online curricula in LGBT patient-centered care to meet the training requirements for renewal of each facility’s Leadership Status on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s LGBT Health Equality Index. The trainings are available in two places: through The Center for Affiliated Learning (the CAL) and through the National LGBT Health Education Center at the Fenway Institute. For more information, contact Barbara Warren at 646-605-8279, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Project HEED workshops are designed to empower participants to take control of their own health by giving them the information they need to make healthy choices. Participants learn skills like how to read food labels and measure their food portions, and how to incorporate a little exercise into their daily routine.
If you would like to learn more about our workshops, please contact us at: 212-659-9552 or email@example.com
The goals of the program are to improve participants’ lifestyles by increasing physical activities, improving healthy eating habits and improving emotional well-beings.
The program includes physical activity class 2 days a week, nutrition classes once a week, and support groups 2 days a week.
This program is open to Adolescent Health Center patients. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For any faculty or staff member considering a Family Medical Leave of Absence (FMLA) as it relates to maternity leave. Learn about the law, your benefits and entitlements and how it all comes together.
To RSVP and obtain information about locations, please e-mail email@example.com
All kids should develop the lifelong habits necessary to promote health and learning. Help your children– and your whole family – eat healthy and stay physically active. The healthy habits your child develops now can and should last a lifetime. This is especially true for toddlers.
The Mount Sinai Queens Breast Health program provides comprehensive clinical breast exams and mammograms to women 40 years of age and older. There is no charge to eligible patients. The screening is presented with support from The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc., with educational support provided by SHAREing & CAREing, a non-profit organization that provides support to cancer patients.
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