Calendar

August 2019

  • MATERNITY TOUR: Mount Sinai West

    Tuesdays at 6:30pm Mount Sinai West, Main Lobby

    We want you to be confident that you will have a warm, comfortable setting for labor, delivery, and recovery.

    Knowing what to expect when it comes time for labor and delivery can ease any anxiety you may have about the birth process, especially if this is your first baby. Expectant parents, this complete maternity experience will guide you through what to expect from your first steps into the hospital until you leave our maternity unit with your beautiful baby.

    Free, for adults only, convenient tours of all the obstetrics facilities at Mount Sinai West, including the Labor and Delivery Suite and the Postpartum Suites, are available twice a week, on weeknights.

    It is extremely rare for tours to be cancelled, but if extreme weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances occur, there will be a message posted by 4pm day of the tour.

    No registration required.  Tours begin promptly from the Main Lobby.  The tour hostess will meet guests on the right side of the Main Lobby .  We respectfully request you to arrive 10 minutes early.  Tour length is approximately 2 hours.

  • Free Yoga Classes

    Mount Sinai Calm offers free yoga classes for staff, faculty, and students. Registration is not required and mats are provided. Specific locations and times are listed here. To join the weekly Yoga update, email mountsinaiyogaprogram@gmail.com or 4CALM@mountsinai.org.

  • ICARE

    The ICARE Team is a peer support program for health care workers who have experienced a stressful work-related event, usually clinical in nature. It is now available throughout the Mount Sinai Health System. Employees seeking support through the ICARE Team should click here.

  • GRADUATE PROGRAM IN PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION SESSIONS

    Interested in a career in public health? Learn more about the Master of Public Health (MPH) and Advanced Certificate Programs at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Attend an on-campus or virtual information session to gain valuable insight into the admissions process and discover how an advanced degree in public health can prepare trainees for roles in public health research, practice, and leadership.

  • English as a Second Language

    Classes are designed to improve written and conversational English with special attention paid to vocabulary, pronunciation, idioms, listening skills, writing, and grammar usage. Complete an assessment on Mondays at 19 East 98th Street anytime between 10:30 am and 3 pm. Call 212-241-1944 for more information.