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  • Schedule or request appointments
  • Send secure messages to your doctor
  • View and pay bills securely
  • Check test results
  • PreCheck-In for upcoming appointments

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COVID-19 Resource Center

Frequently Asked Questions

STAY STRONG: How and When to Seek Medical Attention for Heart Failure Symptoms in the Era of COVID-19

How and When to Seek Medical Attention for Heart Failure Symptoms in the Era of COVID-19

How and when should you seek medical attention for heart failure symptoms in the era of COVID-19? Dr. Leandro Slipczuk Bustamante, Director of Cardiac Imaging, Montefiore's Division of Cardiology, discusses signs and symptoms of heart failure and the importance of seeking medical care. Watch Dr. Bustamante’s StayStrong video, "How and When to Seek Medical Attention for Heart Failure Symptoms in the Era of COVID-19," part of the Montefiore-Einstein Stay Strong series.

Locations

Montefiore Health System is comprised of 10 member hospitals and more than 200 outpatient ambulatory care sites that provide coordinated, comprehensive care to patients and their families across the Bronx, Westchester and the Hudson Valley.

Find a location near you to get the care you need. 

Moses Campus

Children s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM)

Weiler Hospital (Einstein)

Wakefield Campus

Hutchinson Campus

Westchester Square

White Plains Hospital

Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

Montefiore New Rochelle

Montefiore Nyack Hospital

Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital

Montefiore Mount Vernon

Montefiore Medical Group

Awards & Recognition  View All

Nationally Ranked in Seven Specialties
Best Children's Hospitals 2022-2023

Notice of Privacy Incidents

Learn more about the unauthorized access to personal information

Dr. Ozuah Premieres “The Balance” on the YES Network

Dr. Ozuah Premieres The Balance

Dr. Philip O. Ozuah, President and CEO, Montefiore Medicine, premiered his first six episodes of “The Balance” on the new YES Network Well LIFE NYC show. Bringing together Montefiore Einstein experts, culture influencers and human stories from the real world, Dr. Ozuah takes us on a journey of health and wellness topics he knows are on people’s minds.

The first six episodes of “The Balance” can be viewed now. Stay tuned for new episodes soon! Watch now >

One of the Nation’s Best—Again

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Montefiore Einstein ranks as one of the nation's best—again—in U.S. News & World Report's rankings for 2022–2023, placing in the top 1% percent of hospitals for complex specialty care in cancer, cardiology & heart surgery, diabetes & endocrinology, geriatrics, neurology & neurosurgery, and obstetrics & gynecology. Our member hospitals continue their leadership in the region. Learn more >

CHAM Ranks Among Nation’s Best for 15 Years in a Row

CHAM Ranks Among Nation’s Best for 15 Years in a Row

U.S. News & World Report ranks Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) one of the best in the nation for the 15th year in a row with Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Nephrology, and Cancer ranking nationally. Learn more >

Free Breast Cancer Screenings in Yonkers with a Revolutionary, Radiation-Free Breast Imaging Device

handHeld_imaging_device.jpg

Montefiore Einstein clinicians are using a revolutionary new device to provide free, painless breast cancer screenings at the Yonkers Public Library—through a partnership between Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center and the Rotary Club of The Hudson Valley. The breast examination device, iBreastExam, is FDA-approved for early detection of breast cancer lesions. The screenings are being offered Saturdays, September 10 and 24 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Learn more >

Montefiore Einstein Successfully Performs the World's First HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Heart Transplant 

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The world’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive heart transplant has been successfully performed at Montefiore Einstein — one of only 25 centers in the U.S. eligible to offer this transformative surgery. The internationally renowned team performing the heart transplant was led by Ulrich P. Jorde, MD, Head of Heart Failure, Cardiac Transplantation & Mechanical Circulatory Support, Vice Chief, Cardiology; Daniel Goldstein, MD, Vice Chair, Cardiothoracic Surgery and Surgical Director, Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery, Cardiac Transplantation & Mechanical Assistance Programs; and Omar Saeed, MD, Attending Cardiologist. “...This surgery is a milestone in the history of organ donation and offers new hope to people who once had nowhere to turn,” said Ulrich P. Jorde, MD. Learn more >

Montefiore Einstein Advanced Care Opens in Westchester

Montefiore Einstein Advanced Care

With the opening of Montefiore Einstein Advanced Care, we are bringing advanced diagnostics and innovative treatments to more of Westchester. Our globally and locally renowned physicians and specialist teams are providing centralized, comprehensive care in more than a dozen specialties at our newest, state-of-the-art facility—redefining medical excellence, globally and locally, specializing in you. Learn more >

State-of-the-Art Bronchoscopy Suite Opens at Moses Campus

State-of-the-Art Bronchoscopy Suite

Montefiore Einstein’s new state-of-the-art bronchoscopy Bronchoscopy Suite — housed at the Montefiore Moses campus within the general endoscopy suite — is fully equipped with the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, which will have a major impact on screening for lung cancer and other lung diseases. Learn more >

Explaining Racial Differences in Breast Cancer Therapy Outcomes

Montefiore Einstein researchers may have found why Black women diagnosed with breast cancer generally have worse outcomes than white women. The difference is thought to result in part from Black women’s higher incidence of estrogen receptor (ER)–negative breast cancers, which often do not respond well to therapy. Learn more >

Monkeypox — What you need to know: Signs, Symptoms, and How to Protect Yourself

Monkeypox.jpg

As cases rise in in the New York metropolitan area during the current monkeypox outbreak, Montefiore Einstein’s outpatient Oval Center and Center for Positive Living/Infectious Diseases Clinic sites, directed by Barry S. Zingman, MD, are major sites for evaluation, testing, treatment and vaccination. Learn more or make an appointment >

Einstein Researchers Awarded $3.5 Million NIH Grant to Study Brain Changes Caused by COVID-19

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Montefiore Einstein researchers have been awarded a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the effects of COVID-19 on the brains of adults who had mild or asymptomatic infection. Using neuroimaging, cognitive and immunological tests, the investigators will examine if SARS-CoV-2 infection induces lasting changes in the brain and affects neurocognitive function. Learn more >

New York State Department of Health's #VaxForKids Initiative with Dr. Elaine Schulte

New York State Department of Health's #VaxForKids Initiative with Dr. Elaine Schulte

"Every single member of my family is fully vaccinated and boosted," said Dr. Elaine Schulte, Pediatrician, the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. Featured in the latest component of the New York State Department of Health's #VaxForKids initiative, led by Governor Kathy Hochul, Dr. Schulte joins pediatricians across NY to educate about COVID-19 vaccine safety and help increase COVID-19 vaccination rates among children. New Yorkers can visit vaccines.gov, text their ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find nearby vaccination locations. Visit here to learn more and schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment for you or your child at Montefiore Einstein. Watch the video with Dr. Schulte >

Research Reveals Secrets of Baffling but All-Too-Common Type of Diabetes

Research Reveals Secrets of Baffling but All-Too-Common Type of Diabetes

Montefiore Einstein researchers have shown that a mysterious form of diabetes known as malnutrition-related diabetes is significantly different metabolically from T1D and T2D and should be considered a distinct type of the disease—a crucial step toward finding effective treatments. Learn more >

COVID-19 Vaccination

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, find a walk-in location or schedule the first dose of your vaccination online. If you need assistance, please call our hotline at 1-844-444-CV19 (1-844-444-2819) and select option 1. Learn more >

State-of-the-Art Bronchoscopy Suite Opens at Moses Campus

State-of-the-Art Bronchoscopy Suite

Montefiore Einstein’s new state-of-the-art bronchoscopy Bronchoscopy Suite — housed at the Montefiore Moses campus within the general endoscopy suite — is fully equipped with the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, which will have a major impact on screening for lung cancer and other lung diseases. Learn more >

One of the Nation’s Best—Again

MKTG_USNews_1200x628_Post_6Specialties_2022-3.jpg

Montefiore Einstein ranks as one of the nation's best—again—in U.S. News & World Report's rankings for 2022–2023, placing in the top 1% percent of hospitals for complex specialty care in cancer, cardiology & heart surgery, diabetes & endocrinology, geriatrics, neurology & neurosurgery, and obstetrics & gynecology. Our member hospitals continue their leadership in the region. Learn more >

Montefiore Einstein Successfully Performs the World's First HIV-Positive to HIV-Positive Heart Transplant 

HIV_to_HIV_Heart_Transplant.jpg

The world’s first HIV-positive to HIV-positive heart transplant has been successfully performed at Montefiore Einstein — one of only 25 centers in the U.S. eligible to offer this transformative surgery. The internationally renowned team performing the heart transplant was led by Ulrich P. Jorde, MD, Head of Heart Failure, Cardiac Transplantation & Mechanical Circulatory Support, Vice Chief, Cardiology; Daniel Goldstein, MD, Vice Chair, Cardiothoracic Surgery and Surgical Director, Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery, Cardiac Transplantation & Mechanical Assistance Programs; and Omar Saeed, MD, Attending Cardiologist. “...This surgery is a milestone in the history of organ donation and offers new hope to people who once had nowhere to turn,” said Ulrich P. Jorde, MD. Learn more >

CHAM Ranks Among Nation’s Best for 15 Years in a Row

CHAM Ranks Among Nation’s Best for 15 Years in a Row

U.S. News & World Report ranks Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) one of the best in the nation for the 15th year in a row with Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Nephrology, and Cancer ranking nationally. Learn more >

Montefiore Einstein Advanced Care Opens in Westchester

Montefiore Einstein Advanced Care

With the opening of Montefiore Einstein Advanced Care, we are bringing advanced diagnostics and innovative treatments to more of Westchester. Our globally and locally renowned physicians and specialist teams are providing centralized, comprehensive care in more than a dozen specialties at our newest, state-of-the-art facility—redefining medical excellence, globally and locally, specializing in you. Learn more >

Explaining Racial Differences in Breast Cancer Therapy Outcomes

Montefiore Einstein researchers may have found why Black women diagnosed with breast cancer generally have worse outcomes than white women. The difference is thought to result in part from Black women’s higher incidence of estrogen receptor (ER)–negative breast cancers, which often do not respond well to therapy. Learn more >

STAY STRONG: How and When to Seek Medical Attention for Heart Failure Symptoms in the Era of COVID-19

How and When to Seek Medical Attention for Heart Failure Symptoms in the Era of COVID-19

How and when should you seek medical attention for heart failure symptoms in the era of COVID-19? Dr. Leandro Slipczuk Bustamante, Director of Cardiac Imaging, Montefiore's Division of Cardiology, discusses signs and symptoms of heart failure and the importance of seeking medical care. Watch Dr. Bustamante’s StayStrong video, "How and When to Seek Medical Attention for Heart Failure Symptoms in the Era of COVID-19," part of the Montefiore-Einstein Stay Strong series.

Free Breast Cancer Screenings in Yonkers with a Revolutionary, Radiation-Free Breast Imaging Device

handHeld_imaging_device.jpg

Montefiore Einstein clinicians are using a revolutionary new device to provide free, painless breast cancer screenings at the Yonkers Public Library—through a partnership between Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center and the Rotary Club of The Hudson Valley. The breast examination device, iBreastExam, is FDA-approved for early detection of breast cancer lesions. The screenings are being offered Saturdays, September 10 and 24 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Learn more >

Manage your Healthcare Online

MyChart-Panel.png

  • Have face-to-face video appointments with your doctor
  • Schedule or request appointments
  • Send secure messages to your doctor
  • View and pay bills securely
  • Check test results
  • PreCheck-In for upcoming appointments

Learn More >

COVID-19 Resource Center

Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 Vaccination

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, find a walk-in location or schedule the first dose of your vaccination online. If you need assistance, please call our hotline at 1-844-444-CV19 (1-844-444-2819) and select option 1. Learn more >

Dr. Ozuah Premieres “The Balance” on the YES Network

Dr. Ozuah Premieres The Balance

Dr. Philip O. Ozuah, President and CEO, Montefiore Medicine, premiered his first six episodes of “The Balance” on the new YES Network Well LIFE NYC show. Bringing together Montefiore Einstein experts, culture influencers and human stories from the real world, Dr. Ozuah takes us on a journey of health and wellness topics he knows are on people’s minds.

The first six episodes of “The Balance” can be viewed now. Stay tuned for new episodes soon! Watch now >

New York State Department of Health's #VaxForKids Initiative with Dr. Elaine Schulte

New York State Department of Health's #VaxForKids Initiative with Dr. Elaine Schulte

"Every single member of my family is fully vaccinated and boosted," said Dr. Elaine Schulte, Pediatrician, the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. Featured in the latest component of the New York State Department of Health's #VaxForKids initiative, led by Governor Kathy Hochul, Dr. Schulte joins pediatricians across NY to educate about COVID-19 vaccine safety and help increase COVID-19 vaccination rates among children. New Yorkers can visit vaccines.gov, text their ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find nearby vaccination locations. Visit here to learn more and schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment for you or your child at Montefiore Einstein. Watch the video with Dr. Schulte >

Research Reveals Secrets of Baffling but All-Too-Common Type of Diabetes

Research Reveals Secrets of Baffling but All-Too-Common Type of Diabetes

Montefiore Einstein researchers have shown that a mysterious form of diabetes known as malnutrition-related diabetes is significantly different metabolically from T1D and T2D and should be considered a distinct type of the disease—a crucial step toward finding effective treatments. Learn more >

Monkeypox — What you need to know: Signs, Symptoms, and How to Protect Yourself

Monkeypox.jpg

As cases rise in in the New York metropolitan area during the current monkeypox outbreak, Montefiore Einstein’s outpatient Oval Center and Center for Positive Living/Infectious Diseases Clinic sites, directed by Barry S. Zingman, MD, are major sites for evaluation, testing, treatment and vaccination. Learn more or make an appointment >

Einstein Researchers Awarded $3.5 Million NIH Grant to Study Brain Changes Caused by COVID-19

brain-scan.jpg

Montefiore Einstein researchers have been awarded a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the effects of COVID-19 on the brains of adults who had mild or asymptomatic infection. Using neuroimaging, cognitive and immunological tests, the investigators will examine if SARS-CoV-2 infection induces lasting changes in the brain and affects neurocognitive function. Learn more >

Locations

Montefiore Health System is comprised of 10 member hospitals and more than 200 outpatient ambulatory care sites that provide coordinated, comprehensive care to patients and their families across the Bronx, Westchester and the Hudson Valley.

Find a location near you to get the care you need. 

Moses Campus

Children s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM)

Weiler Hospital (Einstein)

Wakefield Campus

Hutchinson Campus

Westchester Square

White Plains Hospital

Burke Rehabilitation Hospital

Montefiore New Rochelle

Montefiore Nyack Hospital

Montefiore St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital

Montefiore Mount Vernon

Montefiore Medical Group

Awards & Recognition  View All

Nationally Ranked in Seven Specialties
Best Children's Hospitals 2022-2023

Notice of Privacy Incidents

Learn more about the unauthorized access to personal information