Nurses Week

Manage your Healthcare Online

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  • 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

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.

Live & Let Live: Paul & Jeremy’s Living Organ Donor Story

Finding a hero becomes a matter of life & death. Paul’s liver was failing. He needed a hero. Jeremy channeled his inner superhero into a force for greater good. See their story and others >

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 2021-2022

Montefiore Wakefield Hospital Earns Prestigious Magnet® Designation for Nursing Excellence

Montefiore Wakefield Hospital Earns Prestigious Magnet® Designation for Nursing Excellence

We’re honored to announce that Montefiore Wakefield Hospital has earned the prestigious Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) making it the FIRST and ONLY Magnet-designated hospital in the Bronx! The extraordinary efforts of our nursing teams also earned Montefiore Wakefield an astounding six Exemplars recognizing the highest level of excellence in specific areas of nursing.

"This Magnet® recognition shines a spotlight on the passion, knowledge, and hard work our nurses bring to our patients day in and day out. The team at Wakefield earned this achievement." – Philip O. Ozuah, MD, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Montefiore Medicine. Learn more >

Montefiore Einstein Global Response Fund: Relief for Ukraine

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Montefiore and Einstein is once again partnering with the Afya Foundation, a humanitarian organization that delivers medical supplies to global communities in need. With the Greater New York Hospital Association, we coordinated a large donation of medical supplies from Montefiore to assist in their humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. As the crisis continues in Ukraine, Montefiore and the Afya Foundation are supporting the Ukrainian medical community and refugees. Learn more and donate to our Global Response Fund: Relief for Ukraine >

Early Detection of Alzheimer’s May Be Possible with a Simple Memory Test

Early Detection of Alzheimer’s May Be Possible with a Simple Memory Test

In a large study of cognitively normal older adults, results from a simple memory test correlated closely with the early presence of toxic brain proteins that appear to cause Alzheimer’s disease. The test, developed by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, could potentially identify people in the very first stages of Alzheimer’s—before dementia is diagnosable—and help in selecting those especially likely to benefit from therapies. The findings were published in the journal Neurology. Learn more >

Future Perfect: Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Celebrates 20 Years

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Future Perfect is at the soul of the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) and Einstein.  It’s at the heart of our commitment to create the perfect future for every child.  Doing everything in our power for them undergirds every commitment, from the great to the small, as we push the boundaries of medical care and science.  Always with an eye to the future, CHAM is a lifesaving launchpad, lifting every child toward their own perfect future. Watch now >

Montefiore Medical Group School Health Program Provides Mental Health Services in Bronx Schools

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Students in the Bronx will now be able to easily access mental health services right at their schools, thanks to our Montefiore Medical Group School Health Program. Students can meet with a psychologist and, if needed, have access to a psychiatrist, social worker and family support worker. Dr. Delaney Gracy explains, these are critical services that could normalize getting help during a time when many young people are going through hardship and isolation because of the pandemic. Watch >

Accredited again for quality care: Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center

Listen to the Podcast Gaining National Attention About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center has again been recognized with Three-Year Accreditation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons. This honor reflects Montefiore-Einstein's outstanding clinical care, ground-breaking research, unparalleled social and emotional support, and positive outcomes for patients. 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 >

STAY STRONG: Colorectal Cancer Screening: COVID-SAFE and When It Is Important

Colorectal Cancer Screening: COVID-SAFE and When It Is Important

Why is it important to get screened for colorectal cancer? Dr. Alia Hasham, Director of the Colorectal Cancer Screening Program and Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology at Montefiore-Einstein, discusses colorectal cancer symptoms, how to reduce your risk, the different types of COVID-SAFE screening options available and what to know about screenings during the COVID-19 era. Watch Dr. Hasham’s StayStrong video, “Colorectal Cancer Screening: COVID-SAFE and When It Is Important,” part of the Montefiore Einstein Stay Strong series.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Expanded Screening Offerings

Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Expanded Screening Offerings

Montefiore Einstein’s Dr. Darlene A. LeFrancois, Professor, Department of Medicine, joins BronxNet’s OPEN BxRx Tuesday to explain what colorectal cancer is and to underscore the importance of screening for everyone age 45 and older. Dr. LeFrancois talks about colonoscopies and our recently expanded stool-based test offerings, including at-home fecal immunochemical tests (FIT Tests), as screening options. Watch here >

Obesity and Diabetes Pose Risks for Children with COVID-19

Montefiore-Einstein researchers Dr. Jerry Chao, Pediatric Anesthesiologist, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and lead author, and senior author Dr. Michael Cabana, Physician-in-Chief, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, have found that children and adolescents with obesity or diabetes infected with COVID-19 face a higher hospitalization risk. Learn more >

Live & Let Live: Rebecca & Chris’s Living Organ Donor Story

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How one retired soldier saved four lives in a day. Rebecca had stage-three kidney failure. Chris, an Army veteran she’d never met, came to the rescue as her living organ donor and saved three other lives in the process. See their story and others >

Montefiore-Einstein Earns Recognition from the American Society of Transplantation’s Living Donor Circle of Excellence Program

American Society of Transplantation’s Living Donor Circle of Excellence Program

Montefiore-Einstein is proud to be a member of the American Society of Transplantation’s (AST) Living Donor Circle of Excellence program. The program recognizes companies that have policies in place to support the wages of a living donor employee who donates a kidney, or a part of their liver. Learn more about becoming a living organ donor at Montefiore-Einstein.

Montefiore is the First NYC Health System to Earn a National Distinction for Behavioral Health

NCQA Behavioral Health Integration Distinction

Montefiore received one of the nation's highest honors for treating behavioral needs in primary care settings from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).  Our primary care providers are addressing behavioral health, including COVID-19-related depression and anxiety, and improving care access, experience and patient outcomes. Read more >

Future Perfect: Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Celebrates 20 Years

gala-r.png

Future Perfect is at the soul of the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) and Einstein.  It’s at the heart of our commitment to create the perfect future for every child.  Doing everything in our power for them undergirds every commitment, from the great to the small, as we push the boundaries of medical care and science.  Always with an eye to the future, CHAM is a lifesaving launchpad, lifting every child toward their own perfect future. Watch now >

Montefiore Einstein Global Response Fund: Relief for Ukraine

1-delivery.png

Montefiore and Einstein is once again partnering with the Afya Foundation, a humanitarian organization that delivers medical supplies to global communities in need. With the Greater New York Hospital Association, we coordinated a large donation of medical supplies from Montefiore to assist in their humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. As the crisis continues in Ukraine, Montefiore and the Afya Foundation are supporting the Ukrainian medical community and refugees. Learn more and donate to our Global Response Fund: Relief for Ukraine >

Montefiore Medical Group School Health Program Provides Mental Health Services in Bronx Schools

mmg-shp.png

Students in the Bronx will now be able to easily access mental health services right at their schools, thanks to our Montefiore Medical Group School Health Program. Students can meet with a psychologist and, if needed, have access to a psychiatrist, social worker and family support worker. Dr. Delaney Gracy explains, these are critical services that could normalize getting help during a time when many young people are going through hardship and isolation because of the pandemic. Watch >

Montefiore Wakefield Hospital Earns Prestigious Magnet® Designation for Nursing Excellence

Montefiore Wakefield Hospital Earns Prestigious Magnet® Designation for Nursing Excellence

We’re honored to announce that Montefiore Wakefield Hospital has earned the prestigious Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) making it the FIRST and ONLY Magnet-designated hospital in the Bronx! The extraordinary efforts of our nursing teams also earned Montefiore Wakefield an astounding six Exemplars recognizing the highest level of excellence in specific areas of nursing.

"This Magnet® recognition shines a spotlight on the passion, knowledge, and hard work our nurses bring to our patients day in and day out. The team at Wakefield earned this achievement." – Philip O. Ozuah, MD, PhD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Montefiore Medicine. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein Earns Recognition from the American Society of Transplantation’s Living Donor Circle of Excellence Program

American Society of Transplantation’s Living Donor Circle of Excellence Program

Montefiore-Einstein is proud to be a member of the American Society of Transplantation’s (AST) Living Donor Circle of Excellence program. The program recognizes companies that have policies in place to support the wages of a living donor employee who donates a kidney, or a part of their liver. Learn more about becoming a living organ donor at Montefiore-Einstein.

Early Detection of Alzheimer’s May Be Possible with a Simple Memory Test

Early Detection of Alzheimer’s May Be Possible with a Simple Memory Test

In a large study of cognitively normal older adults, results from a simple memory test correlated closely with the early presence of toxic brain proteins that appear to cause Alzheimer’s disease. The test, developed by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, could potentially identify people in the very first stages of Alzheimer’s—before dementia is diagnosable—and help in selecting those especially likely to benefit from therapies. The findings were published in the journal Neurology. 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.

Obesity and Diabetes Pose Risks for Children with COVID-19

Montefiore-Einstein researchers Dr. Jerry Chao, Pediatric Anesthesiologist, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and lead author, and senior author Dr. Michael Cabana, Physician-in-Chief, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, have found that children and adolescents with obesity or diabetes infected with COVID-19 face a higher hospitalization risk. Learn more >

Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Expanded Screening Offerings

Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Expanded Screening Offerings

Montefiore Einstein’s Dr. Darlene A. LeFrancois, Professor, Department of Medicine, joins BronxNet’s OPEN BxRx Tuesday to explain what colorectal cancer is and to underscore the importance of screening for everyone age 45 and older. Dr. LeFrancois talks about colonoscopies and our recently expanded stool-based test offerings, including at-home fecal immunochemical tests (FIT Tests), as screening options. Watch here >

Accredited again for quality care: Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center

Listen to the Podcast Gaining National Attention About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Montefiore Einstein Cancer Center has again been recognized with Three-Year Accreditation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons. This honor reflects Montefiore-Einstein's outstanding clinical care, ground-breaking research, unparalleled social and emotional support, and positive outcomes for patients. 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 >

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

Live & Let Live: Paul & Jeremy’s Living Organ Donor Story

Finding a hero becomes a matter of life & death. Paul’s liver was failing. He needed a hero. Jeremy channeled his inner superhero into a force for greater good. See their story and others >

STAY STRONG: Colorectal Cancer Screening: COVID-SAFE and When It Is Important

Colorectal Cancer Screening: COVID-SAFE and When It Is Important

Why is it important to get screened for colorectal cancer? Dr. Alia Hasham, Director of the Colorectal Cancer Screening Program and Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology at Montefiore-Einstein, discusses colorectal cancer symptoms, how to reduce your risk, the different types of COVID-SAFE screening options available and what to know about screenings during the COVID-19 era. Watch Dr. Hasham’s StayStrong video, “Colorectal Cancer Screening: COVID-SAFE and When It Is Important,” part of the Montefiore Einstein Stay Strong series.

Montefiore is the First NYC Health System to Earn a National Distinction for Behavioral Health

NCQA Behavioral Health Integration Distinction

Montefiore received one of the nation's highest honors for treating behavioral needs in primary care settings from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).  Our primary care providers are addressing behavioral health, including COVID-19-related depression and anxiety, and improving care access, experience and patient outcomes. Read more >

Live & Let Live: Rebecca & Chris’s Living Organ Donor Story

LLLME_Static_Single_Rebecca_Chris_500x400.jpg

How one retired soldier saved four lives in a day. Rebecca had stage-three kidney failure. Chris, an Army veteran she’d never met, came to the rescue as her living organ donor and saved three other lives in the process. See their story and others >

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 2021-2022