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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

Learn More >

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy at Montefiore May Benefit Those at Risk for Severe COVID-19

GettyImages-1191008452-572x334.jpg

Studies show that when monoclonal antibodies are given intravenously to high-risk people diagnosed early with COVID-19, they may prevent them from experiencing severe symptoms that lead to hospitalizations. Montefiore currently offers monoclonal antibody therapy at our infusion suite. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein Study Finds Most People with Cancer Should be Prioritized for COVID-19 Vaccinations

covid-cancer.jpg

The findings, published online in Nature Cancer, may lead to better care for cancer patients, who face a heightened risk of dying from COVID-19, and suggests that cancer patients should respond well to COVID-19 vaccines. Read more >

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Edward Chu talks to “The Cancer Letter”

Edward Chu, MD

Montefiore-Einstein’s Edward Chu, MD, MMS, discusses his new roles as Director of the National Cancer Institute-designated Albert Einstein Cancer Center and Vice President for Cancer Medicine at Montefiore Medicine and how cancer research and care will be integrated in the future. Read more >

Montefiore-Einstein Talks to the NY Times About How Children Fight Off COVID-19

Montefiore-Einstein Talks to the NY Times About How Children Fight Off COVID-19

Betsy Herold, Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Vice Chair for Pediatric Research at Montefiore and Einstein, speaks to the NY Times about her new research that may help explain why COVID-19 affects kids less severely. Learn more >

Locations

Montefiore Health System is comprised of 15 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

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Best Chiildrens Hospitals 2018-2019

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

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

Dr. Philip O. Ozuah, President and CEO, Montefiore Medicine, answers questions about the vaccine on ESPN.  As Michael Kay announced on his podcast yesterday:  “I have never on social media seen total unanimity that I’m glad you guys had him on because he really helped educate us.”  Listen >

Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Online

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and you are 18+ years old, you can schedule the first dose of your COVID-19 vaccination online. If you would like to schedule for a 16 or 17-year-old, or if you need assistance, please call our hotline at 1-844-444-CV19 (1-844-444-2819) and select option 1.

STAY STRONG: Creating Hope for Kids in the Era of COVID-19

Montefiore's Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychology, Dr. Sandra Pimentel, offers ways to build hope for kids, including what we can do to manage the negative information about COVID-19 and how to find the positive that is hopeful. Dr. Pimentel also explains the important role of gratitude. Watch now >

Physical Therapy After COVID-19 Led to Lower Incidence of Mortality

Phys-Therapy-After-Covid.jpg

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Anne Felicia Ambrose, MS, Director of Research and Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, speaks to Healio about preliminary research findings that demonstrate the benefits of physical therapy for patients with COVID-19. Read more >

Empire BlueCross BlueShield & Montefiore's New Agreement Focuses on Improving Community Health

Montefiore announces a new agreement with Empire BlueCross BlueShield that focuses on improving community health and access to quality healthcare for people throughout New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley. Learn more >

Montefiore and Einstein Awarded $111 Million NIH Grant to Prevent and Treat HIV-Associated Cancers

The unfortunate consequence for people living with HIV is an increased risk of cancer. Montefiore and Einstein will lead the AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC), dedicated to the prevention and treatment of HIV-related cancers. Learn more >

New Study & Recommendation for Statin Use in Diabetics with COVID-19

Ulrich P. Jorde, MD

Montefiore-Einstein’s Ulrich P. Jorde, MD, Vice Chief, Division of Cardiology, senior author of the study shares principal finding that statin use was associated with a dramatically reduced risk of death from COVID-19 in hospitalized patients with diabetes. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein's Dr. Barry Zingman Speaks to News12BX About COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

Dr. Zingman, Clinical Director, Infectious Diseases and Professor of Medicine, Montefiore-Einstein discusses the health system's efforts to ensure communities hit hardest by COVID-19 - people of color, health care workers, and people over 65 - are included in the AstraZeneca vaccine trial. Watch the full segment >

Montefiore-Einstein's COVID-19 Remembrance Ceremony 2021

Montefiore-Einstein's COVID-19 Remembrance Ceremony 2021

Montefiore-Einstein’s live-stream COVID-19 Remembrance Ceremony 2021: In honor of those lost and those who come together, every day, to heal New York. The ceremony is hosted by Dr. Philip O. Ozuah, President and CEO of Montefiore Medicine, and features performances by Jon Batiste, Orchestra of the Bronx, Every Voice Choirs and Sing Harlem from Mama Foundation for the Arts, with special guests, Montefiore-Einstein’s healthcare heroes.  
Watch now >

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 >

914INC.: A Q&A with Montefiore Medicine's CEO Dr. Philip Ozuah

Q&A with Montefiore Medicine's CEO Dr. Philip Ozuah

Dr. Philip O. Ozuah discusses healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, his goals for Montefiore Health System, and thoughts on Westchester with 914INC magazine.

Read the full interview on page 14 >

Dr. Sharma Speaks to US News About COVID-19 and Signs & Symptoms of Infant Heart Failure

Dr. Sharma Speaks to US News About COVID-19 and Signs & Symptoms of Infant Heart Failure

An infant diagnosed with COVID19 showed signs of reversible heart injury and heart failure, according to a new case report by lead author Dr. Madhu Sharma, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore. Read more >

Montefiore-Einstein received over $223 million in NIH Funding in 2020, Largest Annual Total in Institution's History

Among the major grants awarded were those to lead international consortiums to study pre-dementia and Alzheimer’s disease; Einstein’s Diabetes Research Center, a range of research projects including biology of aging, adolescent depression, and cancer in addition to nearly $10 million in grants and sub-contracts for COVID-related research. Read more >

Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients with Altered Mental Status or Stroke and In-Hospital Mortality Risk

A study led by Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Emad Nader Eskandar shows there’s a higher risk for in-hospital mortality, independent of COVID-19 disease severity, for hospitalized COVID-19 patients with altered mental status or stroke upon admission. Read more >

STAY STRONG Parenting: Cultivating Gratitude to Give Meaning in Challenging Times

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Montefiore's Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychology, Dr. Sandra Pimentel, discusses how gratitude can give meaning in challenging times and provides ways to cultivate gratitude with kids and as families. Watch now >

What We Know About COVID-19 Long Haulers

Aluko Hope, MD

Dr. Aluko Hope, Co-director, COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic and Associate Professor, Montefiore-Einstein, speaks to NPR about coronavirus "long-haulers," and the prolonged or new symptoms that may occur months after getting COVID-19. Learn more >

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

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

Dr. Philip O. Ozuah, President and CEO, Montefiore Medicine, answers questions about the vaccine on ESPN.  As Michael Kay announced on his podcast yesterday:  “I have never on social media seen total unanimity that I’m glad you guys had him on because he really helped educate us.”  Listen >

Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Online

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and you are 18+ years old, you can schedule the first dose of your COVID-19 vaccination online. If you would like to schedule for a 16 or 17-year-old, or if you need assistance, please call our hotline at 1-844-444-CV19 (1-844-444-2819) and select option 1.

STAY STRONG: Creating Hope for Kids in the Era of COVID-19

Montefiore's Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychology, Dr. Sandra Pimentel, offers ways to build hope for kids, including what we can do to manage the negative information about COVID-19 and how to find the positive that is hopeful. Dr. Pimentel also explains the important role of gratitude. Watch now >

Physical Therapy After COVID-19 Led to Lower Incidence of Mortality

Phys-Therapy-After-Covid.jpg

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Anne Felicia Ambrose, MS, Director of Research and Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, speaks to Healio about preliminary research findings that demonstrate the benefits of physical therapy for patients with COVID-19. Read more >

Montefiore-Einstein's COVID-19 Remembrance Ceremony 2021

Montefiore-Einstein's COVID-19 Remembrance Ceremony 2021

Montefiore-Einstein’s live-stream COVID-19 Remembrance Ceremony 2021: In honor of those lost and those who come together, every day, to heal New York. The ceremony is hosted by Dr. Philip O. Ozuah, President and CEO of Montefiore Medicine, and features performances by Jon Batiste, Orchestra of the Bronx, Every Voice Choirs and Sing Harlem from Mama Foundation for the Arts, with special guests, Montefiore-Einstein’s healthcare heroes.  
Watch now >

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 >

Manage your Healthcare Online

MyChart-Panel.png

  • 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 >

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy at Montefiore May Benefit Those at Risk for Severe COVID-19

GettyImages-1191008452-572x334.jpg

Studies show that when monoclonal antibodies are given intravenously to high-risk people diagnosed early with COVID-19, they may prevent them from experiencing severe symptoms that lead to hospitalizations. Montefiore currently offers monoclonal antibody therapy at our infusion suite. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein Study Finds Most People with Cancer Should be Prioritized for COVID-19 Vaccinations

covid-cancer.jpg

The findings, published online in Nature Cancer, may lead to better care for cancer patients, who face a heightened risk of dying from COVID-19, and suggests that cancer patients should respond well to COVID-19 vaccines. Read more >

Empire BlueCross BlueShield & Montefiore's New Agreement Focuses on Improving Community Health

Montefiore announces a new agreement with Empire BlueCross BlueShield that focuses on improving community health and access to quality healthcare for people throughout New York City, Westchester and the Hudson Valley. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Edward Chu talks to “The Cancer Letter”

Edward Chu, MD

Montefiore-Einstein’s Edward Chu, MD, MMS, discusses his new roles as Director of the National Cancer Institute-designated Albert Einstein Cancer Center and Vice President for Cancer Medicine at Montefiore Medicine and how cancer research and care will be integrated in the future. Read more >

Montefiore and Einstein Awarded $111 Million NIH Grant to Prevent and Treat HIV-Associated Cancers

The unfortunate consequence for people living with HIV is an increased risk of cancer. Montefiore and Einstein will lead the AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC), dedicated to the prevention and treatment of HIV-related cancers. Learn more >

Dr. Sharma Speaks to US News About COVID-19 and Signs & Symptoms of Infant Heart Failure

Dr. Sharma Speaks to US News About COVID-19 and Signs & Symptoms of Infant Heart Failure

An infant diagnosed with COVID19 showed signs of reversible heart injury and heart failure, according to a new case report by lead author Dr. Madhu Sharma, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore. Read more >

New Study & Recommendation for Statin Use in Diabetics with COVID-19

Ulrich P. Jorde, MD

Montefiore-Einstein’s Ulrich P. Jorde, MD, Vice Chief, Division of Cardiology, senior author of the study shares principal finding that statin use was associated with a dramatically reduced risk of death from COVID-19 in hospitalized patients with diabetes. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein's Dr. Barry Zingman Speaks to News12BX About COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

Dr. Zingman, Clinical Director, Infectious Diseases and Professor of Medicine, Montefiore-Einstein discusses the health system's efforts to ensure communities hit hardest by COVID-19 - people of color, health care workers, and people over 65 - are included in the AstraZeneca vaccine trial. Watch the full segment >

914INC.: A Q&A with Montefiore Medicine's CEO Dr. Philip Ozuah

Q&A with Montefiore Medicine's CEO Dr. Philip Ozuah

Dr. Philip O. Ozuah discusses healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, his goals for Montefiore Health System, and thoughts on Westchester with 914INC magazine.

Read the full interview on page 14 >

Montefiore-Einstein received over $223 million in NIH Funding in 2020, Largest Annual Total in Institution's History

Among the major grants awarded were those to lead international consortiums to study pre-dementia and Alzheimer’s disease; Einstein’s Diabetes Research Center, a range of research projects including biology of aging, adolescent depression, and cancer in addition to nearly $10 million in grants and sub-contracts for COVID-related research. Read more >

Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients with Altered Mental Status or Stroke and In-Hospital Mortality Risk

A study led by Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Emad Nader Eskandar shows there’s a higher risk for in-hospital mortality, independent of COVID-19 disease severity, for hospitalized COVID-19 patients with altered mental status or stroke upon admission. Read more >

STAY STRONG Parenting: Cultivating Gratitude to Give Meaning in Challenging Times

112_Parenting_ Cultivating Gratitude To Give Meaning In Challenging Times  1920x1080b_0.jpg

Montefiore's Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychology, Dr. Sandra Pimentel, discusses how gratitude can give meaning in challenging times and provides ways to cultivate gratitude with kids and as families. Watch now >

Montefiore-Einstein Talks to the NY Times About How Children Fight Off COVID-19

Montefiore-Einstein Talks to the NY Times About How Children Fight Off COVID-19

Betsy Herold, Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Vice Chair for Pediatric Research at Montefiore and Einstein, speaks to the NY Times about her new research that may help explain why COVID-19 affects kids less severely. Learn more >

What We Know About COVID-19 Long Haulers

Aluko Hope, MD

Dr. Aluko Hope, Co-director, COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic and Associate Professor, Montefiore-Einstein, speaks to NPR about coronavirus "long-haulers," and the prolonged or new symptoms that may occur months after getting COVID-19. Learn more >

Locations

Montefiore Health System is comprised of 15 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