Live and Let Live

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 Long-Haul Updates

Dr. Marjan Islam, Co-director of the COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Marjan Islam, Co-director of the COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic, recently joined the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC to share the latest in COVID-19 long-hauler symptoms. Listen >

Montefiore-Einstein Receives Grant to Help Improve HIV Rates Among LGBTQ Youth

Dr. Barry Zingman, Medical Director, AIDS Center, and Clinical Director, Infectious Diseases (Moses Campus), and Oval Center-Center for Positive Living, Montefiore-Einstein, joins BronxNetTV to discuss Montefiore's grant to help improve HIV and AIDS rates among LGBTQ youth in the Bronx. Watch here >

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 >

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 Respond Well to 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 >

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

MECC Prostate Cancer Screening Event

Register now for our FREE Prostate Cancer Screening Event on Saturday, September 25, 2021 10:00 am–2:00 pm, 899 Elton Avenue Bronx, New York 10451. Register today by calling; 646-921-3007Learn more >

Research Examines Healthcare Transportation Challenges and Chronic Health Conditions

Dr. Kevin Fiori, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Family and Social Medicine, and Director, Social Determinants of Health, Community & Population Health

A new study led by Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Kevin Fiori, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Family and Social Medicine, and Director, Social Determinants of Health, Community & Population Health, found that healthcare transportation challenges are strongly associated with chronic health conditions like depression, asthma and diabetes. Learn more >

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 >

Addressing Parents’ Concerns About the COVID-19 Vaccine & Heart Muscle Inflammation in Children

Dr. Daphne Hsu, Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Montefiore-Einstein

Montefiore-Einstein’s Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Dr. Daphne Hsu, discusses the evidence which continues to favor COVID-19 vaccination in children and young adults despite the risks. Read more >.

Einstein Receives Full Middle States Accreditation

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

A historic milestone for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine: The Middle States Commission on Higher Education voted to grant Einstein full independent accreditation for all its doctoral, masters, and certificate programs. Learn more >

U.S. News & World Report Designates Children’s Hospital at Montefiore One of Nation’s Best

U.S. News & World Report Designates Children’s Hospital at Montefiore One of Nation’s Best

For the 14th year in a row, the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s best pediatric hospitals. In the 2021-2022 Best Children's Hospitals list, Neonatology, Pediatric Cancer and Gastroenterology & GI Surgery rank among the top 20 programs in the country, and Nephrology and Neurology & Neurosurgery are in the top 50. Learn more >

Coronavirus Variants: Why Not to Panic

Kartik Chandran, PhD, Professor, Microbiology & Immunology and the Harold and Muriel Block Scholar in Virology at Einstein, explains to MIT Technology Review that despite the many variants of COVID-19, the virus has not fundamentally changed, and stresses the importance of using the current effective vaccines to control the pandemic. Read here >

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Sophie Balk Discusses Insect Repellent for Kids & Infants

walking-in-woods.jpg

Sophie Balk, MD, attending pediatrician, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, provides advice on which insect repellents are appropriate for kids and infants. Read 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: Behavioral Addiction During the Era of COVID-19

How is behavioral addiction affected and manifested during the era of COVID-19?Dr. Howard Forman, Montefiore’s Director of Addiction Consultation Service, describes the impact the pandemic has on those with behavioral addiction, why many people are developing behavioral addiction, and shares what help is available. Watch Dr. Forman’s #StayStrong video, “Behavioral Addiction During the Era of COVID-19” 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 >

Einstein Awarded $5 Million for Research on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Einstein Awarded $5 Million for Research on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Albert Einstein College of Medicine received a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center to sustain and deepen collaborations between Einstein scientists and clinicians at Montefiore aimed at improving the care and treatment of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including those stemming from rare diseases. Learn more >

A Doctor’s Commitment to 9/11 First Responders

9-11 First Responders

Three 9/11 first responders recount their experiences at the World Trade Center on the day of the attacks and the health challenges that followed. Montefiore-Einstein’s David Prezant, MD, Chief Medical Officer, FDNY, along with firefighters Capt. Al Fuentes and Lt. Terrence Jordan, discuss their critical roles in the rescue efforts at "Ground Zero." Watch here >

Einstein Students Place 2nd in Global Health Competition

Einstein Students Place 2nd in Global Health Competition

Three medical students at Albert Einstein College of Medicine—Andrew Brook, Chetali Jain, and Scott Wilson—were part of a team that placed second among 52 university and college groups representing 15 countries in the 2021 Emory Morningside Global Health Case Competition. Congratulations! The annual event challenges teams of college and graduate students to develop hypothetical solutions that address a real-world global health issue. Learn more >

Coronavirus Delta & Lambda Variants

covid variants

Dr. Eric Meyerowitz, Infectious Disease Specialist for Montefiore Medical Group joined BronxNet TV "OPEN" to discuss the Delta variant and why we’re seeing so many variants. Watch here >

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 >

How mRNA Vaccines Work & How Often We May Need a Vaccine

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Priya Nori, Infectious Disease Specialist, joins “The Back Story” podcast to discuss how mRNA vaccines work and how often we may need to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Listen here >

COVID-19 Vaccine Myths + Vaccinating Kids

Dr. Margaret Aldrich, Director, Pediatric Infection Control, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, recently joined BronxNet TV to discuss the latest information on Vaccinating Kids as the in-person school year begins and to debunk some COVID-19 Vaccine myths. Watch here >

Children's Hospital at Montefiore's Dr. Suzette Oyeku Speaks to NBC about Vaccinations and CDC Guidance for Children

dr-oyeku-masks.png

Suzette Oyeku, MD, MPH, Chief, Academic General Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, recently spoke with Kristen Dahlgren of NBCNews regarding what parents should know about protecting young children now that older children are eligible for vaccinations and the CDC has issued new guidance on masks. Watch here >

Summer High School Research Program: Building the Future of Science & Medicine

autism-awareness-month.jpg

The Montefiore-Einstein Summer High School Research Program, led by Drs. Amy Fox, Vice Chair for Clinical Research and Faculty Affairs, Pathology, Montefiore-Einstein, and Victoria Freedman, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is inspiring Bronx high school students to pursue careers in science. Read more >

STAY STRONG: Anxiety Busters—How to Breathe

Dr. Paul Bulman, Supervising Psychologist, sitting in an office discussing COVID-19 related anxiety and how to breathe.

Taking a deep breath can help reduce anxiety. Dr. Paul Bulman, Montefiore-Einstein’s Supervising Psychologist and Assistant Director of the Trauma-Informed Care Program, demonstrates ways to breathe better when feeling anxious about COVID-19.

Watch Dr. Bulman’s Stay Strong video, “How to Breathe,” part of the Montefiore-Einstein Stay Strong series. 

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 >

MECC Prostate Cancer Screening Event

Register now for our FREE Prostate Cancer Screening Event on Saturday, September 25, 2021 10:00 am–2:00 pm, 899 Elton Avenue Bronx, New York 10451. Register today by calling; 646-921-3007Learn more >

Research Examines Healthcare Transportation Challenges and Chronic Health Conditions

Dr. Kevin Fiori, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Family and Social Medicine, and Director, Social Determinants of Health, Community & Population Health

A new study led by Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Kevin Fiori, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Family and Social Medicine, and Director, Social Determinants of Health, Community & Population Health, found that healthcare transportation challenges are strongly associated with chronic health conditions like depression, asthma and diabetes. Learn more >

COVID-19 Long-Haul Updates

Dr. Marjan Islam, Co-director of the COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Marjan Islam, Co-director of the COVID-19 Recovery (CORE) Clinic, recently joined the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC to share the latest in COVID-19 long-hauler symptoms. Listen >

Addressing Parents’ Concerns About the COVID-19 Vaccine & Heart Muscle Inflammation in Children

Dr. Daphne Hsu, Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Montefiore-Einstein

Montefiore-Einstein’s Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Dr. Daphne Hsu, discusses the evidence which continues to favor COVID-19 vaccination in children and young adults despite the risks. Read more >.

Einstein Students Place 2nd in Global Health Competition

Einstein Students Place 2nd in Global Health Competition

Three medical students at Albert Einstein College of Medicine—Andrew Brook, Chetali Jain, and Scott Wilson—were part of a team that placed second among 52 university and college groups representing 15 countries in the 2021 Emory Morningside Global Health Case Competition. Congratulations! The annual event challenges teams of college and graduate students to develop hypothetical solutions that address a real-world global health issue. Learn more >

Einstein Awarded $5 Million for Research on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Einstein Awarded $5 Million for Research on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Albert Einstein College of Medicine received a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center to sustain and deepen collaborations between Einstein scientists and clinicians at Montefiore aimed at improving the care and treatment of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including those stemming from rare diseases. Learn more >

Montefiore-Einstein Receives Grant to Help Improve HIV Rates Among LGBTQ Youth

Dr. Barry Zingman, Medical Director, AIDS Center, and Clinical Director, Infectious Diseases (Moses Campus), and Oval Center-Center for Positive Living, Montefiore-Einstein, joins BronxNetTV to discuss Montefiore's grant to help improve HIV and AIDS rates among LGBTQ youth in the Bronx. Watch here >

A Doctor’s Commitment to 9/11 First Responders

9-11 First Responders

Three 9/11 first responders recount their experiences at the World Trade Center on the day of the attacks and the health challenges that followed. Montefiore-Einstein’s David Prezant, MD, Chief Medical Officer, FDNY, along with firefighters Capt. Al Fuentes and Lt. Terrence Jordan, discuss their critical roles in the rescue efforts at "Ground Zero." 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 >

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Sophie Balk Discusses Insect Repellent for Kids & Infants

walking-in-woods.jpg

Sophie Balk, MD, attending pediatrician, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, provides advice on which insect repellents are appropriate for kids and infants. Read 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 >

How mRNA Vaccines Work & How Often We May Need a Vaccine

Montefiore-Einstein’s Dr. Priya Nori, Infectious Disease Specialist, joins “The Back Story” podcast to discuss how mRNA vaccines work and how often we may need to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Listen here >

U.S. News & World Report Designates Children’s Hospital at Montefiore One of Nation’s Best

U.S. News & World Report Designates Children’s Hospital at Montefiore One of Nation’s Best

For the 14th year in a row, the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s best pediatric hospitals. In the 2021-2022 Best Children's Hospitals list, Neonatology, Pediatric Cancer and Gastroenterology & GI Surgery rank among the top 20 programs in the country, and Nephrology and Neurology & Neurosurgery are in the top 50. Learn more >

Einstein Receives Full Middle States Accreditation

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

A historic milestone for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine: The Middle States Commission on Higher Education voted to grant Einstein full independent accreditation for all its doctoral, masters, and certificate programs. Learn more >

COVID-19 Resource Center

Frequently Asked Questions

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 >

Coronavirus Variants: Why Not to Panic

Kartik Chandran, PhD, Professor, Microbiology & Immunology and the Harold and Muriel Block Scholar in Virology at Einstein, explains to MIT Technology Review that despite the many variants of COVID-19, the virus has not fundamentally changed, and stresses the importance of using the current effective vaccines to control the pandemic. Read here >

Coronavirus Delta & Lambda Variants

covid variants

Dr. Eric Meyerowitz, Infectious Disease Specialist for Montefiore Medical Group joined BronxNet TV "OPEN" to discuss the Delta variant and why we’re seeing so many variants. Watch here >

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 >

STAY STRONG: Anxiety Busters—How to Breathe

Dr. Paul Bulman, Supervising Psychologist, sitting in an office discussing COVID-19 related anxiety and how to breathe.

Taking a deep breath can help reduce anxiety. Dr. Paul Bulman, Montefiore-Einstein’s Supervising Psychologist and Assistant Director of the Trauma-Informed Care Program, demonstrates ways to breathe better when feeling anxious about COVID-19.

Watch Dr. Bulman’s Stay Strong video, “How to Breathe,” part of the Montefiore-Einstein Stay Strong series. 

STAY STRONG: Behavioral Addiction During the Era of COVID-19

How is behavioral addiction affected and manifested during the era of COVID-19?Dr. Howard Forman, Montefiore’s Director of Addiction Consultation Service, describes the impact the pandemic has on those with behavioral addiction, why many people are developing behavioral addiction, and shares what help is available. Watch Dr. Forman’s #StayStrong video, “Behavioral Addiction During the Era of COVID-19” part of the Montefiore-Einstein Stay Strong series.

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 >

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: 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 >

Children's Hospital at Montefiore's Dr. Suzette Oyeku Speaks to NBC about Vaccinations and CDC Guidance for Children

dr-oyeku-masks.png

Suzette Oyeku, MD, MPH, Chief, Academic General Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, recently spoke with Kristen Dahlgren of NBCNews regarding what parents should know about protecting young children now that older children are eligible for vaccinations and the CDC has issued new guidance on masks. Watch here >

COVID-19 Vaccine Myths + Vaccinating Kids

Dr. Margaret Aldrich, Director, Pediatric Infection Control, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, recently joined BronxNet TV to discuss the latest information on Vaccinating Kids as the in-person school year begins and to debunk some COVID-19 Vaccine myths. Watch here >

Montefiore-Einstein Study Finds Most People with Cancer Should Respond Well to 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 >

Summer High School Research Program: Building the Future of Science & Medicine

autism-awareness-month.jpg

The Montefiore-Einstein Summer High School Research Program, led by Drs. Amy Fox, Vice Chair for Clinical Research and Faculty Affairs, Pathology, Montefiore-Einstein, and Victoria Freedman, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is inspiring Bronx high school students to pursue careers in science. Read 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