Montefiore Medical Center, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has three full-service acute care hospitals located in the Bronx.
The medical professionals at Montefiore are committed to the comfort and well-being of you and your family members during your hospital stay. Whether you are interacting with physicians, nurses, technologists, therapists or volunteers, please be assured that we are all working together to ensure you receive the highest-quality, compassionate care.
Patient units are organized by medical specialties and are equipped for your medical care, comfort and safety. You may request your preference, although your first choice may not always be available. When assigning rooms, the hospital considers medical need as our first priority. There are two types of rooms available to patients:
It is a good idea to check with your insurance carrier or employer regarding your coverage before coming to the hospital.
While we encourage you to bring items with you that will increase your well-being and comfort, Montefiore cannot be responsible for personal items. To safeguard your personal belongings and to meet hospital rules, we ask you to keep the items you bring to a minimum. Your nurse will list your personal items in an inventory when you are admitted and you may request to place valuables in our hospital safe. Please follow these guidelines during your stay:
Montefiore is sensitive to cultural dietary guidelines and restrictions. Meals served at Jack D. Weiler Hospital are prepared under rabbinical supervision in accordance with Jewish dietary laws (KASHRUTH). For special needs or concerns about meals, contact the Nutrition Department at each hospital between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm daily.