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2006… It Starts With You!
1852 – The Jews Hospital in the City of New York is founded
1963 – The Medical School receives its first charter
2006… It Starts With You!
1867 – The first microscope is purchased by the hospital
1944 – Mount Sinai receives its first allotment of penicillin
2006… It Starts With You!
1866 – The hospital changes its name to The Mount Sinai Hospital
1977 – Dr. Roslyn Yalow, a Distinguished Service Professor, receives Nobel Prize for radioimmunoassay
1872 – The Medical Board is created
1992 – Human Genetics becomes a formal department
1878 – The first separate pediatrics department in a general hospital in New York is created
1988 – Mount Sinai is the first in New York State to perform a liver transplant
1885 – Female nurses are allowed onto the male wards
1985 – Formal Department of Community Relations created with a social worker as the head
1890 – First time a physician wore a white coat on the hospital wards
1929 – A graduate nurse is put in charge of each large ward, replacing the third year nursing students
1910 – Mount Sinai Queens… Dalys Astoria Sanatorium Opens
2002 – Mount Sinai Queens completes major renovations including the Emergency Department
1900 – The Neurological Service is established; the first in a New York general hospital
1986 – A Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) facility is opened
1906 – The Department of Social Work, then called the Social Welfare Department, is established
1982 – A separate department of Geriatrics is created; the first in an American medical school
1855 – The Mount Sinai Hospital, then known as the Jews Hospital located at West 28 th Street, accepts its first patients
1938 – A Blood Bank is established; the second in the country
1882 – Mount Sinai installs its first telephone system
1973 – Floors 1-13 of the Annenberg Building open
1933 – The Medical Board recommends that written consent be obtained for surgeries
2001 – The Institute for Medical Education is established
1934 – 8 hour day for non-medical staff begins in response to federal wage and salary legislation
1992 – The Guggenheim Pavilion is dedicated
1950 – Blue Cross (AHS) coverage now offered to all employees
1996 – The Visiting Doctors program is founded
1952 – Mount Sinai opens its obstetrical service
2004 – The hospital is awarded the Magnet Award from the American Nurses Credentialing Center
1875 – An outpatient department becomes operational for the first time
1976 – The Medical Service Plan (todays FPA) is established
1908 – First research fellowship awarded at The Mount Sinai Hospital
1996 – The Icahn Medical Institute, then known as the East Building, opens
1916 – Social Service Auxiliary is formed; now known as The Auxiliary Board
2003 – The Liver Transplant Service performs its 2,000 th transplant, only the third in the country to eclipse 2,000
1872 – The first house staff program begins
1958 – Doctors perform the first open heart surgery at Mount Sinai
1999 – The Astoria based hospital is purchased by Mount Sinai
1922 – After an 11 year lapse, Mount Sinai admits women into its training programs
1993 – The first pediatric living related donor liver transplant in New York State is performed at Mount Sinai
1913 – Mount Sinai purchases the land between 98 th and 99 th Streets for expansion
1990 – The first Employee Recognition Presidential Service Award presented
1900 – The hospital buys its first x-ray machine
1989 – The Lewis Green and Evelyn Green Davis Learning Center opens on 97 th Street for year round care for children of Mount Sinai employees
1944 – Resident staff begin receiving monthly salaries of $40
1999 – The Schools academic affiliation moves from CUNY to NYU
1922 – Occupational Therapy program established
1998 – Mount Sinai opens worlds largest fully automated core clinical testing lab
1872 – Mount Sinai moves to larger buildings on Lexington Ave
1966 – First kidney transplant performed at Mount Sinai
1899 – Although encountering some resistance from colleagues, George E. Brewer introduces the practice of using rubber gloves during surgery
2002– The World Trade Center Worker and Volunteer Medical Screening Program is opened under the auspices of The Occupational and Environmental Health Division of Community Medicine
1877 – When the wards are divided between medicine and surgery cases, the first official departments are created
2003 – A new 5 year MD/MBA program is developed with the Zicklin School of Business of Baruch College, CUNY
1881 – The Mount Sinai Hospital Training School for Nurses is created
1979 – The first formal institutional Mission statement adopted by The Board of Trustees
1898 – A new law is established that gives Mount Sinai 40 cents per day for each needy and charity patient; costs were then $1.33 1/5 per day
1981 – Terry Krulwich, Ph.D. becomes first woman Dean at MSSM – Dean of Graduate School
1904 – Mount Sinai moves to larger, improved facilities on 100 th Street
1986 – A Doctor Referral Service is created, 1-(800)-MD-SINAI; the first computerized service in New York City
2004 – Mount Sinai Queens opens its new lobby, complete with a Patient Resource Room
2006 – Mount Sinai Queens Imaging Center opens on the first floor
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