Creating Excellence Together

Supporting an Environment of Compassionate Care

The nursing experience at the Mount Sinai Health System is as diverse as the patients
we care for and the communities we serve. Answer your calling in a supportive
environment where you are a respected part of the team. Here, we value excellence and
reward commitment to compassionate care.
Beth Oliver, DNP, RN, FAAN
Chief Nurse Executive,
Senior Vice President,
Cardiac Services
Mount Sinai Health System
Our culture centers on supporting and empowering nurses to deliver the highest-quality and safest care possible, practice at the top of their license, and advance their growth and personal careers. The cornerstone for success is a professional practice environment that values lifelong learning, equity, leadership, innovation, and the application of scientific nursing research. Our patients and families are the ultimate beneficiaries of the critical thinking, expert decision-making, and compassion our nurses bring as integral members of the care teams throughout our Health System. 
Nurses are the heart and soul of Mount Sinai. They are leaders within our profession and I am proud of, and inspired every day by, their ongoing commitment to creating excellence together. I encourage you to continue to explore the Mount Sinai Nursing website and learn more about nursing’s excellence in action. If you are a nurse exploring career options, please consider joining one of our many diverse nursing teams that are innovating care across the continuum.

Magnet Recognized

At Mount Sinai Health System, clinical excellence, a personalized approach to healing, and the diverse backgrounds of our nurses inspire us to deliver the best patient care. Here, you'll work in state-of-the-art environments alongside leaders across all areas of clinical practice. Four of our hospitals have achieved prestigious Magnet recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center for nursing excellence - The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Queens, Mount Sinai South Nassau, and the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai.

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The Mount Sinai Health System is home to a deep bench of advanced practice nurses, who are committed to the health of our patients and community. In addition to having extensive bedside experience, an advanced practice nurse—such as a nurse practitioner (NP) or certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA)—has undergone advanced education, including a master’s degree. In the case of NPs, this training allows advanced practice nurses to function as providers, with responsibilities such as diagnosing conditions and prescribing medications. 
Every area of the Mount Sinai Health System now includes advanced practice nurses, from primary care and ambulatory settings to specialties such as orthopedics, neurosurgery, surgery, cardiology, and more. Another key area of advanced practice nursing is midwifery, which involves skilled care for everything from prenatal visits through delivery. 
As with any provider, advanced practice nurses maintain up-to-date board certifications and competency requirements, and participate in professional conferences. In many ways, NPs and other advanced practice nurses function as the glue between the nursing and physician worlds. Through their dedication and training, advanced practice nurses contribute a great deal to promoting the team approach that helps patients achieve the best possible outcomes.
For patients, nurses are bedside champions who learn each person’s individual needs and become their best advocates. For clinicians, nurses are integrators who contribute their intimate patient perspectives to the entire care team to achieve the best possible outcomes.
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Committed to evidence-based population health management, ambulatory nurses work to keep community members healthy and out of the hospital. Our nursing teams provide and help to coordinate well visits, treatments for minor medical issues, pediatric care, screenings, and management of chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Our highly trained teams include registered nurses, nurse practitioners, licensed practical nurses, and medical office assistants, all working together to offer the right care at the right time in the right location. In order to provide coordinated care, we collaborate with interdisciplinary teams, as well as community resources, such as rehabilitation centers and pharmacies.
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Ranked 4th nationally for Cardiology & Heart Surgery by U.S. News & World Report, The Mount Sinai Fuster Heart Hospital depends on its specialized nurses to deliver exceptional care to each of our patients. In this highly technical service line, nurses use state-of-the-art technologies including left ventricular assist devices and artificial hearts. Mount Sinai Heart nurses also reach out to the community by bringing screening tests to neighborhood sites and participating in community outreach events supporting organizations such as the American Heart Association. In addition, we provide ongoing educational support to our nurses, who are committed to growing and advancing in this technical field.
An integral part of the Fuster Heart Hospital team, our nurses practice at the top of their specialty, working alongside world-renowned cardiologists, surgeons, scientists, and technicians who are pioneering treatments for arrhythmias, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular disease, and vascular disease. This work is supported by state-of-the art equipment, laboratories, and care facilities, along with decades of breakthrough research into the biological, socioeconomic, and environmental mechanisms affecting heart disease. Whether attending to medical emergencies or chronic conditions, this multidisciplinary Fuster Heart Hospital team is revolutionizing cardiovascular care and treatment globally.
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From coordinating complex medical care across multiple specialties to monitoring medications and operating life-supportive devices, critical care nurses are involved in every aspect of our patients’ treatment and recovery. Often, in intensive and progressive care units, patients are physically unable to speak for themselves. Our nurses serve as a voice for both patients and their loved ones. They communicate and coordinate care with all members of our interdisciplinary team including physicians, surgeons, pharmacists, respiratory and rehabilitation therapists, and social workers. Nurses also educate and support family members about medical treatments, the hospital environment, and goals of care.
In 2014, The Mount Sinai Hospital earned Magnet status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center for the third consecutive year for our team’s unwavering dedication to patient care and nursing excellence.
Nurses are an important part of the rehabilitation process. They assist patients in progressive mobility. Our nurses collaborate with physical, occupational, and respiratory therapists to develop an early mobilization plan individualized to the patient’s needs. Research has shown that the less time patients are bedridden, the earlier they can leave the ICU and hospital and return to their normal routine.
Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications
Our nurses are educationally prepared with a minimum of a baccalaureate degree in nursing. In addition to critical care nursing knowledge and expertise in his or her specialty, all nurses are certified in advanced cardiac life support. Many nurses have specialized certification in critical care, neuroscience, and medical-surgical nursing and work collaboratively with physicians and support staff to provide exceptional patient care using evidence-based practice throughout our intensive care and progressive care units.
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The first person a patient sees when they enter the Mount Sinai ED is a registered nurse. Specialized emergency nurses are trained in a wide range of areas and organ systems so they can handle everything from minor complaints such as sprained ankles to catastrophic events such as stroke. Emergency nurses—which include registered nurses and nurse practitioners—also subspecialize in areas such as adult, pediatric, and geriatric. In addition, this nursing team provides a link with public health services; collaborates with other specialties; and conducts screenings for hepatitis, HIV, and suicide risk—all while giving patients the personal attention they need to get through their emergency illness or injury with resilience.
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Unleash your versatility and make a difference wherever you're needed. Join Mount Sinai's dynamic Float Pool and experience the diverse landscape of healthcare firsthand. You'll flex your clinical skills across various units, adapting seamlessly to different patient needs and specialties. Embrace a challenging and rewarding career path as you collaborate effectively with various teams across the system and sharpen your expertise through diverse clinical experiences. Deliver high-quality care and make a lasting impact on every patient you encounter. If you thrive in a fast-paced environment and seek a dynamic career, we invite you to join our dedicated Float Pool team!
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The NSICU has a long-standing tradition of delivering outstanding, compassionate, neurocritical care. Many of our nurses are certified in critical care, neuroscience and medical-surgery nursing. Our nurses exemplify multidisciplinary teamwork and collaboration in the NSICU that is central to our mission of providing the highest quality of patient centered care. The MSHS NSICU nursing team goes above and beyond for all their patients and takes great pride in their work.
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As the hospital’s highest volume service line, obstetrics (OB) combines aspects of an emergency department and surgical suite, which demands a wide spectrum of skills from its nursing staff. Our nursing team includes registered nurses, nurse practitioners, midwives (who are advanced practice nurses), and lactation consultants, who perform diverse roles, including prenatal care, triaging expectant mothers, labor and delivery, and postpartum care and support. Committed to fostering that unique first experience between mother, partner, and newborn, OB nurses also function as educators, helping the family unit achieve its birthing plan and family goals. Throughout these roles, we are committed to caring for our mothers and babies in a way that embraces anti-racism and anti-bias. 
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Being an oncology nurse requires not only the specialized skills needed to deliver complex treatment regimens, but the knowledge and compassion needed to support patients and their loved ones through what may be the most frightening chapter of their lives. Oncology nurses include advanced practice nurses, education specialists, and clinical nurses, who are further specialized in areas such as surgery, radiation oncology, infusion therapy (including chemotherapy and biotherapy), and clinical trial nursing. In addition to administering advanced therapies and helping to prevent and manage symptoms, oncology nurses partner with areas such as social work, case management, spiritual care, nutrition, and child life, in order to address the whole patient and achieve their best possible wellness. 
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Combining clinical skill with personalized attention, our pediatric nurses specialize in caring not just for the child but for the entire family unit. This family-centered approach involves forming a partnership with parents and patients, as well as working closely with Mount Sinai resources, including the Patient and Family Advisory Committee and the Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Department, which supports our young patients’ social, emotional, and educational needs. Because pediatrics is a microcosm of the entire Health System, pediatric registered nurses and nurse practitioners are specialized in a vast range of areas, including but not limited to cardiology, oncology, gastroenterology, neurology, ICU, and neonatal ICU.
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Trusted by more than 600 hospitals and health systems nationwide, and adopted as the state model for Hawaii, Maryland, New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Vizient/ANCC Nurse Residency Program™ (NRP) focuses on new graduate nurses as they enter practice resulting in a retention rate of 90.4% vs the national average of 82.5%. Mount Sinai’s one-year Nurse Residency Program facilitates the development of the clinical leadership skills necessary to be a productive member of the healthcare team.
In partnership with The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai West, Mount Sinai Morningside, Mount Sinai Queens, and Mount Sinai Brooklyn, this 12-month program provides resources to help our new nurses gain confidence and increase competence. As a newly licensed nurse at Mount Sinai, you will receive mentoring from an experienced nurse, build relationships with peers, and participate in engaging learning experiences in a supportive environment. 
All new hire nurses at Mount Sinai with less than 1 year of acute care experience are automatically enrolled in the Nurse Residency Program. Residents are required to participate in 12 monthly residency sessions and complete an Evidence Based Practice Project. Participation in a series of surveys (upon hire and at 6, 12, 24 and 36 months) is also required.
As an integral part of our health system, the Phillips School of Nursing at Mount Sinai offers a diversity of experiences that few schools can. Designated a Center of Excellence by the National League for Nursing, our school's curricula merge classroom teaching with practice at the Hillman Nursing Skills Center and Nerken Simulation Lab. Our clinical rotations are held in community and inpatient settings, giving students the chance to care for underserved populations. In addition, our superb faculty prepares students not only to become registered professional nurses, but also leaders and innovators committed to the highest quality patient care.
For those interested in an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) for second degree students who want to make a professional change, or registered nurses who wish to advance their careers with a Bachelor of Science Completion Program (RN-BSN), Phillips School of Nursing provides an outstanding education at an affordable cost in the heart of New York City.
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The Mount Sinai Health System understands that the exceptional clinical experiences and outcomes provided to patients and families in the diverse communities they serve are built on the talent, dedication, and diverse skills of their carefully selected nursing teams. With an intimate knowledge of each patient, Mount Sinai nurses are an integral part of the healthcare team, relentlessly devoted to the highest level of evidence-based care. Whether working with advanced technologies, assisting with complex procedures, or performing countless other essential tasks, they strive around the clock to keep patients and the community in the best possible health. Their mission is to advance nursing practice guided by unrivaled education, equity, leadership, innovation, and scientific nursing research, with the vision of being the place where nurses choose to work and patients want to receive their care.

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