Surgeries rise 10% after Mount Sinai opens new tower
Written by Miami Today on March 5, 2019
The move into Mount Sinai Medical Center’s seven-story Skolnick Surgical Tower on Feb. 2 “went extremely well,” and surgical volumes are already up 10%, said Steven D. Sonenreich, president and CEO.
“The opening of the tower and our new emergency department went so well due to 18 months of planning by hundreds of our team members,” he said. “They looked at every protocol and policy” in preparation for the move, he said. “Now they’re extraordinary excited and proud of the facility…To read the full story click here