- Maintaining and improving health
- Favored by the greatest number of patients and physicians
- Compassionate, high quality, cost-effective health services
- Provides undergraduate and graduate medical education
- Regardless of age, race, ethnicity, emphasizing Jewish values of community concern for all
Building upon its Jewish heritage, exceptional clinical strengths and history of service, Sinai will emerge as a unique institution in the Maryland health care marketplace and be a model for the nation by being a comprehensive health care provider.
Sinai Hospital was founded in 1866 as the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum and is a Jewish-sponsored health care organization providing care for all people. Sinai is a nonprofit institution with a mission of providing quality patient care, teaching and research. Sinai Hospital is an agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Sinai Hospital has 504 beds and 35 newborn bassinets.
The Teaching Hospital
Sinai, with a mission that includes the teaching of future generations of health professionals, shares many of the characteristics of a university-owned hospital. Its own distinguished full-time faculty, many of whom are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields, hold teaching positions at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Several thousand applications are received every year for the graduate medical training positions available at Sinai Hospital. Total residents and fellows based at Sinai are 145.
Approximately 400 medical students from across the nation and world receive clinical training each year at Sinai. It is a training site for Johns Hopkins University medical students during their mandatory ambulatory and third-year internal medicine clerkships.
Sinai-Sponsored Residency Programs
Sinai Hospital provides a variety of quality care services to the Baltimore community. In addition, we have created Centers of Excellence that specialize in the most advanced treatments.
Centers of Excellence
- Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
- ANCC Magnet Designation
- Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
- American College of Surgeons
- American College of Radiology
- The College of American Pathologists
Sinai Faculty Practice
The Sinai Faculty Practice consists of 130 highly trained physicians in ten major departments whose sub-specialties span more than 20 different divisions.
The ten departments included in the Sinai Faculty Practice are:
Some of the sub-specialty areas include: