Enjoying Life in NYC
Mount Sinai St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center is located on Manhattan's West Side - close to the mix of cultural, educational and recreational opportunities offered by the nation's largest city. From the dazzle of Broadway and the music, opera and dance of Lincoln Center to the river views and running paths of Riverside Park and Central Park, the West Side offers endless possibilities for enrichment and enjoyment. For those who enjoy eating out, New York City offers some of the finest dining in the world, with access to small neighborhood eateries, countless ethnic restaurants and more extravagant fare.
The Mount Sinai Roosevelt Division is located near the center of the city. Broadway theaters, Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet, the American Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden are a short distance away. A walk across Central Park leads to some of the country's leading art museums, including the world-renowned Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. Downtown are the clubs, restaurants, theaters, shops and galleries of Greenwich Village, SoHo and Tribeca, and the old-world atmosphere of Chinatown and Little Italy.
The Morningside Heights area, where the Mount Sinai St. Luke's Division is located, is also home to Columbia University, Barnard College, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Riverside Church, Union Theological Seminary and the Manhattan School of Music.
The West Side is close to all of New York's major highways, bus and train terminals and airport transportation. Suburban and country environments are short trips away in Westchester County, New Jersey, Connecticut and Long Island.
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