Every day our people at Sinai Health are doing extraordinary things as we focus our efforts on COVID-19. Captured Caring is a series featuring submissions from our people to provide you with inspiration and encouragement as we care for patients and each other. Have your own story or photo to share? Submit it here.

three health care employees in the emergency department. They are wearing scrubs and medical masks“We are thrilled to report that in just two months (and in the midst of a pandemic), 100 young adults have used the services of our newly launched RBC Pathway to Peers Program! In partnership with Stella’s Place, the program utilizes a peer support model of care for young adults (16-29 years of age) presenting to Mount Sinai’s Emergency Department with mental health and addiction issues. Pictured is our amazing Peer Support Worker, Referring Physician and Resident who worked together on our 100th case.”
Submitted by: Mahalia Dixon, Peer Support Worker, Pathway to Peers, Mount Sinai 

A group of hospital employees on a hospital unit. with medical equipment in the background“Acknowledging the nursing staff from the medical oncology program for all their great work through the pandemic!”
Submitted by: Christina Fabruzzo-Cota, Nursing Unit Administrator, Medical Oncology, Mount Sinai





“Thank you to the electricians who came on our floor with the mission to give patients access to TV and telephones. Nowadays, because of the limit for family and friendly visits, patients are in need of a means of using their time in a constructive way, to gain useful information from news channels or entertainment, and make phone calls. It helps keep them connected and occupied. A big bravo and please keep it up to our engineering team.”
Submitted by: Sorina Balan, Ward Clerk, Mount Sinai