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.

“May is Speech and Hearing Month and in light of the pandemic, Bridgepoint’s speech-language pathologists and and communicative disorders assistants are taking on many alternate roles to support our patients, their families and nursing colleagues. We can be seen feeding patients, conducting Zoom calls, doing laundry, and still ensuring that both swallowing, hearing and communication needs are met. I’m so proud to work with such a dedicated team and am thankful for their adaptability and consistent patient-centered care that they provide each day. Happy Speech and Hearing Month!”
Submitted by: Krista Caulfield, Clinical Practice Lead, Speech Language Pathology, Bridgepoint



“Every day, an incredible team in microbiology work through thousands of COVID-19 tests to get them reported, supporting each other through unprecedented times. It’s a privilege to work with such amazing people.”
Submitted by: Dr. Susan Poutanen, Medical Microbiologist/Infectious Disease Physician, Mount Sinai








“Daniela Rosati is an RN in the Obstetrical Associates Clinic.  She is extremely kind, caring, diligent, hard working, goes above and beyond, is empathetic towards her colleagues and her patients. She is always happy and smiling.”
Submitted by: Connie Stevens, Administrative Assistant, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mount Sinai








“Looking after patients admitted to Internal Medicine with COVID-19 requires a combination of computers and compassion. Here we are celebrating the recovery of one of our patients!”
Submitted by: Dr. Shital Gandhi, General Internal Medicine, Mount Sinai




“I was given a complex assignment the other day that required a lot of critical tasks to be done for our patient to get the optimal treatment they needed. A nurse named Marion in our unit stepped in like an angel and helped me to complete some of these tasks while she has her own full caseload. These are the nurses I work with in the NICU, and they deserve to be appreciated.”
Submitted by: Jyothy Nair, RN, NICU, Mount Sinai