The Mount Sinai (New York) Visiting Doctors Program: meeting the needs of the urban homebound population.

@article{Ornstein2011TheMS,
  title={The Mount Sinai (New York) Visiting Doctors Program: meeting the needs of the urban homebound population.},
  author={Katherine A Ornstein and Cameron R Hernandez and Linda V Decherrie and Theresa A. Soriano},
  journal={Care management journals : Journal of case management ; The journal of long term home health care},
  year={2011},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={159-63}
}
The Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors program, a joint program of Mount Sinai Medical Center's Departments of Medicine and Geriatrics, is a large multidisciplinary teaching, research, and clinical care initiative serving homebound adults in Manhattan since 1995. Caring for more than 1,000 patients annually, the physicians of Visiting Doctors make more than 6,000 urgent and routine visits each year, making it the largest program of its kind in the country. Services include 24-hour physician… CONTINUE READING