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Founded in 1866 as the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore has evolved into a Jewish-sponsored health care organization providing care for all people.

Sinai Hospital Of Baltimore is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Baltimore City County, MD.

Sinai Hospital Of Baltimore does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Sinai Hospital Of Baltimore is a voluntary non-profit - other hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Amazing🌸 I've personally had 2 children for long stays in the NICU and could not have been more blessed! My Son was born at 29 weeks in Oct 2016 and my Daughter was born at 24 weeks in Jan 2018. This Hospital is the reason I have my son and daughter to hug each day. Doctors and Nurses are all very attentive, knowledgeable, friendly, and go above and beyond for all of their patients. I recommend this Hospital, especially the NICU to anyone and everyone. Absolutely incredible the Modern Medicine/Procedures they have to offer🏥 You are in great hands at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, MD. (a month ago)

Labor and delivery doctors and nurses were awesome! Mother and baby (after L&D) nurses could use some improvement. (2 weeks ago)

My experience was only good because of my spirituality. My 1st experience at Sinai was ok for the initial surgical procedure. Also in the very start of my treatment at the Lois Lap. Cancer center was positive due to a lady that was the patient navigator. But, there were several not good visits to the cancer center due to the communication between the CC staff with my oncologist staff. Those experiences were very stressful and as everyone knows cancer patients do not need to be stressed especially by the ones that are supposed to provide help through that difficult time. Also the turned in a financial statement to collections that we never received via 📧. In my opinion there were some changes in Sinai that took away that " homey feel" and it seemed to be replaced with a feeling of just a simple business. I cannot say that it will be the same experience for everyone that goes but, I would if time permits you seek out all of your options before you go there. I would look for a hospital and physician that is honest not only about FDA approved conventional medicine but will also share about the importance of other things such as organic diet and other treatment protocols to blend with the conventional treatment which can help save your life and not just support someones greedy desires. Do your homework please!! God Bless. 😃 (5 months ago)

This Hospital “ICU” is a Death Sentence. If you have the unfortunate luck of being rushed here in an emergency, bring an advanced directive with you. Detriment to our community. Dishonest hospital administration that covers up medical errors. Our community deserves more than substandard care. This hospital can NOT adequately treat complex patients. Wife of RESIGNED board member. (3 months ago)

The emergency room needs larger facilities and more staff. A sick patient don't need to be line in hallways where there's no privacy or listen to nurses complain of trying to get another job , or taking vital when it's time to leave they're shifts. Most importantly when a patient calls for help a nurse shouldn't walk pass and look at u if though u were a reporter or ask"who's her nurse"and have a seat and call to order pizza for kids at home , then call the kids to ask what are you doing I ordered pizza...while patients still saying help me please. They really need help so patients can get proper help and nurse won't be as frustrated. (6 months ago)

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