For symptomatic EGDs, patients can either be seen at the Endoscopy Center of New York, or at Mount Sinai depending on if patient is high risk. Please refer to sections below to follow instructions on how to proceed.
Endoscopy Center of New York does not require charity care. Mount Sinai EGD referrals require active EMC/charity care.
Endoscopy Center of New York referral form: Endoscopy Center of NY Referral Form)
Access to Care Team
If unable to obtain via Endoscopy Center of NY, symptomatic EGDs require charity care. Once your patient submits documents confirming their income, Financial Services or REAP will grant your patient Charity Care and place them on sliding scale financial assistance. Most EHHOP patients are placed on Level 1. The costs for symptomatic EGDs are currently being negotiated. For more information, please contact the [Accessory Referrals Manager] [ssu].
For Symptomatic EGDS, there is currently no wait time. Please contact the Accessory Referrals Manager: Debora Robinson for more information.
Low risk procedures will be performed at the Endoscopy Center of New York on 201 East 93rd Street, 2nd Floor (on 93rd St and 3rd Ave)
REAP: First floor, 1403 Madison Ave. Tel: (212)-423-2800
Patient Financial Services: First floor, 17 East 102nd St (CAM building). Tel: (212)-824-7280
For questions, contact the Accessory Referrals Manager: Debora Robinson