WTC Clinical Center of Excellence

The Mount Sinai Medical Center has taken the lead in developing the largest treatment and monitoring program for 9/11 emergency responders. Hear the Center's experts discuss the WTC Clinical Center of Excellence and the landmark Zadroga legislation.

The World Trade Center Clinical Center of Excellence at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York is treating and monitoring emergency responders, recovery workers, residents and area workers who were affected by the terrorist attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001. The Mount Sinai center is the result of the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act - named after fallen NYPD detective James Zadroga who died from a 9/11-induced respiratory disease - that provides funding to address the health crises surrounding the World Trade Center tragedy. Watch our video story that highlights the Mount Sinai care and listen to medical director Michael Crane, MD, and others talk about ongoing heath issues, the clinic's purpose and reflections of 9/11.


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