Brian Stokes Mitchell was part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new center for the performing arts community.
Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell and the Actors Fund joined Mount Sinai Doctors to celebrate the official opening of The Samuel J. Friedman Health Center for the Performing Arts March 2.
Solely focused on the health care needs of the entertainment and performing arts community, The Friedman Health Center, according to a press release, will offer “primary and specialty care, expedited referrals to physicians within the Mount Sinai Health System, extended hours that are sensitive to entertainment industry work schedules and continuity of care for those who experience regular changes in health insurance coverage.” The Friedman Health Center accepts most insurance plans, including commercial insurances, most Marketplace/Exchange plans, Medicare and Workers’ Compensation, with free and unbiased health insurance enrollment and counseling available on site.
Flip through photos of the ribbon-cutting ceremony below:
The Actors Fund and Mount Sinai Doctors Open the Samuel J. Friedman Health Center