Sibley Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that our new Integrative Medicine Center has opened in a spacious location on the hospital campus.
At the new Center, a menu of options is offered to help people enhance their health through acupuncture, healing massage, nutrition consults and yoga. Led by Harpreet Gujral, program director, and Rosanne Sheinberg, M.D., medical director, the Center takes care of mind-body needs in an optimal healing environment focused on well-being. “Our center provides a different approach to wellness by focusing on the unique needs of each patient,” says Sheinberg. “We take the best features of many disciplines of medicine and—working with the patient’s medical team—meld them into a health plan that fully recognizes that each patient is different and has different physical, emotional and psychosocial needs. It is truly patient-specific and patient-centered.”
With the goal of focusing on the patient and their goals, and combining the best of conventional medicine with complementary modalities, the staff at Sibley is elevating the approach to health and wellness.
The Sibley Integrative Medicine Center is designed to provide healing care, especially for people with chronic illness as well as other medical needs. The Center’s health care professionals are trained in conventional medical care and integrative medicine, with comprehensive expertise in healing approaches.
According to Gujral, “Integrative medicine is right for anyone wanting to be proactive about optimizing their well-being. We work in conjunction with their health care practitioner to create an individualized, integrative care plan that fully addresses each patient’s particular health concerns. We aim to achieve the patient’s goals while respecting the innate potential each body has for repair and healing.”
Learn more at Sibley.org/integrative or call 202-660-7775.
About Sibley Memorial Hospital: Sibley Memorial Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, in Northwest Washington, D.C., has a distinguished history of serving the community since its founding in 1890. As a not-for-profit, full-service, 386-bed community hospital, Sibley offers medical, surgical, intensive care, obstetric, oncology, orthopaedic and skilled nursing inpatient services and a state-of-the-art 24-hour Emergency Department. Sibley’s campus, with its new patient tower, is also home to the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Grand Oaks, an assisted living residence, a medical building with physician offices as well as outpatient surgery and imaging centers. For more information, visit Sibley.org.