New York, NY – The first Man Cave facility is on schedule to open within the next several weeks at The Department of Urology at Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. Designed by global architecture firm Gensler, and built by Caldwell Walsh, this state-of-the-art sports-themed waiting room will provide men with a place they can feel comfortable discussing their prostate health concerns. Prostate cancer is something that no man should go through alone and at Man Cave Health, we’ve made it our mission to make sure no one does.
In partnership with the Mount Sinai Health System, the Man Cave is a unique patient care model that’s needed now more than ever. Combining educational resources, emotional support, and the latest in prostate cancer early diagnosis and treatment, the Man Cave will be a place a man can feel at ease, complete with a team of friends, medical professionals, educators and advocates ready to help him tackle this disease and beat it.
Under the leadership of Ashutosh (Ash) K. Tewari, MD, The Department of Urology is transforming prostate cancer treatment and expanding the scope of knowledge about the causes of and solutions for the disease. With scientists conducting pivotal research initiatives that inform diagnosis and treatment, The Department of Urology provides advanced, comprehensive and compassionate care with a holistic approach that treats the entire person, not just the disease. The Man Cave will take that approach to a whole new level.