When the threat of serious illness strikes, people become concerned about finding the best possible care. The Institute for Cancer Care at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital brings together a group of specialists and medical services to provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment so that patients may receive the ongoing care and services they need. At the same time, it provides patients and families the resources necessary to choose intelligently among diagnostic, treatment, and care options and to maintain lifestyles as close as possible to those that existed before the diagnosis.
The Institute's panel of physicians includes specialists in all areas of internal medicine. When necessary, pain management specialists, physicians and therapists specializing in rehabilitation, psychologists, and social workers may also be consulted. Whatever their specialty, all of the members of the Institute's multidisciplinary team are dedicated professionals who recognize that a person with cancer is still, first and foremost, a person, entitled to explanations, support, and counsel, along with the latest medical techniques and care.
Our team also includes a patient navigator who is dedicated to helping meet the practical needs of patients and caregivers by connecting them to resources, programs, and services of the American Cancer Society and our community partners. This navigator serves as a personal guide to patients and caregivers as they face the psychological, social, and financial challenges of dealing with cancer.
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is one of the few hospitals in Brooklyn to be accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons. The Hospital is also affiliated with the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
Sophisticated cancer research depends on statistics derived from thousands of individual cases. Yet, each of these cases represents a single human being with a unique set of physical and psychological reactions to the disease. The Institute for Cancer Care at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital provides a full spectrum of services, so that patients and their physicians have access to whatever specific care can best answer their medical and emotional needs.
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Our highly trained medical team includes board-certified oncologists, registered nurses, licensed practical
Accredited by the American College of Radiology, NYPBMH's department of radiation oncology is a regional center
NYPBMH promotes a multifaceted approach to treating cancer such as combining surgery, radiation and chemotherapy
Breast Cancer Services at NYPBMH offer women a variety of sophisticated screening, diagnostic, and treatment
To spread information about cancer prevention and early discovery, members of the NYPBMH cancer education team
Accurate diagnosis and staging, which determines how far cancer has spread, are critical to successful cancer treatment.
NYPBMH's Oncology Center uses state-of-the-art services to treat cancers of the female reproductive system.
Physicians affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital's Institute for Cancer Care are actively involved in clinical trials and several other avenues of research.
If you or a family member were previously diagnosed with cancer, you may worry that you or your family are at greater risk for developing the disease.
At NYPBMH, we specialize in the most effective, least invasive combination of treatments to help our patients maintain function and maximize their quality of life.