NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital's Institute for Cancer Care offers a full range of advanced treatments for cancer and each treatment plan is based on the unique needs and choices of the patient. Frequently, a main component of cancer treatment, chemotherapy, is the use of drugs given by mouth or injection to destroy cells that pose a danger to the body. Chemotherapy can also be useful in treating blood and immune system disorders.
At NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, chemotherapy treatment is generally administered on an outpatient basis. When a patient needs to receive chemotherapy as an inpatient at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, he or she stays on the dedicated oncology unit.
All chemotherapy is given under the supervision of a physician specializing in medical oncology with carefully developed protocols for pharmacy and drug administration. NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital frequently participates in clinical trials for new treatments, giving patients access to the latest information in chemotherapy research.
In our spacious, modern, and easily accessible infusion center, located at 343 Fourth Avenue at Fifth Street in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, we provide services and therapies that include chemotherapy and other infusions. In addition to treating all forms of cancer, we offer therapy for blood disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, anemia, and osteoporosis.
Our highly trained medical team includes board-certified oncologists, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and pharmacists. The NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Ambulatory Infusion Center is wheelchair accessible.
In addition to expert compassionate care and advanced infusion treatment, the Center offers: