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Why Choose Us
A Top-Ranked Hospital Offering Research-Based Cancer Care
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is accredited by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons.
When you combine world-class physicians, access to cancer clinical trials, and the convenience of diagnosis and treatment close to home, the result is the highest and most comprehensive level of cancer care offered in Brooklyn.
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is part of the Weill Cornell Medicine Meyer Cancer Center in Partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian. In addition to providing patients with personalized, compassionate care, our team is committed to advancing the future of cancer treatment through research. Patients have access to the latest cancer therapies — closer to their homes and loved ones.
In February 2021, we will offer access to infusion therapies and other cancer care, support, education, and clinical trials in one dedicated space in our new Center for Community Health.
An Integrated Team Customized to Your Needs
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital is part of the Weill Cornell Medicine Meyer Cancer Center in Partnership with NewYork-Presbyterian. Our Weill Cornell physicians are recognized leaders in cancer care and research, and are experienced managing even the most complex cases. We put together the team of cancer care professionals you need to achieve the best outcome, drawing from our esteemed roster of cancer surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, oncology nurses and nurse practitioners, social workers, nutritionists, and others with experience and compassion to provide total care for people with cancer. As a major medical center, we can also link you with NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital physicians who treat other health problems, all right here in Brooklyn.
OUR APPROACH TO CARE
Full-Service Cancer Care for the Whole Body & Mind
We use a multidisciplinary approach to care, bringing together doctors from different specialties and departments to ensure our patients receive care for the whole body and mind, not just the cancer. Our patients have access to the latest anti-cancer drugs, targeted therapies, immunotherapies, and minimally invasive surgical procedures.
Not only do we offer the full range of cancer care — from screening and diagnosis to treatment and recovery — but also care for other conditions that may develop as a result of cancer or a pre-existing condition. If needed, you'll have access to other outstanding services throughout our hospital, including endocrinology, digestive, neurological, and cardiovascular care.
As part of your cancer treatment, you may have the opportunity to participate in a clinical trial. Clinical trials are studies of new treatments and diagnostic approaches in patients. Virtually every advance achieved in medicine that has improved the lives of patients has come about as the result of clinical trials.
Cancer News & Related Stories
Cancer News & Related Stories
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Earns "Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality" Designation in HRC Foundation’s Healthcare Equality Index
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital has announced its second consecutive “LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader” designation from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization. The designation is the highest level awarded by the HRC and was reported in the 12th edition of the Healthcare Equality Index (HEI), reflecting on more than a decade of progress in LGBTQ healthcare.
Amazing Things are Happening Here
My son wanted me to go to a large cancer hospital in Manhattan, but I was so confident of what my doctor said and I convinced my son that it is the right decision. I never regretted that decision.
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