Ambulatory Infusion Center

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NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Ambulatory Infusion Center is located at 343 Fourth Avenue at Fifth Street in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. The Center is across the street from the NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Brooklyn’s multi-disciplinary cancer services medical office location. 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, multiple sclerosis, anemia, and osteoporosis.

Our highly trained medical team includes board-certified oncologists, oncology-trained registered nurses, and pharmacists. The NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Ambulatory Infusion Center is wheelchair-accessible, and language translation services are available.

NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital offers outpatient chemotherapy and other infusion therapies six days per week.

The Ambulatory Infusion Center’s pharmacy is located on-site, allowing our trained pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to compound and deliver medications efficiently.

Access to Weill Cornell Clinical Trials

Our joint Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian clinical research program offers trials across the full scope of chronic and acute illnesses, as well as all stages and types of disease. We are at the forefront of disease prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment as a result of the groundbreaking discoveries made possible by all of those involved in our studies.

Clinical trials advance medical knowledge, and they are the safest and most effective way to discover cutting-edge treatments and interventions and improve health outcomes.

The Joint Clinical Trial program offers:

  • Only academic-based trial program in Brooklyn
  • Access to many treatments that are not available elsewhere, including some of the newest and most innovative therapies in the field
  • Bench-to-bedside treatments in which our laboratory and clinical scientists work together to link personalized findings to tailored therapies
  • Patient-centric approaches to care
  • Collaboration with Weill Cornell Medicine and referring physicians from across the Tri-State Area and around the country

Search the Joint Clinical Trials Office database to learn more at


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NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Ambulatory Infusion Center is the only center in Brooklyn to offer the DigniCap® System.


NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Ambulatory Infusion Center

Chemotherapy and infusion therapies are offered six days per week, Monday through Saturday, from 7:30AM to 6PM.

343 Fourth Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215