If you, a family member, or a friend has recently been diagnosed with cancer, you probably have many questions about the disease and how to get treatment. We are here to help you understand your treatment options and get the right care.
Making an Appointment
To make an appointment, call our appointment coordinators at +1 (646) 461-2050. Anyone diagnosed with cancer can make this call. You do not need a referral from a doctor or “connections” in order to meet with one of our experts.
When you call, our patient service representatives will speak with you about your diagnosis in order to understand which kind of doctor you should see first. Our representatives are kind and compassionate, and sensitive to the fears and concerns of people with cancer. They are also very knowledgeable about our medical staff and can answer many of your questions regarding treatment and clinical trials.
Some people meet with surgeons, others with medical oncologists or radiation oncologists. No matter which doctors you meet, however, you can be sure that they will be specially trained in treating the type of cancer that you have.
What Cancers We Treat
Our doctors are extraordinarily experienced in diagnosing and treating all forms of cancer, from the most common to the very rare. Because we specialize in cancer, our methods of diagnosis and treatment can dramatically improve the chances of controlling or curing your disease.
We can often help even if:
We are experts in identifying specific characteristics of the cancer you have that can help to determine which treatments will be most effective to cure or control it. Our doctors use the latest clinical advances, and are international leaders in pioneering new treatment approaches that are safer and more effective.
Preserving your quality of life during and after treatment is also a high priority. And while we are known for our advanced, innovative therapies, our physicians are equally committed to providing compassionate care.
We accept most major health insurance plans. Every insurance policy is different; however. If you have any questions about your particular coverage, our financial counselors can work with you, your physician, and your insurance company to help you to receive care.
We offer a variety of support services for our patients and their family members. You can speak with a psychiatrist, psychologist, or social worker, or meet other patients whose diagnosis is similar to your own. We also organize live, online support groups that are especially helpful for patients who cannot easily travel to our facilities.
Our Network of Locations
If you live in the greater New York metropolitan area, you may be able to receive care close to home. We have outpatient facilities in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island, Westchester County, and New Jersey. At all of our sites, doctors and other staff work together to ensure that you receive the highest quality of care, wherever you have your treatment. Visit locations for more information about our network of facilities and the services we offer.