There is no need to travel far to receive the best cancer care anywhere.

The Union State Bank Cancer Center at Nyack Hospital provides the best that medicine has to offer, in an environment of caring, close to home.  The Center’s affiliation with the Herbert I. Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center enables Nyack Hospital to offer the full range of clinical services and technology for cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Having cancer is tough on the mind as well as the body.  Being treated close to home, near family and friends and your place of business can make all the difference when you feel exhausted and want the comfort of loved ones and familiar things.

Nyack Hospital physicians have been trained at major academic medical centers to treat patients using the latest ideas, techniques, and technology. These affiliations afford our physicians access to leaders in the field for information, consultation and referral.  Our ties with the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System afford Nyack Hospital’s cancer patients the benefits of receiving care within the context of an academic environment, an advantage not often associated with community hospital-based cancer programs. The result is an elevated quality of care made possible through tumor board meetings, participation in joint conferences, access to clinical research protocols, and the ability to consort with top doctors in oncology.

The Center features a comprehensive clinical research program with open treatment protocols for various types and stages of cancers.  The multi-specialty team approach facilitates treatment by offering on-site availability and swift referral to board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians in major oncology specialties.

Knowing that support is vital to the emotional aspects of treating cancer, The Center offers various support services for the physical and emotional care of people with cancer.

The Union State Bank Cancer Center has been Accredited with Commendation as a Community Comprehensive Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons, a distinction awarded to fewer than 10% of hospitals nationwide.