Call 718-239-8359 or 718-99-BRONX (718-992-7669) for an appointment.

Delivering World-Class Cancer Care
to the Bronx

“At BronxCare, we strive to bring individualized cancer care and precision oncology to the community. This new facility will help us continue our goal of achieving the best possible patient outcomes.”

—Dr. Kevin R. Jain, Director, BronxCare Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care, and Chief, BronxCare Medical Oncology & Hematology. Shown are Dr. Jain (center) and the Cancer Care Team.

Introducing

BronxCare Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care, a new state-of-the-art facility located at 1775 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York.

BronxCare Health System, together with Mount Sinai Health System,

continues its goal of achieving the best possible patient outcomes.

Appointments available now.
Call us at 718-239-8359 or
718-99-BRONX (718-992-7669).

Offering

10,000 square feet of space for medical oncology, surgical oncology, and support services; an expanded treatment area with dedicated chemotherapy and immunotherapy infusion suites; an on-site specialized oncology pharmacy; and advanced radiation oncology care.

Advanced procedures for radical cancer surgery are effectively treating malignancies in women. Dr. Harriet Smith, Director, Gynecologic Oncology, performs advanced robotic surgery for gynecological issues, minimizing the risk of complications and contributing to a faster recovery.


Cancers Treated

  • Benign Hematology – anemias, sickle cell disease, thalassemia, and thrombocytopenia, among others.
  • Blood Cancer – blood and bone marrow cancers, including acute and chronic leukemias, myelodysplastic syndrome, and multiple myeloma (plasma cells).
  • Brain and Nervous System Cancer – tumors of the brain, spinal cord, and other areas of the nervous system, such as anaplastic astrocytoma and glioblastoma multiforme.
  • Breast Cancer – cancers developing from breast tissue.
  • Gastrointestinal Cancer – cancers of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, as well as pancreas, esophagus, colon, rectum, and stomach, as well as neuroendocrine tumors.
  • Gynecologic Cancers – cancers affecting women’s reproductive organs and precancerous conditions, including ovarian and uterine carcinoma.
  • Head and Neck/Thyroid Cancer – head and neck diseases, which can affect speaking, eating, or swallowing.
  • Hepatobiliary Cancer – cancers of the liver and bile duct, including hepatoma and cholangiocarcinoma.
  • Lymphoma – care of Hodgkins and non-Hodgkins disease.
  • Sarcoma – rare cancers of the bone and soft tissue.
  • Skin Cancer – including melanoma and non-melanomas, such as basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.
  • Thoracic and Lung Cancer  – cancers of the chest cavity, including lung cancer and mesothelioma.
  • Urologic Cancer – bladder, kidney, prostate, testicular, and other cancers of the genitourinary tract.

Treatments

Benign Hematologic Infusion – for non-cancerous disorders, such as iron deficiency, autoimmune diseases, sickle cell disease, clotting, and other blood disorders.

Biotherapy – using substances made from living organisms to help the immune system fight cancer.

Blood Transfusions – procedures in which donated blood or blood components are given intravenously (IV).

Chemotherapy – use of anti-cancer drugs to destroy cancer cells and reduce symptoms.

Immunotherapy – treatment that assists the immune system in fighting cancer.

Precision Oncology – treating cancers with targeted therapies using gene therapy and molecular biology.

Radiation Therapy – using targeted radiation beams to shrink tumors and destroy cancer cells.

Robotic Surgery – surgery using robotic systems for more precision and control than traditional surgical techniques.

Therapeutic Phlebotomy – withdrawal of blood as a medical treatment.