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New Florina Cancer Center will significantly enhance cancer care
Staten Island has the highest cancer rates in New York City. Our highest priority is to expand and enhance our already considerable abilities to diagnose and effectively treat the full range of cancers affecting adults and children on the island. Opening in 2022.

Overview

Staten Island University Hospital has earned an impressive reputation as a major cancer center that treats patients from across the nation and throughout the world.

We diagnose or treat approximately 30,000 patients with hematology and oncology issues each year, making us one of the largest cancer programs in the New York metropolitan area. This means that we have experience treating a relatively large number of patients with some of the most complex and rarest forms of cancer.

State-of-the-art outpatient oncology services

Staten Island University Hospital offers a broad spectrum of on-campus cancer services. To provide the best quality of treatment possible, we have assembled a highly qualified team of board-certified cancer specialists.

Our center is a unique facility dedicated to providing state-of-the-art outpatient oncology services. With the resources of the Northwell Health Cancer Institute, we provide exceptional care for virtually every type of cancer.

Areas of expertise

The state-of-the-art Children’s Cancer Center at Staten Island University Hospital has a team of renowned specialists dedicated to providing the highest quality care for kids with cancer for the best possible outcomes.

We offer a full range of state-of-the-art radiation therapy services for adult and pediatric patients in a supportive and compassionate environment.

We are the first to serve our community with the total spectrum of breast related care, addressing all breast health needs at one site.

We provide diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of patients with various cancers including prostate, bladder and kidney.

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