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Under the leadership of Pierre Saldinger, MD, Chair of the Department of Surgery and Surgeon in Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens and Professor of Clinical Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, the pancreatic and biliary service at NYP Queens has grown into a comprehensive program offering a wide spectrum of therapies for pancreatic and biliary malignancies and other disorders.
When New York Cancer & Blood Specialists psychologist William DiScipio, PhD, Dip.Psych, was a college student, he studied psychology to find a profession compatible with his skills and human values. Now, 50 years later, he uses it to help individuals with a facet of cancer that is too often in the shadows: the mental health disturbances caused by the trauma of the disease.
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While bariatric surgery has been performed for some time at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center (BMHMC), the American College of Surgeons-accredited program has added surgeons and deepened collaborations to provide a true comprehensive bariatric care model.
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Offering a full range of clinical neuroscience services — from medical and surgical radiation treatments for tumors to back and spine surgery to trauma care — St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center aims to provide tertiary-level care to Long Island residents.
The Eastchester Center for Breast Care, led by Nella Shapiro, MD, Director of Breast Surgery at the Eastchester Center for Breast Center, is now a division of New York Cancer & Blood Specialists. Dr. Shapiro is a well-known and respected surgeon who has treated multiple generations of patients in the Bronx and surrounding boroughs of New York City.
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More than 5 million Americans have at least moderately serious heart valve disease. St. Francis Hospital Heart Valve Center at Good Samaritan is dedicated to using its Proven expertise to ensure patients have access to quality, effective treatment.