World class cancer care. Close to home.

For more than 30 years, New York Oncology Hematology has been delivering world class care to patients with cancer and blood disorders – right here in New York’s Greater Capital Region. With a team of 32 physicians, we are the region’s largest provider of cancer treatment. We offer seven convenient locations, including Albany, Albany Medical Center, Amsterdam, Hudson, Rexford, Troy – and Clifton Park, our newest location in Saratoga County.

At NYOH, we offer advanced treatment options in medical oncology, radiation oncology neuro-oncology and hematology, including the region’s only stem cell transplant program. Through our affiliation with The US Oncology Network, one of the nation’s largest cancer research networks, our clinical research operation is the largest in the area, bringing hundreds of national drug trials directly to our patients.

As a private, physician-owned practice, we are able to work closely with every patient, creating a personalized treatment plan. And our team of physicians, nurses and staff are with you every step of the way – providing the information and support you need to focus on treatment and healing.

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Patient Testimonials

  • Diane O., RN, Breast Cancer Survivor

    "NYOH’s Clifton Park location was perfect for me to get to work and home every day during treatment.... Read More

    Diane O., RN, Breast Cancer Survivor
  • Jennifer H., Breast Cancer Survivor

    "NYOH was different than most medical experiences because they look at the whole person—not just diagnosis and treatment.... Read More

    Jennifer H., Breast Cancer Survivor
  • Lyn H., Breast Cancer Survivor

    "I was trying to get pregnant when I received my diagnosis. The day our daughter was born, thanks to our... Read More

    Lyn H., Breast Cancer Survivor
  • Michael K., Prostate Cancer Survivor

    Being somewhat hesitant about getting treatment locally, I considered going to a large city.  After meeting with doctors in... Read More

    Michael K., Prostate Cancer Survivor