Due to renovations at our Patroon Creek office, the regular entrance in the lower lot is CLOSED. Patients (including those from our Troy and Albany Medical Center locations) must use the upper lot entrance for Suite 210 and 211. However, Radiation, PET and CT imaging patients can use our separate Radiation Entrance in the lower lot. Learn More

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  • New Entrance at Patroon Creek Office


    Due to renovations at our Patroon Creek office, patients should use the upper lot entrance (photo below) and proceed to Suites 210 and 211 for appointments. At this time, our regular entrance in the lower lot is closed.   NYOH Entrance: Suites 210 and 211 This includes patients who are coming from our Troy and Albany Medical Center Offices. Prescriptions may also be... Read More

  • NYOH Employees Celebrate Patients, Nurses & Staff


    NYOH employees, currently working from home, gathered outside the windows of our offices to show their support for patients, nurses and other staff who continue to provide direct care.  Keeping social distance, they held signs and cheered outside the infusion suites to let the brave folks inside, who are giving and receiving treatment, know they are on our minds... Read More

  • NYOH to Temporarily Merge Albany Medical Center Office with Patroon Creek Location


    NYOH to Temporarily Merge Albany Medical Center Office with Patroon Creek Location Move Will Assist Hospital in Meeting Governor Cuomo’s Call to Expand COVID-19 Capacity New York Oncology Hematology will temporarily merge its Albany Medical Center office, located inside the hospital, into its Patroon Creek location in Albany. NYOH is giving Albany Medical Center access to its 19,000 square... Read More

  • Coronavirus Advisory


    Whether you are a patient, caregiver, or close to someone with cancer, please know New York Oncology Hematology is deeply committed to the wellbeing of our patients. While we have no cases of 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at NYOH, we are taking recommended steps (see below) to ensure the health and safety of both our patients and staff.  Cancer... Read More

  • Dr. M. Azam Hussain Featured on Medical Monday on WAMC


    Dr. M. Azam Hussain was a recent guest on WAMC Northeast Public Radio’s “Medical Monday” program. Dr. Hussain, hematologist at NYOH was featured on the program answering questions from listeners who called in about the advances in Leukemia and Myeloma. Listen to Dr. Hussain on WAMC Medical Monday Read More

  • Local teen shares cancer research with NYOH


    After Dr. Michael Willen caught a story on Newschannel 13 about a local high school student who was conducting cancer research, we invited Hannah Shell to tour NYOH and present her research findings to a group of physicians and research staff. Our team was able to show how cancer research translates into clinical research trials which lead to new... Read More

  • Dr. Shaffer recognized for genitourinary cancer research


    The US Oncology Network recently recognized Dr. David Shaffer for enrolling the highest number of genitourinary cancers patients in clinical research trials, among more than 1,200 physicians in member practices across the country. Dr. Shaffer currently serves as chief investigator for GU cancers (prostate, bladder and renal cell) in New York Oncology Hematology’s clinical research program. He was recognized... Read More

  • Amsterdam PBA Donates $925


    Big thanks to the Amsterdam Police Benevolent Society, who sponsored a "No Shave November" event, raising over $900 for the NYOH Community Cancer Foundation. By donating $75, the officer could avoid the police department's "facial hair policy" and grow a beard for November. For an extra $25, they could keep it for December!  The event was coordinated by Detective Joe Spencer,... Read More

  • Thanks, Mechanicville Varsity Soccer!


    A school bus arrived at our Clifton Park office one recent afternoon and out poured the Mechanicville Girls Varsity Soccer Team -- with a donation of $4,625 for our NYOH Community Cancer Foundation! These inspiring young women designed the shirts they are wearing, secured sponsors (logos printed on the back) and sold the shirts as a fundraiser.  We... Read More

  • NYOH Community Cancer Foundation winner of the Times Union / Capital Region Giveaway


    With just over 22,000 votes cast over a three-week campaign, NYOH Community Cancer Foundation finished in the top ten of 38, not for profit organizations participating in the Times Union/ Capital Region Gives $100,000 Giveaway.  See the link to TU story This is a MAJOR opportunity for NYOH to tell the story of how we are... Read More

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