Our Patroon Creek office has reopened. Use lower lot entrance for all appointments. Albany Medical Center patients should continue to use upper lot entrance to check in for appointments in Suite 210. Radiation, PET and CT patients use radiation entrance in lower lot.Learn More

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  • Important Parking Information for Patroon Creek & Albany Medical Center Patients


    NYOH has made office changes due to COVID-19 and the completed office renovations. Please use the map for specific directions on parking and entrances. Patroon Creek: NYOH is pleased to announce our renovated Patroon Creek office is now open for all patient appointments. Patients who are normally seen in our Patroon Creek office should return to parking in the... Read More

  • Dr. Bellomo Discusses CAR T-cell Therapy in HemOnc Today


    NYOH's Dr. Courtney Bellomo is featured on the cover of the June issue of HemOnc Today. Inside the medical journal, she offers her perspective on the quality of life challenges still facing patients receiving CAR T-cell therapy. CAR T-cell therapy is a new treatment, where a patient's cells are removed, genetically modified... Read More

  • New York Oncology Hematology Partners with St. Peter’s Hospital to Test Cancer Drug in COVID-19 Patients


    Promising local results of off-label use acalabrutinib are part of findings published national medical journal NYOH is playing a role in new exploratory research, testing a cancer drug on several COVID-19 patients. The promising results are part of new research that appears in Science Immunology. The research involves acalabrutinib, a member of a class of drugs known as Bruton&rsquo... Read More

  • NYOH’s Troy Office to Re-Open on June 15th


    New York Oncology Hematology will re-open its Troy office for patient appointments and treatment on Monday, June 15th. The office, at 258 Hoosick Street, was temporarily merged with NYOH’s Patroon Creek and Clifton Park locations in March, due to COVID-19. While some patients may continue treatment at the Patroon Creek or Clifton Park locations, those with appointments... Read More

  • To Life! Honors Dr. Karen Tedesco


    Congratulations to Dr. Karen Tedesco, the 2020 recipient of the "Extra Mile" award at To Life's "A Toast To Life! Serving with Gratitude,A Toast To Life! Serving with Gratitude,”  virtual celebration on June 2, 2020 at 7pm. Dr. Tedesco is being recognized for her commitment to breast cancer research, advocacy and education. Dr. Tedesco currently serves as... Read More

  • Dr. Evangelist, Dr. Hussain now seeing patients in Clifton Park


       Makenzi Evangelist, MD and Azam Hussain, MD are now seeing patients at NYOH's Clifton Park office, located at 3 Crossing Blvd., just off Exit 9 of the Northway in Saratoga County.  Both physicians will continue to see patients at NYOH's Albany Medical Center office (which is currently relocated to our Patroon Creek location, due... Read More

  • Avoid Phone Tag: “Private Caller” or “No Caller ID” may be NYOH calling


    If you see  “Private Caller” or "No Caller ID" on your phone, please pick up – it may be NYOH trying to reach you! Because many NYOH team members are currently working from home, the phones they call from do not appear as “NYOH” on your caller ID. Instead, they say “Private Caller”... Read More

  • #NewYorkTough - Amsterdam team creates video for state contest


    When Governor Andrew Cuomo asked New Yorkers to create videos about why it continues to be important to wear a mask, our Amsterdam team answered the call! Videos were submitted across the state with the hashtag #NewYorkTough. The winning entry will be made into a statewide public service announcement. Read More

  • Cancer during COVID-19: Dr. Evangelist on WAMC’s Medical Monday


    A recent guest on WAMC's Medical Monday, Dr. Makenzi Evangelist explained the ways NYOH is keeping patients safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. These include virtual visits, masks and not allowing guests at appointments. She also took listener questions about cancer treatment during the coronavirus.  A lung cancer specialist and lead investigator on lung cancer clinical... Read More

  • Cancer Won’t Wait: NYOH Urges Scheduling of Surgeries & Procedures


    As the region’s largest cancer care provider, New York Oncology Hematology is urging anyone who has postponed cancer-related surgeries or procedures to schedule right away, now that the New York State Department of Health has granted waivers for area hospitals to re-start elective, out-patient surgeries. “Cancer treatment can’t wait for the end of COVID-19,... Read More

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