Where to refer a patient is an important decision at New York Oncology Hematology, we are proud that hundreds of leading physicians and medical professionals trust us with their patients. They continue to refer to NYOH because they are confident their patients are getting personal, comprehensive care for cancer and blood disorders.
With a team of 34 physicians, 19 advanced practice providers and more than 350 cancer care specialists, NYOH is truly a one-stop source, offering diagnostic imaging, medical oncology, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, stem cell transplantation and clinical trials across our six convenient locations in Albany, Albany Medical Center, Amsterdam, Hudson, Troy and Clifton Park, our newest location in Saratoga County.
Because we focus solely on cancer and blood disorders, physicians also know that NYOH is committed to providing the specialized supportive care and services that patients and their loved ones need during treatment. From chemotherapy classes to Hereditary Risk Assessment, we tailor our treatment to each patient.
At NYOH, we are connected by an electronic medical records system that provides fast, accurate and effective sharing of information across disciplines. Because treatment plans today often involve multiple therapies, this system allows us to monitor patients closely, to achieve best possible outcomes. It also allows us to share important information via our patient portal and with referring physicians.
At New York Oncology Hematology, we work closely with referring physicians to ensure a seamless continuity of patient care. We keep you informed of your patient’s progress and return the patient to you for follow-up care.
To refer a patient, please call the location where the patient would be seen or fill out our online referral form.
Below is the checklist for medical records we will need prior to the patient's first visit.
Thank you for providing all the appropriate records in advance. This makes it faster for us to begin treatment.
If you have questions, please contact us at the location where the patient will be seen.