The Division of Interventional Radiology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center has a long tradition of expertise, innovation and leadership in the field of Interventional Radiology and is renowned for its outstanding patient care, education and research.
"Dr. Kesselman is a compassionate and caring person. His expertise as an Interventional radiologist is without rival. As a previous cirrhosis patient he performed a procedure known as a TIPS which allowed me to live longer while waiting for a liver transplant. The technique was excellent and superbly executed. But the main factor with Dr kesselman is his kindness and concern. I was very touched by his attitude towards me and I am proud to call him a friend."
"I saw 3 radiologists in consultation, and my gynecologist told me that he was "the" guy for fibroid embolization in NYC. I can see why, he knew more than the others, and I felt a lot more comfortable to be in his care. He even impressed my mother - no easy feat."
"Dr. McClure is unusual for a cancer doctor and a urologist in that he sincerely cares about his patients, is a good listener and believes in a collaborative approach, where he values the input and feelings of the patient. Despite his busy schedule, he takes time with his patients. Having seen many different doctors due to a significant diagnosis, I recommend him without reservation. Dr .McClure very likely saved me from serious complications when he urged me to have a biopsy against the advice of a better known and much more experienced doctor (affiliated with a major medical institution). It turned out Dr. McClure was correct. I definitely needed treatment which would have been postponed to my detriment if I hadn't taken Dr. McClure's advice. I trust him totally."