Radiation Oncology at David H. Koch Center

Clinical Services: Radiation Oncology
Upper East Side
1283 York Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10065
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(212) 746-3607

Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital opened the David H. Koch Center in April 2018. Located on 1283 York Avenue between East 68th and 69th Streets, this innovative facility offers individualized, integrated outpatient care—from diagnosis to treatment to aftercare.

Expert and supportive care, personalized to every patient 

We take a personal approach to cancer care. Our expert radiation oncologists are faculty physicians from Weill Cornell Medicine. Alongside a team of other specialists, they design targeted cancer therapies to each patient’s individual tumor needs. Radiation therapy is administered in our supportive, beautiful facilities—where the only focus is our patients’ physical, psychological, and social wellbeing. 

To complement radiation therapy, the David H. Koch Center also provides integrative health services (nutritional consultation, acupuncture, yoga, psychotherapy, massage, and others). These services are specifically designed to help patients relieve stress, achieve and maintain a healthy weight, build resilience, and optimize health. 

Most advanced cancer treatment technology in New York state  

At the David H. Koch Center, our team of highly trained and experienced radiation oncologists uses the most advanced technology available, which enhances patient care, experience, and outcomes. 

Our Center has the only MRIdian SmartVISION™ MR image guidance system in New York State. 

This advanced technology combines magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with linear accelerator radiation delivery. Using highly accurate images of the tumor, as well as surrounding tissue and organs, our faculty physicians can more precisely target the cancer with radiation therapy, even when the tumor is moving.

This guidance system also:

●      Improves tumor and organ visibility

●      Tracks patient motion

●      Records radiation dose delivered

●      Can be used for existing treatmentsxemplary, seamless experience

The David H. Koch Center aims to make the patient and family experience stress free and convenient with:

●      Private waiting and recovery rooms

●      “Smartband” technology to map itineraries

●      Restaurant-quality food onsite

●      Mobile app to coordinate all components of care 

Our team

David H. Koch Center patients receiving radiation therapy are treated by Weill Cornell Medicine physicians. Experts in imaging, surgery, pathology, and medical oncology work together with our leading radiation oncologists to treat each patient’s unique cancer.

Our patients also benefit from our network of care across our other Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian radiation oncology centers in Lower Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.

We accept many major health insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid.

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