The Weill Cornell Medicine Division of Surgical Oncology is an international leader in surgical treatments for a variety of cancers, including bile duct, colorectal, endocrine, esophagus, gallbladder, liver pancreatic, melanoma, peritoneal, sarcoma, and stomach cancer. Using the latest research and technology, we help you achieve optimal health and well-being.
Our surgical oncologists have extensive experience treating a wide array of both malignant (cancerous) as well as benign (non-cancerous) tumors.
The Weill Cornell Medicine Division of Surgical Oncology surgeons have collectively performed thousands of procedures, from minimally invasive surgeries to robotic-assisted treatments for rare and complex tumors. Our surgeons are experts in the most innovative and advanced surgical techniques available, making them uniquely qualified to treat complex or challenging cases.
Our surgeons use the most advanced surgical techniques and technology available. We specialize in minimally invasive techniques — including laparoscopic and robotic-assisted surgical procedures — which offer effective care for our patients with less pain and shorter recovery.
As a scientifically based, academic institution, we are at the forefront of the latest treatments. Our dedication to improving the health of patients with colon and rectal disorders extends to innovative research programs.
To support you throughout your journey, we provide you with a dedicated care team, including surgeons, nurses and staff. Our surgeons and nurses will empower you with information about your condition and treatment options, and together with your surgeon, you will determine the best treatment plan based on your specific condition, lifestyle goals and overall health.
Our doctors diagnose and treat your condition using state-of-the-art diagnostics. Patients from around the region seek care from the Weill Cornell Medicine Division of Surgical Oncology because of our surgeons’ depth and breadth of expertise. Our surgical oncologists work closely with pathologists to determine the cancer’s stage, which we base on the progression of the cancer, its location, size, and number of tumors. At Weill Cornell Medicine, you will receive care from a collaborative team of experts committed to providing you with the most comprehensive and appropriate treatment designed specifically for you.
Whether you visit us virtually through a video visit or you see us in person, you can be assured that we will deliver the highest standards of care with compassion.
If you would like a remote second opinion, we can connect you directly with expert physicians and specialists at Weill Cornell Medicine. Learn more about WCM OnDemand Second Opinion.
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