Surgical Oncology - Upper East Side

Clinical Services: Surgical Oncology
Upper East Side
525 E. 68th Street
New York, NY 10065
Upper East Side
1283 York Avenue, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10065
Upper East Side
1315 York Avenue, Ground Level
New York, NY 10021

Weill Cornell Medicine treats both benign and malignant tumors with expert care and personalized attention.

Our surgeons provide comprehensive treatment in partnership with medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and microvascular surgeons. As one of the top academic medical centers in the country, our patients also have access to disease-specific clinical trials.

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What Our Patients Are Saying

Ed M.

"Dr Fahey was very patient and very clearly explained the procedure, a needle biopsy of the thyroid. I was very apprehensive but he calmed me down and I barely felt anything. His staff was very nice and his nurse practitioner, Erin, was very thorough and caring. My wife accompanied me for the visit and procedure and we both agreed that not only would we use him if surgery was necessary, but we would recommend him to anyone who needed a surgeon with his skills."

Oct 04, 2018
Source: Healthgrades

"Dr. Fahey is an exceptional doctor and person all around. Not only is he an excellent doctor but he genuinely cares and takes his time with you as he cares for his patients. An A+ surgeon with a great team behind him. If there are any reviews of a wait time it’s because he actually takes time with his patients, very thorough and caring. They don’t make medical gems like this that often anymore. Thank you for your healing and expertise Doc."

Sep 29, 2018
Source: Healthgrades
Benvenuti Benvenuti

"Dr. Swistel not only saved my life but he also saved my sister's life, three times from breast cancer. He's not only a genius surgeon but one of the most genuine, caring human beings I know. He is so kind and thorough! had Dr. Swistel not been persistent to the point of having his secretary call me for a follow-up, I would not be here today to tell my story. What other physicians couldn't figure out, Dr. Swistel was able to diagnose that the lump in my breast was not breast cancer but Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Maria Benvenuti & Telmiza Benvenuti"

Sep 20, 2018
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