When you have Hodgkin Lymphoma or non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, it’s important that you receive care from a cancer center that is backed by cutting-edge research and that offers a multidisciplinary approach to care.
At the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC), our highly experienced cancer care team is here to help you navigate every step of your journey.
At the HICCC, our caregivers see hundreds of people with lymphoma each year. You will receive the gold-standard care - as we’re reinventing it. You’ll have the benefit of working with our team of doctors and Columbia University researchers, in the lab and in clinical trials.
We’re recognized by US News & World Report as the top hospital in New York and the #4 hospital in the nation, and we’re backed by the power of the National Cancer Institute, which designated Columbia University as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, its highest designation.
Your own team of lymphoma experts
You will have a team of lymphoma specialists, who will design a treatment plan that is specific to your health and your personal wishes. You will feel like a valuable part of this team, because you are. And, your compassionate care team at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital will treat you with the warmth and respect you deserve.
Your team will coordinate your care from treatment through survivorship, so you have less to worry about. At the HICCC, you’ll be able to get award-winning care across the board, all in one place.
Access to leading clinical trials
At the HICCC, the discoveries made here in our labs lead to new ways to treat cancer.
When you have lymphoma, you want to have access to clinical research studies only available at large academic cancer centers like the HICCC. These research studies are testing new drugs that fight cancer and new ways of delivering therapy.
We have one of the largest clinical trials centers for lymphoma in the United States.
A wealth of support services
We created our Patient Support Services to provide you with care and support outside of traditional medical care. Through this service, you’ll have access to complementary treatments like acupuncture, resources for stress management, yoga therapy, spiritual support, support groups, and more.