In a collaborative setting, our cardiologists, cardiothoracic, and vascular surgeons, perform thousands of non-invasive, minimally invasive, and interventional procedures yearly in state-of-the-art facilities, including two hybrid operating rooms, catheterization and electrophysiology labs, and a dedicated Vein Center.
Areas of Expertise
Office 12, Hall A
We are on the leading edge of cancer care, providing the full continuum of cancer treatments and supportive care services in a single convenient location. Our cancer specialists are experts at diagnosing and treating cancer tumors.
Viral infections generally must run their course, with treatment aimed at easing symptoms and providing some relief while you’re sick. Sometimes, antiviral medications are prescribed for specific infections.
Nowadays people should balance their life between technological progress and natural life. Technogenic influence may cause different diseases, including cancer. It’s crucial to defend yourself from such affection.
A specialized rehabilitation team helps patients achieve the highest quality of life by preventing disability and improving independence through a multi-disciplinary approach which includes a lot of types of therapy.
With innovation at the forefront of care, the Heart & Vascular Institute specializes in advanced heart failure, coronary artery disease, atrial fibrillation (AFib), all types of aortic aneurysms, valve disease, and many other cardiovascular conditions. And it’s all happening right here – in Brooklyn.
When we work
Doctors work schedule
What our customers say
I wanted to thank everyone at this facility for the quality of care and compassion they showed during my stay. I went into the emergency room . The staff in every part of the hospital was friendly, they made me laugh which kept my spirits up.
Today is my last day of infusion. But I know I will be back …not as a patient but a visitor. I have only positive things to say about the nurses at Medilife here in infusion and also on the 4th Floor. They all called me by my name when I walked in the door.