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CalvaryCare® in Brooklyn, NY

At NYU Langone

CalvaryCare® in Brooklyn, NY

Calvary Hospital’s Brooklyn Campus is the first “hospital-within-a-hospital” in New York State.

Patients at our Brooklyn Campus receive the same hallmark CalvaryCare® that patients receive at our main facility in the Bronx. Organized, staffed, and operated by Calvary Hospital, our Brooklyn location occupies approximately 13,000 square feet on NYU Langone’s third floor, located at 150 55th Street, Brooklyn, New York.

Our home care and hospice services in Brooklyn are designed to meet and address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of patients and their loved ones, wherever they reside.

For admission to Calvary Hospital or Outpatient Clinic, an application needs to be completed and submitted for review. Admission applications and descriptive brochures are available through the Community Outreach Department. For assistance, please call (718) 518-2300.

Tour of the Brooklyn Campus

About CalvaryCare® in Brooklyn, NY

Calvary Hospital is proud to bring our care to Brooklyn. From its inception in 1899, Calvary Hospital has been faithfully devoted to providing care to adult patients in the advanced stages of cancer, and other life-limiting illnesses.

Our programs include inpatient care, case management, hospice, home care and support programs for families and friends. At our Brooklyn Campus, patients receive expert pain and symptom management from a multidisciplinary team.

Our Brooklyn location is centrally located and easily accessible from Bay Ridge, Greenwood, Dyker Heights, Borough Park, Bensonhurst, For Hamilton and Park Slope.

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Testimonials

Once my wife, Maureen, was at Calvary, her suffering eased. She was sitting up, talking, and even eating ice cream. For those few precious days, you gave her back her dignity — and you gave me back my wife.

Ben Fargione

designer

My husband Jimmy suffered terribly with the pain of advanced cancer. The HMOs denied us financial coverage for Calvary. They left us with Jimmy to die an agonizing death. But Calvary wouldn’t abandon us. You said, ‘If we can’t care for Jimmy, let us close our doors rather than close our hearts.

Joyce Parks

I could not have asked for, nor could I have given, better care to my mom.

Carolyn Migliore, RN

Near the end of my brother’s life, I convinced him to leave Puerto Rico and come to America where they could handle his pain and suffering. During my brother’s final days we saw only happiness and love. God answered our prayers by sending us to Calvary.

Maria DeJesus

My husband John was 56 when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. We had no idea of how to handle the process of dying. Until we went to Calvary Hospital. Medically, emotionally, and spiritually, you taught us how to handle John’s death. We weren’t afraid anymore.

Laurie Hathorn

They are the gold standard in the very special care they provide.
5-star

Larry S.

Special thanks to the angels who provided the light for our brother Howard’s path. A truly exceptional staff.

Alexia R.

We were truly blessed the day Calvary Staff became involved in my mom’s care at the nursing home where she was a resident. The most supportive health care team I have ever met.
Yelp 5 star

My Mother received Calvary at Home Hospice Care, and she was given excellent care by the nurses and home health aides… The nurses that come  to check on my mother were very professional, friendly and compassionate, and did everything to make her comfortable… With the help of Calvary we were able to honor my Mother’s wishes to be at home, and to die with dignity surrounded by her family.

Patricia L.

We knew that dad, who was dying of brain cancer, would probably not make it to our wedding. Luckily, Calvary offered us their chapel for the ceremony. There was dad, sitting front and center at the wedding with his bright rosy cheeks… Dad passed away just a few weeks later, but not before you gave him back his love for life… and a front row seat at his daughter’s wedding.

Bridget Cevasco

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