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CalvaryCare® in the Bronx, NY

1740 Eastchester Road
Bronx, NY 10461
Phone: 718-518-2000

CalvaryCare® in the Bronx, NY

Calvary Hospital Bronx Campus
1740 Eastchester Road, Bronx, NY 10461
Phone: 718-518-2000
Fax: 718-518-2670

For nearly 120 years, Calvary Hospital has devoted itself to one mission — addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of terminally ill patients and their loved ones. We care for adult patients with advanced cancer as well as other life-limiting illnesses.

CalvaryCare® includes outstanding end-of-life in the inpatient setting, in the home setting, and supportive services for the entire family, including more than two dozen free bereavement support groups that meet weekly in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan.

CalvaryCare® is available on an inpatient basis at four facilities: 200-bed hospital in the Bronx, 25-bed Brooklyn Campus, The Dawn Greene Hospice (a 10-bed unit at Mary Manning Walsh Home in Manhattan), and Ozanam Hall of Queens Nursing Home.

Calvary Hospice offers home care and hospice in a variety of settings including private homes, nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities. Short-term inpatient care at The Dawn Greene Hospice and Ozanam Hall is provided under the oversight of the Calvary Hospice. Wherever Calvary delivers its care, the quality is the same as in its flagship Bronx location.

To make a referral or to learn more about our services, please call 718-518-2000, ext. 2300, fax 585-565-3887 or email calvaryadmissions@calvaryhospital.org.

Virtual Tour of the Bronx Campus

About Calvary Hospital

Founded in 1899, Calvary Hospital is the nation’s only fully accredited acute care specialty hospital singularly devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients with advanced and life-limiting illnesses, without regard to race, religion, or economic status.

Calvary’s continuum of care includes inpatient care, care of complex wounds, home care, hospice, nursing home hospice, bereavement care, and extensive support programs for patients, families, and friends. Each year, Calvary cares for thousands of patients and their families.

CalvaryCare® is founded in the guiding principles of compassion, respect for the dignity of every patient, and non-abandonment of our patients and families. Our primary goal is to address the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the patient and their families.

Location Information

Admissions Requirements
To be considered for CalvaryCare®, patients must:

  • Be eligible for Hospice inpatient level of care; and
  • Require inpatient care for symptoms and care that cannot be managed effectively in the home setting

Personalized Assistance
The Community Outreach staff is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding Calvary’s services and to assist in the referral process. Criteria for admission can be clarified by calling an Outreach Liaison Nurse.

Referring Patients
Hospitals, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals can make referrals or inquiries directly to Calvary Hospice. We encourage families of prospective patients to contact us with any questions.

We offer on-site evaluation by a Calvary clinician.

To make a referral or to learn more about our services, please call 718-518-2000, ext. 2300, fax 718-518-2670 or email calvaryadmissions@calvaryhospital.org.

Learn more about admissions in our Admissions section.



Manhattan Express Bus to the Bronx:

BxM10 (Morris Park)

(MTA @ 718-330-1234 or www.mta.info)

Madison Ave. & 24th, 36th, 44th, 52nd,59th, 71stSt.,

3rd Ave. & 86th, 122nd St.

Bronx Stop = Morris Park & Eastchester Rd.

IRT East Side

  • Dyre Avenue (Lexington Express) train #5 to 180th Street.
  • Morris Park Avenue bus #21 to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.

  • #6 train (Lexington Local) to Westchester Square
  • #31 or #21 bus to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.

IRT West Side

  • 241st Street.
  • Train #2 (7th Avenue Express) to 180th Street.
  • Morris Park Avenue bus #21 northbound to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.

IND. 6th Avenue

  • 205th Street “D” Train to Fordham Road (Grand Concourse).
  • Pelham Bay bus #12 to Eastchester Road and Pelham Parkway.
  • Transfer to #31 bus to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.


  • Take Q44 to West Farms Square.
  • Take bus #21 northbound (in front of the school) to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.


  • IRT #4 or #5 train to 125th Street
  • Pelham #6 train to Westchester Square
  • Bus #21 or #31 to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.OR
  • IRT #2 or #5 to East 180th Street
  • Switch to bus #21 to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.OR
  • IND “F” train to Time Square Shuttle Train to Grand Central Station
  • Transfer to #6 train northbound to Westchester Square.
  • Transfer to bus #21 or #31 to Eastchester Road and Waters Place.




  • East Side Drive (FDR Drive) to Triborough Bridge.
  • Exit at Bruckner Expressway, then go on to the New England Thruway.
  • Exit at Pelham Parkway West.
  • Turn left onto Eastchester Road and continue to 1740.


  • Whitestone Bridge to Hutchinson River Parkway.
  • Exit at Pelham Parkway West.
  • Turn left onto Eastchester Road and continue to 1740.OR
  • Throgs Neck Bridge to Bruckner Express Way to New England Thruway to Pelham Parkway West.
  • Turn left onto Eastchester Road and continue south to 1740.


  • Hutchinson River Parkway south to East Tremont Avenue/Westchester Avenue exit.
  • Bear right to Waters Place, and turn right onto Eastchester Road.
  • Continue to 1740.OR
  • Saw Mill River Parkway south to Cross County Parkway east to Bronx River Parkway south.
  • East on Pelham Parkway, cross over to the service road and make a right onto Eastchester Road.
  • Continue to 1740.

Daily parking is available at our Bronx Campus onsite for a nominal fee.

Patient Care Program

The following program of care is available to Calvary patients and family members at the Bronx Campus:

  • Medical Team of 15 Physicians
  • Hospice and Palliative Care trained nursing and Social Work staff
  • Pastoral care department with 30 chaplains representing a range of faith backgrounds
  • 200 private rooms
  • Complimentary cable television and telephone service
  • Overnight accommodations for family members as needed
  • Kosher Hospitality Suite, Shabbat lounge and Kosher food
  • State-of-the-art patient care equipment
  • Beauty Salon offering haircuts in the salon or at the bedside
  • Therapeutic Music Program and Complimentary Therapies (coming soon)

Most hospitals employ just a handful of chaplains for their patients. Spiritual care is so valued at this Hospital, we employ 24 full-time chaplains. They are available seven days a week to care for the spiritual needs of patients and families.

Chaplains lead worship services regularly at our multi-faith chapel in the Bronx, visit the Brooklyn Campus regularly and provide individual counseling. They also perform sacraments and other religious rituals.

A Spanish-speaking ministry is available upon request. Spiritual care providers are also dedicated to caring for the spiritual needs of Calvary@Home patients, wherever they are receiving our care.

In 2004, when Calvary opened the Family Care Center at the Bronx Campus, it was the first of its kind. Adults and youngsters alike visit the FCC as a respite from the patient floors.


My wife Doris loved life more than anyone. When her lung cancer began to spread, we prayed that the end would be pain-free. Our prayers were answered by the skills and compassion of the doctors and nurses at Calvary Hospital. Until the very end, we held hands, we laughed, we cried. Nothing is more miraculous than Calvary.

Aaron Donner

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

Absolutely wonderful place and people. I am in awe of the spirit and faith that maintains this staff.

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

Calvary Hospital helped our dying mother receive a r’fuah sh’lemah.
The informal translation of this expression is, ‘Get Well Soon.’ But, how does one cure an incurable disease? Physically, you cannot. Emotionally and spiritually, however, Calvary’s Home Hospice proves that you can. It is a perfect healing that your magnificent program provided to Mother in her final year. Peter, a trusted family friend and EMT, who suggested that we consider inviting Calvary Hospital to come into her home and provide another kind of cure, was right. The expert staff of Calvary@Home alleviated her physical pain, as well as the mental anguish through which our family, particularly my nonagenarian father, was suffering. In fact, your staff cared as much for him as it did for my mother. Your nurse, social worker, and rabbi made sure that my mother and all of us, her family, were granted peace and serenity, free from pain, stress, and anxiety. It was a perfect healing that combined compassion and care. We witnessed firsthand how Calvary truly is Where Life Continues.

Leon M. Metzger

When my sister Lois was diagnosed with terminal cancer, I knew, being a nurse myself, that Calvary offered the best in end-of-life care. Everything I heard about Calvary Hospital and their nurses was true. I’d never seen medical care like it.

Joyce Cushman

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

The day our father was admitted to Calvary, we prayed that he wouldn’t suffer during his final days and that you would relieve his excruciating pain. We thought we were wishing for miracles. Not only did you relieve his suffering, our entire family benefited from the remarkable care your staff provided

Laurie Goldman & Donna Garber

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

We used Calvary’s at home hospice for my father. I cannot say enough good things about them. They were the most wonderful caring, compassionate human beings I have ever encountered. They treated him with the utmost respect, dignity and gentleness. Bless you, Calvary. We shall never forget your kindness. Thank you.

Elyse B.
Bronx Campus Map