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  • Anders Cohen, DO

    First to Perform New Spinal Fusion Technique

    Anders Cohen, DO, leads Neurosurgery. See his latest “first.”

  • Tyrana Carter

    Meet Tyrana Carter!

    Tyrana Carter is truly part of our community — and a TBHC patient! Read her story

  • The Brooklyn Cancer Center

    The Brooklyn Cancer Center Opens!

    Don’t travel out of Brooklyn for excellent cancer care! Learn more.

  • Have your baby at TBHC!

    Have your baby at TBHC!

    TBHC is committed to making sure you and your baby have a healthy, happy experience.

    Learn more and watch a video!

  • Robotic Surgery

    1,000th Robotic Surgery!

    TBHC offers latest minimally invasive procedures, including robotic surgery. Learn more

  • Physicians Pavilion

    Check Out the Pavilion

    Our specialty practices are located in a beautiful building in Fort Greene! Learn more and watch a video!

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What's New?

  • New Chief Medical Officer at The Brooklyn Hospital Center
    The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) is pleased to announce that Sam Amirfar, MD, MS, has been appointed Chief Medical Officer. He will continue in his role as Chief Information Officer.... Read more
  • Imaging Center Opens in Brooklyn
    Brooklyn Imaging, a partnership between New York Cancer & Blood Specialists (NYCBS), one of the leading oncology practices in the nation, and The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC), a community hospital in Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn, reached a significant milestone by opening its newly established diagnostic imaging center at 172 Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, just across the street from the recently opened 10,000 square-foot Brooklyn Cancer Center, another similar partnership between the two institutions.... Read more
  • The Covid mask requirement lifted at TBHC starting May 1
    In response to the state and federal government relaxation of mask mandates, and the decline in active Covid cases, masks will no longer be required for TBHC staff, patients or visitors in the hospital or at any of the ambulatory locations. Anyone choosing to still wear a mask is, of course, welcome to do so.... Read more

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