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  • June 23, 2017

    The Brooklyn Hospital Center Expands Local Access To World-Class Cardiac Care Services With The New Brooklyn Heart Center

    The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) is expanding local access to world-class cardiac care services with the recent opening of The Brooklyn Heart Center. The new service comes on the heels of TBHC’s recent recognitions for providing quality care for stroke and heart failure patients.

  • June 20, 2017

    Musicians On Call Launches Expansion Into The Brooklyn Hospital Center

    Musicians On Call (MOC), a groundbreaking nonprofit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in hospitals across the country, recently launched their expansion into The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) with the help of multi-Platinum selling recording artist Gavin DeGraw. A longtime MOC supporter, DeGraw performed for patients, families, and caregivers in the hospital’s pediatric unit.


  • June 15, 2017

    The Brooklyn Hospital Center And The Cancer Services Program Of Brooklyn Launch Community Education Initiative Promoting Early Colon Cancer Screening

    Brooklyn has some of the highest incidence and mortality rates in the New York State when it comes to colorectal cancer.Early colon cancer screening, detection and treatment can save lives. Yet, statistics show that colorectal cancer remains the second leading cause of cancer death in New York State. Each year, more than 9,000 New Yorkers develop colorectal cancer and more than 3,000 die as a result.

  • June 1, 2017

    The Brooklyn Heart Center, Hypertension & You

    Did you know that May was National Hypertension Month? The Brooklyn Heart Center provides preventative, diagnostic, interventional and emergency cardiac care, right here in your neighborhood. Read on to learn about the many resources available at TBHC when it comes to learning about hypertension and maintaining your cardiovascular health.  

  • June 1, 2017

    OP-ED: Colon Cancer: Early Detection Saves Lives

    Colon Cancer is a deadly disease that often remains under the radar. However, it recently received widespread local media attention after Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson died from colon cancer at the age 50 in 2016.