You want the best possible treatment for your patient!
At The New York Eye Cancer Center, we strive to deliver the same high level of care that you provide in your practice. We have the best diagnostic equipment available, operated by personnel specially trained to image eye tumors and related eye disease.
Dr. Finger brings more than 30 years of experience in research, teaching and clinical care for your patient. This combination of experience and technology enables us to provide excellence in diagnosis and treatment. Our results speak for themselves!
At The New York Eye Cancer Center, your patients will be treated with care. Dr. Finger believes that attention to detail results in the best possible outcomes. At the NYECC, we do all of this in a warm, caring environment that is always patient-centered.
Patients want to understand their medical problem and to have the best possible treatment. That is why most patients initially seen at The New York Eye Cancer Center are given a diagnosis. Based on that diagnosis, Dr. Finger gives a detailed explanation of the risks and benefits of each treatment option. Patients often ask, “If I were your sister, what would you recommend?” That said, Dr. Finger will give you his opinion of your best treatment option.
At The New York Eye Cancer Center, we want you to feel at home. When new patients call, they are given the next possible appointment. When insurance is a problem, our staff will work with you to get whatever approvals are required by your health care insurance. If that is not possible, we will work with you to help you gain access to our facility, so that you get treated quickly and with excellence.
Our offices have been recently renovated to make you more comfortable, with plenty of magazines and free Wi-Fi. Compared to most centers, our waiting times are relatively short. But keep in mind, The New York Eye Cancer Center only has eye tumor patients and these complex medical problems take time. Each new patient must be educated about their diagnosis and the unique aspects of their case. We make sure they understand the factors that might affect their care and outcomes.
Dr. Finger often says, “We must carry patients through their difficulties by minimizing their risk and maximizing their outcomes.” This requires patient education, mutual decision making and excellent care. When we are successful, the patient resumes their life allowing us to worry about subsequent care.