Expect to find some of the best cancer care and cancer treatments in New York’s Southern Tier at UHS, including cancer screenings and diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship and support services.
Advanced, Accredited Oncology Care & Treatment
You can trust that you’re getting the highest level of New York cancer treatment and diagnosis screenings in the Binghamton area at UHS from some of the best oncology doctors that treat a variety of cancer conditions. Our commitment to sophisticated, comprehensive cancer care is evidenced by several accreditations, which include:
- Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons
- National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers
- American College of Radiology Oncology Practice
What these commendations mean for you is safe, trustworthy cancer and oncology care in New York for Binghamton and the surrounding area that takes advantage of the latest and most advanced cancer treatment therapies available.
Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Team
While one oncologist (cancer doctor) may be your primary care provider for your cancer treatment, many doctors and medical personnel at UHS will contribute to the development of your care plan.
You’ll benefit from our multidisciplinary team approach to cancer care. Our medical staff comes together frequently to share information about the latest developments in the field and advise each other on diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
Journey Beads Program
Celebrating every step in your cancer journey
We know how hard it is to cope with a diagnosis of cancer. Every step in that journey is a milestone, a victory.
And we believe every one of those victories should be celebrated. That’s why we’re offering Journey Beads, a series of free, colored glass beads you can wear on a silk string.
Each bead symbolizes an important point in your journey, a specific procedure or trial you have endured.
The beads serve as a testament to your strength and courage, a reminder of your endurance as a fighter and survivor.
Beads and strings are available at both Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology at UHS Wilson Medical Center, and from our Oncology Nurse Navigators. Beads are also available in the Oncology Department at UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital in Norwich. Just ask.
Wear your Journey Beads to mark the steps you want to celebrate in your journey, your own unique walk of fortitude and hope.
Expert Cancer Care Close to Home
Find exceptional cancer services throughout the UHS service area in New York’s Southern Tier. Services and cancer treatments may vary by location. Your oncology will refer you to the cancer treatment facility and oncologist in the Binghamton area that best suits your care needs.
This is the story of a UHS patient and his experience with coordinated care at UHS Oncology.View more patient stories >
Road to Recovery Program
UHS recently partnered with the American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery program, which removes barriers to cancer treatment by providing people facing cancer with free transportation to treatment and other medical appointments.Learn More >
What Patients are Saying
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital takes photos with SantaNovember 28, 2023
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital teamed up with the Walton Chamber of Commerce to host photos with Santa after the annual parade and tree-lighting!
UHS Home Care services are a lifeline for manyNovember 27, 2023
UHS is the leading provider of home care services in the Greater Binghamton area. Our home care programs offer a wide array of services, including highly skilled, specialized nursing care, monitors and nutritional supplies, durable medical equipment and many therapies.
UHS finds ‘Gold’ in workforce well-beingNovember 20, 2023
The American Heart Association has awarded UHS national Gold-level recognition for our commitment to employee health and well-being as measured by the Association’s 2023 Workforce Well-being Scorecard™.
‘Our family tree’ can be a healthy conversationNovember 20, 2023
Family get-togethers, like Thanksgiving, are a great time to ask relatives about your family’s health history. Then you can partner with your physician to look for chronic health issues that might suggest an inherited predisposition.