Recalling his decision to become a surgeon, Dr. Zonenshayn says, "It's very gratifying to play a key role in resolving a patient's pain and discomfort . . . "

Meet Martin Zonenshayn, M.D., Chief, Division of Neurosurgery, New York Methodist Hospital.

Read more here.

Share this

font size Down Arrow Up arrow

Back To Main Page

Surgery for Cancer


Certified by the Commission on Cancer, New York Methodist provides a multifaceted approach to treating cancer that may include radiation, chemotherapy, and/or surgery as necessary depending on the individual needs and choices of each patient.

NYM patients have access to some of the most advanced surgical techniques available today, which have application in the following areas:

Experts in plastic and reconstructive surgery are also available to provide these services after mastectomy and other procedures that affect appearance or function. Patients recover from cancer surgery on our dedicated surgical and oncology units, where specially trained nurses and technicians offer the attention and care needed during the post-surgical period. Patient education and referrals to support groups and other services are routinely given to patients on the unit by the oncology nurses.

Learn about non-surgical treatments for cancer.

Contact NYM

Let us help you find what you're looking for