Welcome to the Cancer Program at White Plains Hospital, home to the Dickstein Cancer Treatment Center and your circle of care during the often overwhelming and emotional time following a cancer diagnosis. Initially accredited in 1993, we are approved by The American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer as a Community Comprehensive Cancer Program. We were one of only 82 hospitals in the United States and the only hospital in Westchester County, to receive the Commission’s Outstanding Achievement Award in 2009.
As the leading regional cancer facility, the WPH Cancer Program provides patients with the best care available in an easily accessible setting. Your circle of care is complete cancer care—the only kind of care you will find at The Cancer Program at White Plains Hospital.
For an overview of our program, you can also review our Cancer Program Annual Report.
Our Cancer Services and Resources
Because health and well-being are essential for both cancer patients and families, we strive to meet your physical and psychosocial needs by combining state-of-the-art diagnostic treatment technologies, surgical techniques, and professional expertise with a compassionate, respectful, and personal approach to patient care.
Meet Joshua Raff, MD, Chief of Hematology/Oncology
and Chairman of the Gastrointestinal Cancer Conference