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Welcome to North Shore Hematology Oncology Associates, PC

We are ACR Accredited

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NSHOA Difference


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Welcome to North Shore Hematology Oncology Associates, PC.

For over thirty-five years, NSHOA has been a community-based private practice providing premium healthcare for our patients using the latest treatment techniques. We are always on the cutting edge of technology and medicine, while ensuring that our patients are treated with dignity and respect. Although we generally only care for adults, we do consider treatment for some young adults on a case-by-case basis.

NSHOA is the premier Hematology/Oncology medical group in the metro area with offices located in East Setauket, Smithtown and Patchogue. We currently have two Radiation Oncology office in East Setauket and Patchogue.

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