Inpatient Care

The in-patient component of the Division of Pediatric and Adolescent Hematology, Oncology, and Stem Cell Transplantation is located in the New York Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital. The hospital is on the corner of Broadway and 165th Street in northern Manhattan, easily accessible by public transportation and valet parking is available.

The Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital consists of three buildings: North, Center, and Tower. All three buildings emphasize child-friendliness and comfort. We want children to experience as much of their childhoods as possible, even if they’re in the hospital.

New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

3959 Broadway (165th Street and Broadway), New York, NY 10032


We have 250 medical-surgical beds, of which 50% are occupied by the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Child and Adolescent Intensive Care Unit. Additional dedicated child and adolescent amenities and services include diagnostic and interventional radiology, ten surgical operating theaters, recovery rooms, two procedure and endoscopy rooms, The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Emergency Room, and the Wintergarden event space, Jou Jou’s restaurant, and a gift shop.

The Tower is a new facility that opened its doors in 2006. The Division of Pediatric and Adolescent Hematology, Oncology, and Stem Cell Transplantation occupies a dedicated unit encompassing the entire 5th floor of the new Tower building.The unit has been designed with the needs of children and families in mind:

  • It features a welcoming lobby.
  • It consists of 26 beds, of which 14 are single rooms; seven rooms are positive pressure suitable for high-risk stem cell transplant patients.
  • There are three nursing stations, and a staff work-computer room.
  • There’s a large play room (which is also a classroom), and a family lounge and kitchen
  • It has a dedicated chemotherapy pharmacy, and two procedure rooms.


Outpatient Care

We are dedicated to making the out-patient experience at the Division as comforting as possible for the children and families affected by cancer and blood disorders.

The Herbert Irving Pavilion is the out-patient home for the Division and for the entire Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Child and Adolescent Center, designed by the architectural firm Gwathemy Siegal is an award-winning 11,000 square foot space that occupies the entire 7th floor; it is bright, clean, and patient and family friendly.

Herbert Irving Child and Adolescent Center

161 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY 10032


The outpatient staff includes physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, child-life therapists, music therapists, art therapists, psychologists, integrative therapy practitioners, research nurses, coordinators, and administrative personnel.

The unit also contains the following:

  • A welcoming reception area and waiting rooms
  • A 15-chair infusion center
  • Private examination rooms
  • Three isolation beds
  • A child-life area
  • Computer-work room for staff
  • A kitchen and dining room
  • A private integrative therapies room
  • Physician and staff offices