The next chapter in healthcare
Healthcare is changing, and White Plains Hospital is transforming the way our community accesses care. Over the past decade, White Plains Hospital has undergone the most substantial renovation and expansion of facilities in its entire history, creating a modern and comfortable healing environment for advanced care in the 21st century and beyond. The new Center for Advanced Medicine & Surgery represents the next phase in this ongoing transformation to provide the highest quality of sophisticated, state-of-the-art care for our community, close to home.
Center for Advanced Medicine & Surgery
The Center for Advanced Medicine & Surgery (CAMS) is White Plains Hospital's newest and largest dedicated outpatient facility. The building is the latest addition to the Hospital’s ongoing campus transformation—all aimed at bringing advanced care closer to home. The nine-story, 250,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility is located on 122 Maple Ave. (on the corner of Longview Avenue) in White Plains and connects the campus to both the Hospital and the Center for Cancer Care. CAMS offers access to world-class specialists; the latest technology and diagnostic testing; specialized clinical programs, including hyperbaric medicine; dedicated non-oncologic infusion; and the only PET/MRI in Westchester County—as well as innovative operating suites for same-day procedures.
Specialty care all in one location
The Hospital's mission is to provide the community with advanced care, close to home. Many of the area's most skilled physicians and specialty programs can be found at the new CAMS.
- Advanced imaging and women's imaging
- Heart and vascular including cardiology, electrophysiology and cardiothoracic surgeons
- Orthopedic and spine surgery, and interventional pain management
- Advanced urology
- Surgical specialties including bariatrics, colorectal, ENT, endocrine and plastics
- Wound care and hyperbaric medicine
- Non-oncological infusion
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