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Established in 1899, Calvary Hospital is one of the leading providers of acute medical care services in the United States. It employs a staff of more than 950 people and serves over 5,300 patients annually. The hospital operates an outpatient service center that specializes in pain control, wound care and other services related to cancer patients. Calvary Hospital also offers pastoral care, therapeutic recreation and radiology services. In addition, it provides inpatient care, case management and hospice services. The hospital also offers physical, occupational and speech therapies, as well as conducts several bereavement and support programs for families. It additionally provides nutritional counseling, nursing and medical social services. Calvary Hospital maintains a location in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mon - Sun Open 24 Hours
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Phone: (718) 630-6688

Phone: (718) 518-2000

Phone: (718) 518-2465

Phone: (718) 630-7000

Primary Phone: (718) 518-2000

Fax: (718) 518-2465

Fax: (718) 518-2000

Fax: (718) 630-6680

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NYU Lutheran Medical Ctr
Sunset Park, South Brooklyn

Calvary Hospital Brooklyn

Medical Centers, Home Health Services
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Services: Medical Services


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My family and I put my mother ...

My family and I put my mother in Calvary in order for her to recover from a spine infection and bed sore. She had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and we knew that she would have maybe 6 months to a year as her oncologist told us. We reluctantly put my mother in Calvery because we were afraid of the kind of care she would receive there. We needed three things from Calvary. We needed my mother's nuitritional needs to be addressed, her pain managed and my mother needed PT to get her out of bed and moving around. And what did Calvary do? It's a long story but they didn't address any of those problems. Instead my mother just laid there with no food in her, lungs and stomach filling up with fluid and they managed her pain by giving her pain killers that were cheap and would knock her out and make her incoherent. We complained to their Bronx facility but it was too late, my mom died the following day. I leave you, the reader to decide whether this is the kind of care you want for someone you desperately love. Mom, we love you and never wanted you to go through what you did while at Calvary.