Overview of the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care
The Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care (RLC) at MSK offers cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and support services. Since its founding in 2003, the RLC has served the Harlem community and surrounding neighborhoods by providing high-quality care in a warm, welcoming, and culturally sensitive environment. The center has cared for thousands of people, making it a beacon for accessible, compassionate cancer care for residents of Harlem and beyond.
The RLC’s supportive services include a renowned patient navigation program, financial counseling, and an array of other social services. There is also a medically tailored food pantry supplemented with nutritional counseling.
The RLC is highly active in the community. It sponsors health fairs, hosts support groups, and provides free screenings in Harlem.
At RLC, we offer:
The RLC is close to the 2/3 subway stop at 125th Street and Lenox Avenue and 4, 5, and 6 subway stop at 125th Street and Lexington Avenue. It’s also conveniently located by the Harlem-125th Street Metro North train stop.
The closest parking is on 124th Street between Park and Madison Avenues, or the Henry J. Carter Hospital lot at 1752 Park Avenue (between 122nd and Park Avenue).
We want your visit to be as comfortable and convenient at possible. You may find it helpful to learn more about the Ralph Lauren Center, as well as general information about Memorial Sloan Kettering and New York City, including accommodations, transportation details, and advice about the area to help find your way.