Center for Cancer and Blood Disorder

Center for Cancer and Blood Disorder

Queens Medical Associates (QMA) is a physician practice specializing in the care of patients with Hematology and Oncology conditions.

QMA’s Infusion Center offers a variety of medications for Hematology and Oncology ailments, as well as a range of other medical conditions. We offer infusion therapy for many conditions, including but not limited to, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and organ transplants. Please call the office for further information. We provide and prepare all necessary medications on site.


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Infusion center. Our vision is to be the first choice for infusion therapy in Queens. 

Queens Medical Associates (QMA) Intravenous Infusion Center is a safe, convenient alternative to the hospital setting for intravenous infusion therapy. Our vision is to be the first choice for infusion therapy in Queens.

At QMA we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of new developments in infusion therapy. We are often the first location in Queens to receive newly released medications. We work with many physicians and hospitals to provide life-sustaining treatments for a number of diseases and conditions. Our goal is to make our patients feel comfortable and secure while we deliver caring, personalized treatment in a safe, professional, and tranquil environment.

Why Choose QMA?

QMA treats you as an individual, with specific needs and concerns. We have decades of experience with many different types of cancer and our team can relate to you on a cultural and professional level. Our multi-cultural team is here to help you throughout this journey.


Malvina Fulman, M.D. FACP, Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School Of Medicine Board Certified Oncologist/Hematologist

Dr. Malvina Fulman has more than 20 years of experience in Medical Oncology and research. She is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and holds board-certifications in Hematology and Medical Oncology. Dr. Fulman has authored several articles in major scientific journals. She has received several international awards and honors for published research in Oncology, radiology and basic sciences, holds teaching appointments at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Queens and has completed fellowships at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Cabrini Medical Center and the Republican Hospital in Tbilisi, Georgia.