Erlanger To Break Ground On New Outpatient Cancer Center And Medical Office Building

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Erlanger officials, along with County Mayor Jim Coppinger, will be celebrating groundbreaking for a new outpatient cancer center and medical office building at the Erlanger East Hospital campus on Tuesday. Ceremonies kick off at 10:30 a.

m. at the groundbreaking site, 1635 Gunbarrel Road.

 

The new 80,000 square foot outpatient Cancer Center will include the Erlanger Center for Breast Health, an infusion center, radiation and medical oncology therapy, interventional radiology and imaging services, as well as a variety of multi-specialty physician offices.

 

“We are extremely proud to once again expand the range of healthcare services at our Erlanger East Hospital campus to those living in the east Hamilton County region,” said Dr. Phillip Jackson, vice president and CEO of Erlanger East Hospital. “This new three-story facility will provide more convenient and accessible medical services to those living in this area."

 

The public is invited to attend groundbreaking ceremonies Tuesday morning, with ample parking available.

 



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