Erlanger Breaks Ground On Outpatient Cancer Center

Thursday, September 21, 2017
Pictured, from left, Erlanger Chaplain Katharine Toledano; Dr. Phillip Jackson, vice president and CEO of Erlanger East Hospital; Robert M. Brooks FACHE, executive vice president and COO of Erlanger Health System; Marc Gravitt, Tennessee House of Representatives, District 30; Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger;  Kevin Spiegel, FACHE, president and CEO of Erlanger Health System; Dr. Blaise Baxter; Dr. Laura E. Witherspoon; and Phil Smartt, Erlanger Health System board member
Pictured, from left, Erlanger Chaplain Katharine Toledano; Dr. Phillip Jackson, vice president and CEO of Erlanger East Hospital; Robert M. Brooks FACHE, executive vice president and COO of Erlanger Health System; Marc Gravitt, Tennessee House of Representatives, District 30; Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger; Kevin Spiegel, FACHE, president and CEO of Erlanger Health System; Dr. Blaise Baxter; Dr. Laura E. Witherspoon; and Phil Smartt, Erlanger Health System board member

Elected officials and Erlanger Health System executives and representatives brook ground on the new outpatient cancer center and medical office building at Erlanger East.

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.
 

 



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