Valley Health opened a $28.5 million regional cancer treatment facility at Winchester Medical Center in August.
The 52,000-square-foot facility houses chemotherapy and radiation treatment areas, physician practices for surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists as well as consultation, nutrition counseling, integrative care and a clinical research office. The building also includes a 70-seat meeting room.
“Cancer care has long been a vital service for us and for the communities we serve throughout our region,” says Grady W. “Skip” Philips III, the president of Winchester Medical Center.
“This center enables our patients to conveniently access the entire spectrum of cancer services under one roof and have a more seamless, coordinated treatment experience,” he says. “It will be a wonderful place for our multidisciplinary team to work and our patients and families to be supported throughout treatment and recovery.”
The freestanding cancer treatment center was built by general contractor Howard Shockey & Sons, Inc. and designed by the architecture firm of Perkins + Will.
Source: Virginia Business, Shenandoah Valley Profile, November 2016