Published on October 02, 2019

Infusion/Chemotherapy area is temporarily moving

On Monday, October 14, the second phase of our cancer center renovation project will begin. This phase of the project is expected to last approximately five months and will bring a number of improvements to the look, feel and function of the center. These updates include renovated and expanded space for outpatient infusion clinic, updates to first floor areas, including the main lobby and dressing rooms.

For those who are being administered chemotherapy, during this phase of the renovation, from October 14, 2019, forward, you will want to enter the Breckenridge Medical Building. The Breckenridge Medical Plaza is to the North and adjacent to the Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center.

Inside the Breckenridge Medical Building, take the elevator to the second floor. When you exit the elevator on the second floor, turn right and follow the signs with green arrows and the temporary Infusion/Chemotherapy area is approximately 50 yards in front of you, in the newly-remodeled section of the center on the second floor.

See the latest photos of the renovation project on the Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center renovation progress page.

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