Cost: $8 million, with approximately $3 million of that in equipment
expense, paid from CMH resources, no public funds used.
Capital Campaign goal: $3 million.
Construction start: March 2006.
Completion: February 2007.
The new cancer center provides easy and timely access to a multitude
of services for cancer patients and caregivers, integrating
various oncology specialties in one location.
The integrated center features the latest technologies offered in treatment “neighborhoods” throughout
To assure outstanding care, the cancer center’s radiation therapy
suite houses a linear accelerator, computed tomography simulator,
treatment planning system, physics equipment and state-of-the-art
The CMH cancer center offers patient and family friendly treatment areas
for chemotherapy treatment.
The CMH center has a comfortable
environment where patients have much control over their surroundings.
A library offers books and videos, as well as access to an online medical
A positive appearance boutique in the center offers both male and female
patients the products and services to cope with their unique
cosmetic and comfort needs.
Healing garden complements drug or technology based treatments performed
at the center.
Nutritional, psychosocial, pastoral and financial counseling helps ease