Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is a member of University of Missouri Health Care in Columbia, Missouri. It was the first free-standing cancer center west of the Mississippi River and the second such institution of its kind in the United States. The center's clinics and screening services are located at Business Loop 70 and its 60-bed inpatient unit is located within University Hospital.
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... Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is Missouri’s only hospital dedicated solely to cancer care and was the first free-standing cancer center west of the Mississippi River and the second such ... The center's clinics and screening services are located at Business Loop 70 in Columbia and its 60-bed inpatient unit is located within University Hospital ... Construction is underway to consolidate Ellis Fischel in a new tower on the University Hospital campus ...
... and Eugenia Wyatt Guest House is located next to Ellis Fischel Cancer Center on Business Loop 70 ...
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