Mary Virginia Terry Cancer Center
The St. Vincent’s Mary Virginia Terry Cancer Center is a $20 million, 15,000-square-foot (1,400 m2) facility opened in 2006 that combines cancer services into one conveniently located building adjacent to the medical center.The Cancer Center features a new Radiation Oncology Department with wireless technology and expanded space to improve patient care.
The Walk of Hope is a walkway that incorporates unique features into the Cancer Center, including a boutique and a salon with services especially designed for cancer patients and their families.
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