The Tri-Cities Cancer Center expansion and remodel is nearing completion.
The $3.4 million project adds nearly 4,700 square feet of space to the clinic and includes a remodel of about 7,200 square feet of existing space.
The expansion is nearly complete and the remodel is expected to be finished in October.
MH Construction was the general contractor, with project manager Bill Holstein and superintendent Rich Barger. ALD Architects designed the expansion and remodel.
The expansion adds three exams rooms and increases the size of the four existing exam rooms. The new and expanded exam rooms will be about a quarter larger than the present ones, offering more space for family and technology, which is also being updated.
The expanded lobby provides a quiet space for caregivers and family members, with a spa-like atmosphere for relaxation and comfort.
The Cancer Center is also expanding its services to include a survivorship program, a palliative care program and a visiting physician’s clinic to give local residents the convenience of connecting with all the physicians provide their care in one location. It also gives patients more access to care from out-of-town specialists, while removing the burden of travel.
For more information, contact the Tri-Cities Cancer Center at 509-783-9894 or go to the website at tccancer.org.
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