Dignity Health's state-of-the-art Mercy Cancer Centers provide a full range of oncology services, including an array of cancer treatment options, advanced imaging tools and support services. To further complement these services, Dignity Health has invested $11.6 million into a new 24-all-private-bed oncology unit at Mercy General Hospital that will open on July 16. This new unit features state-of-the-art technology, while providing a more comfortable space and enhanced privacy.
To learn more about the new oncology unit, read Kathy Robertson’s July 6 report in the Sacramento Business Journal.
Fighting cancer is a tough battle. We have carefully designed our cancer centers to simplify and ease the process. Our facilities bring comprehensive treatment to a new level of comfort and personalized care. From advanced diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy to medical oncology and support services, patients receive the compassionate treatment they need. For more information, visit the Dignity Health Cancer Institute.
Publish date:Monday, July 06, 2015
William Hodges, Director of External Communications
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