STROUD TWP., Pa. - A three-floor medical office building and cancer center is now open at St. Luke's Monroe Campus.
The addition expands the offerings at the hospital to include medical, surgical and gynecologic oncology, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, imaging, orthopedics and a sleep lab.
The $22 million building is just over 37,000 square feet and located at 200 St. Luke's Lane in Stroud Township. An additional 600 people will be employed at the Monroe Campus.
"The addition of a brand new cancer center to the Monroe Campus gives community members the ability to receive the compassionate, skilled cancer care St. Luke's is known for, without having to travel," said Dr. Nicholas Taylor, Chairman of Oncology and Chief of Gynecologic Oncology for St. Luke's.
Patients will have access to life-saving clinical trials, advanced orthopedic care, sleep study rooms, the latest technology in radiation therapy and 12 private infusion bays for those undergoing chemotherapy.
In addition, the third level of the building will be St. Luke's Regional Breast Center, or imaging center, that will offer low-dose 3D Mammography, Automated Breast Ultrasound and more. The center is set to open January 2018.
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