Rendering photo of new Sinai cancer center Photo courtesy of LifeBridge Health

LifeBridge Health has plans of expansion on the campus of Sinai Hospital which is developing a new outpatient cancer treatment center. 

The three-story, 125,000 square feet facility located on Greenspring Avenue will combine all outpatient cancer services, which are currently provided at different locations throughout Sinai’s campus.

According to Sharon Boston, the director of public relations at LifeBridge Health, the building will include “32 adult infusion bays, 16 adult exam spaces, seven pediatric infusion bays, six pediatric exam rooms, renovated radiation oncology suites, other support services, and provide all ambulatory cancer services in one building.”

The growth of these facilities and services will enable LifeBridge Health to “focus on research, more clinical trials, increased treatment options, and recruitment of subspecialty oncologists to provide more specialized care,” says Boston.

LifeBridge will offer the latest technology, treatments, support and education programs for caregivers and patients, with a care model designed to improve the overall experience.

Oncology patients who require hospitalization will continue to be cared for at Sinai’s in-patient facilities until the project is complete.

LifeBridge Health estimates a completion date of 2025.

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