GILBERT, Ariz. â€” A $109 million cancer facility is set to open in Gilbert occupying a 133,000-square-foot building at Banner Gateway Medical Center.
Already the first 23 patients are scheduled to meet with their doctors Monday morning at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center to talk about cancer diagnoses, treatment plans and follow-up visits.
The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/pG82Rp ) reports that in addition to the new Banner MD Anderson center, the University of Arizona Cancer Center is developing a $136 million outpatient center at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus in downtown Phoenix.
Mayo Clinic is spending $187 million to develop a massive proton-beam therapy center that promises targeted radiation treatments at its northeast Phoenix hospital.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America has purchased a 42-acre site next to its Goodyear campus in anticipation of an expansion.
Information from: The Arizona Republic, http://www.azcentral.com