Paul Moore, a Regions spokesman, said in December that the new 21,000-square-foot space was needed because “our patient population is growing and we need more space for them. We also absorbed the patients from the closed Riverside clinic.” Pope Architects designed the project.
Space for the new cancer center became available after Regions Hospital opened its new $75.5 million, 160,000-square-foot facility for mothers and babies last year.
The expansion of the Cancer Care Center reuses Regions Hospital’s former labor and delivery area. It includes 29 infusion bays, three nursing stations, a fast-track lab, a reception and waiting area and offices. (Submitted image) Regions Hospital, which is part of the HealthPartners system, built the new four-story birth center along 12th Street on the southern edge of its campus. The hospital is at 640 Jackson St., framed roughly by Jackson Street, University Avenue and 12th Street.
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