Officials participating in an indoor groundbreaking ceremony for Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Comprehensive Cancer Center are, from left, John Beeble, Saunders Construction; Carolyn Cutler, mayor of Lafayette; Katie Paganucci, EGSMC; Mike Gerken, EGSMC; Phillip Taylor, Lillibridge Healthcare Services; Michele Goodman, EGSMC; Nancy Ewing, EGSMC; Sister Amy Willcott, Mount Saint Vincent Home; Beth Forsyth, EGSMC; David Hamm, CEO, EGSMC; Dr. Mark Chidel, EGSMC; Gary Adams, Davis Partnership; and Dr. Richard Hesky, EGSMC.
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Construction crews work on the 87,600-square-foot Comprehensive Cancer Center on the Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center in Lafayette.
LAFAYETTE – Construction of the Comprehensive Cancer Center on the campus of the Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center in Louisville has been under way for some time, but officials gathered Jan. 22 for an indoor groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the facility.
The center will be four stories tall with 87,600 square feet of space.
The first floor will have offices for radiation oncology physicians and equipment.
The second floor will have offices for oncology and hematology physicians, an infusion center, pharmacy, laboratory, space for integrative care, psychosocial support services and a conference center.
The third and fourth floors will have medical offices available for lease. Lillibridge Healthcare Services is handling leasing for the offices.
Saunders Construction in Denver is in charge of construction and Davis Partnership of Denver handled the architecture. Construction is expected to be completed this fall.