Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center
Baptist MD Anderson is breaking ground on a more than 330,000-square-foot addition to the current Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center. The nine-story building, which anticipates opening by mid-2018, will be constructed on a two-block tract of land directly across San Marco Boulevard from the current Baptist MD Anderson. The more than $150 million addition will dramatically expand the comprehensive cancer care available and provide inspiration and hope for cancer patients through state-of-the-art cancer treatment.
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Final steel beams placed at topping out ceremony for iconic center that will dramatically expand cancer care in the region.
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Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center patients are diagnosed, treated and cared for through a variety of clinics that specialize in the treatment of their specific cancer.
- NeuroOncology Clinic
- Gynecologic Cancer Clinic
- Breast Cancer Clinic
- Genitourinary (GU) Cancer Clinic
- Hematology Oncology Clinic
- Gastrointestinal (GI) Cancer Clinic
- Head & Neck Cancer Clinic
- Sarcoma Clinic
- Lung & Thoracic Cancer Clinic
- Skin Cancer Clinic
Baptist is accredited by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) and the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).
These accreditation programs ensure health care providers are offering the latest in evidence-based care, as well as looking outside of their walls and into the community to raise cancer awareness.