Wheaton Franciscan plans $20 million expansion of Cancer Center

Freeman Staff

May 15, 2015

The All Saints Cancer Center in Racine will offer spacious and tranquil indoor and outdoor healing areas for patients and families.
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RACINE — Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – All Saints recently announced plans for a $20 million expansion of its Racine Cancer Center.

Scheduled to open in October 2016, the expansion and remodeling project will more than double the size of the Cancer Center. In 2014, the All Saints Cancer Center treated nearly 700 cancer patients – approximately two new people every day, according to the announcement.

The current Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – All Saints Cancer Center, located on the Spring Street Campus in Racine, will more than double in size as part of the proposal. 
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Partners on the project include Wisconsin architectural design firm Eppstein Uhen Architects and Riley Construction of Kenosha who will serve as the general contractor.

“Our goal is to provide much-needed space, amenities, and comfort services allowing patients and their families to focus on what’s important – healing,” said Susan Boland, president – South Market, in a statement. “Patients will have access to state-of-the-art spaces and services including: private, semi-private, and open chemotherapy and infusion treatment areas, committed space for patient and family education, additional patient exam rooms, and an outdoor healing terrace unity for years to come.”

For more information on the All Saints Cancer Center Expansion visit http://www.mywheaton.org/allsaintscancercenter.