Mayo Clinic Plans Integrated Oncology Facility

Published 10-9-2019
  • Mayo Clinic - Integrated Oncology Facility
  • Mayo Clinic - Integrated Oncology Facility

    Courtesy of Mayo Clinic.

Mayo Clinic is planning to build a $233 million integrated oncology facility in Jacksonville, Fla. Supporting the company's Proton Beam Therapy Program, the 140,000-sf building will feature a two-gantry proton radiotherapy system which can provide precision dosing with minimal toxicity to healthy tissue. The center will offer a full spectrum of cancer treatment options, including chemotherapy, immunotherapy, CAR-T cell therapy, gamma knife radiosurgery, and traditional radiotherapy. Completion is expected in late 2023.