Honoring a Legacy, Shaping the Future:
the Campaign to Expand the Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care

Our Vision for Expansion

drawing of the HACCC as it originally stands, expanding to nearly twice the size and keeping the same visual appeal

To fulfill our promises and keep patients first, the Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care must expand. Our proposed $36 million expansion will:

    • Upgrade patient experience and access by increasing the number of exam rooms from 15 to 27 and the number of infusion bays from 34 to 44;
    • Facilitate centralized multi-disciplinary care by grouping all exam rooms in pods with dedicated clinical offices;
    • Enhance quality of life for cancer survivors through an integrated Medical Oncology Home/Survivor Clinic;
    • Improve patient flow and use of space by renovating existing space in Radiation Oncology and Genetics and Research;
    • Create space to restore and add education and survivorship programs; and
    • Accommodate more patients by expanding laboratory and pharmacy services.

A video of the proposed expansion below highlights a new covered entryway for patients; a stairway connecting to the healing gardens (stair-free access available through the interior); and windows of infusion bays looking out to the healing gardens.