The MD Anderson Center at Cooper revealed its new infusion center, which has doubled in size with a $3.3 million investment.
“When we first built the cancer center, we designed the facility with shell space to accommodate future growth,” said Generosa Grana, director of the Center in a Gloucester City News article. “The new center offers the most advance care in a relaxing contemporary atmosphere with abundant light, soothing colors, and amenities for the comfort of the patient’s family member or caregiver.”
The infusion center went from 18 infusion bays and two private rooms to 32 bays and four private rooms.
The MD Anderson Center at Cooper has driven growth throughout Cooper Health’s more than 100 outpatient facilities, treating a total of 1.4 million patients in 2015.
Cooper University Hospital is one of 15 major health systems in Greater Philadelphia; the region has over 100 hospitals located within the 11 counties of northeastern Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, and southeastern New Jersey.