At the grand opening event, attendees can tour the building, enjoy refreshments and explore support services available locally.
Attendees are also invited to sign up as a donor for Delete Blood Cancer, involving a simple cheek swab and registration with the global organization that helps those with leukemia, lymphoma and other blood-related disorders.
The donor-funded cancer center consolidates treatment services that were formerly spread across the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center campus, such as chemotherapy and medical oncology. Radiation oncology is directly adjacent to the to the new cancer center, connected by a covered walkway.
The building also offers an onsite laboratory, lymphedema services, clinical trials, a cancer resource center and more. Paintings, sculptures and other works by local artists contribute to a healing environment.
The Samaritan Pastega Regional Cancer Center is located at 501 NW Elks Drive in Corvallis. This event is open to the public, and there is no need to register. For questions or information, please call 541-768-7722.