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Hope Builds: SMH Celebrates Oncology Tower Construction Milestone

Hope Builds: SMH Celebrates Oncology Tower Construction Milestone

Despite challenges to supply chains and uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Sarasota Memorial’s new oncology tower has crested its highest point — 233 feet — a construction milestone SMH leaders celebrated this week with inspiring messages of hope. Slated to open in the fall of 2021, the tower is the cornerstone of Sarasota Memorial’s Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute.

Thursday, October 15, 2020
Jellison Family Foundation Donates $25M to Cancer Institute

Jellison Family Foundation Donates $25M to Cancer Institute

The Brian and Sheila Jellison Family Foundation is donating $25 million to Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation – the largest donation in the healthcare foundation’s history – to help advance the mission of Sarasota Memorial’s Cancer Institute.

Thursday, October 1, 2020
Cancer Institute to Open Radiation Oncology Center on Aug. 3

Cancer Institute to Open Radiation Oncology Center on Aug. 3

Sarasota Memorial's new $27 million radiation oncology center is set to open to patients on Aug. 3, completing the first phase of its comprehensive Cancer Institute and marking the first time the local health system has provided external beam radiation services to patients on the Suncoast.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Oncology Tower Timelapse Video

Oncology Tower Timelapse Video

Check out the progress construction teams have made so far (January through November 2019) on the Sarasota Memorial Cancer Institute's oncology tower, set to open Fall 2021.

Monday, December 2, 2019
Radiation Oncology Center Built Around 'Hope'

Radiation Oncology Center Built Around 'Hope'

“Hope” was the enduring message at the “Sign the Wall” event on the construction site of the Sarasota Memorial Radiation Oncology Center. Event guests — more than 60 local cancer patients, physicians, hospital leadership and staff, oncology team members, project contractors and other community members — inscribed their own messages of hope on the walls of what will be the center’s radiation vault. 

Friday, November 8, 2019
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