Miami Valley South Comprehensive Care Center

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Miami Valley Health System had seen the need for offering Comprehensive Cancer Care to the Centerville geographic area since the campus was constructed.


Through years of planning and budgeting with Hplex Solutions, the project was developed into +/- 92,000sf multi-tenant building with a project cost of $27.5M (without equipment.) The Comprehensive Care Center includes heavy imaging, conference space, a research center, infusion bays, exam space, and administration space. The imaging space included a linear accelerator, CT, and HDR. Total project budget was $27,500,000 (minus equipment). The successful project opened its doors in January 2013.

The five-story, 93,000 square foot Comprehensive Cancer Center brings together all the resources for fighting many types of cancer. The center’s design promotes seamless flow throughout the many care providers, and each feature of the cancer center has been designed to promote healing. Over 50 physicians, specializing in many types of cancer, develop and oversee treatment plans for patients delivering care through this innovative facility.

Medical Oncology Infusion Center- Patients having chemotherapy and other infusions receive their care in a bright, comfortable setting. The 14 treatment spaces in Medical Oncology and eight treatment spaces in the Gynecologic Oncology Center feature floor to ceiling windows offering restful views of the healing garden.

Radiation Therapy with TrueBeam- The Comprehensive Cancer Center features the area’s first TrueBeam linear accelerator, which delivers powerful cancer treatments with pinpoint accuracy. Such measures precision means higher doses of radiation can be delivered in a much shorter time. Some patients will be treated in as few as one to five sessions. The True Beam is the first of its kind in the Dayton area.