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About Hall-Perrine Cancer Center

About Hall-Perrine Cancer Center

The facility is designed for and with input from cancer patients, but it's the innovative and nationally recognized care within that makes it truly world-class. Our expert physicians and compassionate, oncology-dedicated staff work together to provide a comprehensive experience to patients and their families.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Patient-Centered Focus

While the exterior is impressive, what goes on inside is the heart of the new cancer center.

The little things make a big difference to patients and their families – like a safe place to store personal items during treatment, a convenient boutique featuring comfortable wigs and beautiful scarves, and reserved, close parking.

Mercy reached out to those battling cancer and their families for input as well as researched other leading cancer centers, and the result is a thoughtfully designed, patient-centered building.

It is our sincere commitment to create a facility that sets the bar for cancer care, and more important, thoughtfully addresses the concerns and needs of our patients and their families.

Messages from Within
Outdoor Features

Aesthetically soothing natural spaces include a healing garden with meditation space, a water feature, benches and more. This is one of the largest green spaces in downtown Cedar Rapids, second only to Greene Square Park.

First Floor

Common public areas: This floor features public spaces, including a cancer resource library, coffee shop, meditation space and more. Also on the first floor are a wide range of cancer care services, including integrated therapies and an image recovery center. Watch short video tours of the first floor lobby, sitting area/fireplace and stained glass windows.

Second Floor

Open to allow space for future expansion: Site visits to other premier cancer center around the country identified growth space as a priority feature. This floor provides 23,500 sq. ft. for such expansion.

Third Floor

Carefully designed with patient input, this area includes: Oncology Associates' medical oncologists; new private, family and community-centered chemotherapy infusion rooms; a retail pharmacy; lab; and space dedicated to research individual infusion stations with personal storage space, natural lighting features and a view of natural green space.

History

Mercy has been leading the fight against cancer with compassion, hope and the latest advancements for more than 50 years. The Hall-Perrine Cancer Center is the latest chapter. View a timeline of Mercy's history of cancer care. Review Annual Reports.

As the area's pioneer in treating cancers, Hall-Perrine was the first American College of Surgeons (ACoS) Commission on Cancer accredited cancer site in the area, re-accredited in 2011.

In 1956, we were the first treatment center west of the Mississippi to offer cobalt-beam radiation treatment technology. We haven't stopped innovating and improving since, now offering expertise in all areas of cancer treatment, including detection, diagnosis, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, genetics, wellness and more.

Our reach goes as far as 27 different counties in four states. We serve thousands of cancer patients each year – each one with a special, unique story that we treat with genuine warmth, compassion and understanding.

A cancer diagnosis can be shocking. At Hall-Perrine, our experienced staff is dedicated to leading the way in care that is integrated, timely and coordinated around the needs of patients and families. Working together, teams of specialists located in one place at one time provide a simple comprehensive care plan.

Our staff will be there every step of the way. We are committed to helping patients navigate through services with a coordinated and comprehensive care plan that often crosses multiple disciplines so patients can concentrate on what is most important: their recovery.

Courageous Stories

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