Approve Mon General Hospital's Certificate of Need for a New Radiation Oncology Center

Approve Mon General Hospital's Certificate of Need for a New Radiation Oncology Center

    1. Mon General Hospital, Morgantown, WV
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      Mon General Hospital, Morgantown, WV

Comprehensive cancer care consists of three main therapies: surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. The new state-of-the-art radiation oncology center at Mon General Hospital's Zelda Stein Weiss Cancer Center will create a central location for all three therapies - including the radiation component.

Currently, our cancer patients must travel to other facilities for radiation.  This creates a complication in the lives of people who are already dealing with high stress levels.  Our patients deserve coordinated care under one roof.  The new radiation oncology center will provide that, including 6,200 square feet of new space and a radiation linear accelerator.

The new center will be built with $7 million in pledges and donations to the Foundation of Mon General Hospital.  No debt will be incurred.  Most importantly, the project will not add to the cost of cancer care and treatment.

The number of patients treated for cancer at Mon General Hospital grows each year.  The need for the new radiation oncology center is clear. 

We urge the WV Health Care Authority to swiftly approve the Certificate of Need to construct the new radiation oncology center for the sake of our patients who rely on us for coordinated care.   

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I respectfully urge the West Virginia Health Care Authority to approve Mon General Hospital's Certificate of Need for a radiation oncology center.

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    • Anita Kanitz STUTTGART, GERMANY
      • 10 months ago

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    • Shayla Lowdermilk MORGANTOWN, WV
      • 11 months ago

      I love MonGeneral over Ruby. I have always gone to Mon for my health care needs as well as my children and my husband. This would be so convenient and amazing for everyone who loves MonGeneral!

    • Martha Eddy MOUNT MORRIS, PA
      • 11 months ago

      We have our physicians and all of our care at Monongalia General Hospital

    • Elizabeth Bergen CORE, WV
      • 11 months ago

      Mon General needs the center so it can maintain continuity of patient care for their patients with cancer.

    • Charlotte Haught WANA, WV
      • 11 months ago

      For a friend


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