Expanding Our Comprehensive Cancer Center
Building the Future of Cancer Care
Wake Forest Baptist is creating the largest cancer center of its kind in the region—to continue providing our patients and their families with the remarkable care and support they deserve, and producing the groundbreaking research that leads to new treatments and therapies.
When the six-story addition to our Comprehensive Cancer Center is completed in late 2013, it will bring both inpatient and outpatient services into a single location.
It will provide:
- 148 inpatient beds
- 44 observation beds
- 530,600 total square feet
- Private rooms throughout
- Enhancements designed to use natural light and accommodate families
- A healing garden/courtyard in the center of the upper floors, offering patients and families a peaceful environment
Wake Forest Baptist CEO John D. McConnell, MD, talks about the Cancer Center’s expansion and its role in helping Wake Forest Baptist fulfill its mission.
Join Us in Our Mission to Care and to Cure
Our commitment to unsurpassed patient care and leading research will continue beyond our expansion effort; so, too, will the need to support the people and programs provided through the Cancer Center.
Options for supporting the Cancer Patient Support Program (CPSP) at our expanded Cancer Center include:
|Naming of the CPSP||$2 million|
|Endowed Professorship for CPSP Director||$1 million|
|Naming of the Open-air Courtyard||$600,000|
|Naming of the CPSP Suite||$100,000|
|Naming of Family Respite Rooms (3 available)||$50,000-$70,000 each|
If you would like to learn more about opportunities to support the people and programs at our Cancer Center, please let us know:
Office of Development and Alumni Affairs