Mercy Health’s Perrysburg Cancer Center opened in November 2016, beginning a new era of local, comprehensive cancer care in the Toledo area.

In partnership with the Toledo Clinic’s oncology physicians, Mercy Health provides a one-stop facility for outpatient cancer care, including diagnostics, radiation, chemotherapy and surgical consultation.

“I think it is going to be a game changer in cancer care for this community,” Dr. Imram Andrabi, president and CEO of Mercy Health-Toledo, told The Toledo Blade.

Rudolph Libbe was the construction manager at-risk for the three-story, 61,642-square-foot oncology center. RLG’s own craftspeople performed site work, concrete, steel erection, masonry and carpentry.

The first floor houses the 37,000-square-foot oncology clinic, with radiation and therapy services on the second floor. The third floor offers 23,000 square feet of shell space ready for future tenants.

A walkway connects the Perrysburg Cancer Center with the Mercy Health Medical Center, Perrysburg’s first free-standing 24-hour emergency room and diagnostic center constructed by the Rudolph Libbe Group in 2013.

The oncology center project includes:

A two-story atrium at the entrance

16 medical oncology rooms

Seven radiation exam rooms

18 semi-private bays for chemotherapy, equipped with TVs, wireless intranet and seating for family and friends

A pharmacy

A linear accelerator for radiation treatments

A CT scanner for diagnostics

We are pleased with our working relationship...this is not the first project that we've done with the Rudolph Libbe Group. Obviously we have continued to enter into projects with them because of their quality and customer relations processes.

Bill Sutton
Vice President of Operations at Mercy Health Partners

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