Hospital officials anticipate work to begin at site next week; facility expected to open next spring


The new cancer center (as seen from the southeast corner of Boyd Avenue and State Street) will tie together the buildings on the Hancock Regional Hospital campus. (Drawing provided)

GREENFIELD — If all the blocks fall into place, Greenfield will be home to a comprehensive cancer care center next spring.

With last week’s approval by the Hancock Regional Hospital Board of Trustees, officials hope to break ground on the $10.4 million project next week, said Bobbi Dunne, hospital vice president of outpatient and clinical operations.

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