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St. Anthony’s Medical Center announces $54 million expansion

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St. Anthony’s Medical Center will be opening an addition on-campus cancer center along with the construction of nine Mercy clinics across various local areas. (Credit: St. Anthony's Medical Center) St. Anthony’s Medical Center will be opening an addition on-campus cancer center along with the construction of nine Mercy clinics across various local areas. (Credit: St. Anthony's Medical Center)
St. Anthony’s Medical Center will be opening an addition on-campus cancer center along with the construction of nine Mercy clinics across various local areas. (Credit: St. Anthony's Medical Center) St. Anthony’s Medical Center will be opening an addition on-campus cancer center along with the construction of nine Mercy clinics across various local areas. (Credit: St. Anthony's Medical Center)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

St. Anthony’s Medical Center will be opening an on-campus cancer center along with the construction of nine Mercy clinics across various local areas.

Mercy will spend $54 million to construct a new 70,000-square-foot, two-story, cancer care center.  Primary care clinics will be built across south St. Louis County, Jefferson County, and Monroe County, Ill., at a cost of more than $20 million

“When St. Anthony’s and Mercy officially joined together one year ago, and when we first announced the affiliation agreement 15 months ago, we promised to listen to our community to determine how we could best serve everyone,” said Mike McCurry, St. Anthony’s President and Mercy Executive Vice President.

The center will provide patients with all their diagnostic and treatment needs in one location with oncology and surgical specialists. It will also include a comprehensive breast center to continue providing breast cancer screening and navigation.

The first two locations will be in Barnhart at 1700 Old State Road M and in Hillsboro at 10450 Business 21.

On October 1, 2018, St. Anthony’s Medical Center will officially change their name to Mercy Hospital South.

For more information, visit stanthonymedcenter.com

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