Regional Medical Center in Colton has opened an oncology and infusion therapy center for its cancer patients.
A ribbon-cutting was held earlier this month attended by San Bernardino County Supervisors Janice Rutherford and Joe Baca and Colton mayor pro tem Ernest R. Cisneros, according to a statement on the county’s website.
“Arrowhead Medical and City of Hope physicians look forward to welcoming patients into our state-of-the-art oncology and infusion therapy clinic,” said William L. Gilbert, Arrowhead Medical’s chief executive officer, in the statement.
“With the expertise of City of Hope physicians at ARMC, we have the ability to expand our cutting-edge care by providing patients access to comprehensive, high-quality, evidence-based cancer services.”
The facility has two waiting areas, four patient restrooms, 11 private exam rooms, and 17 spacious and semi-private infusion bays equipped with a personal television and USB port, according to the statement.