The Cleveland Clinic will break ground on the new 377,000-square-foot multidisciplinary cancer building on Monday morning on the north side of Carnegie Avenue between East 102nd and East 105th Streets, on its Main Campus.
The event will begin with a unique panel discussion at the InterContinental Hotel on the Future of Cancer Care, moderated by Brian Donley, M.D., President of Cleveland Clinic's Community Hospitals and Family Health Centers.
The panel will discuss the history behind the collaborative vision for the new paradigm of cancer care and reveal the building's design elements.
The official groundbreaking ceremony will follow the discussion at the construction site.
Cleveland Clinic Cancer Building Groundbreaking Agenda:
9:00 a.m. - Future of Cancer Care Program
InterContinental Hotel, 9801 Carnegie Avenue, Six Continents Room, 2nd Floor, Cleveland
Guest Panelists to include:
Moderator: Dr. Brian Donley, M.D., President of the Cleveland Clinic Community Hospitals and Family Health Centers, Cleveland Clinic
Dr. Brian Bolwell, M.D., Chairman of Taussig Cancer Institute, Cleveland Clinic
Dr. R. Matthew Walsh, Chairman of General Surgery Department, Cleveland Clinic
Ann Huston, Chief Strategy Officer, Cleveland Clinic
Clifford Gayley, Principal, William Rawn Associates Architects
9:45 a.m. – Depart for Groundbreaking
10:00 a.m. – Cancer Building Groundbreaking Ceremony
North side of Carnegie Avenue between East 102nd and East 105th Streets (adjacent to the Crile building)
10:45 a.m. – Closing Remarks