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Renovations open space for doctor specialties

Mary Rutan Hospital is bringing together some  specialists in the community with the recent renovation of the former High Point Regional Cancer Center, 2160 Ewing Crawfis Circle. 

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Set to open Monday in the former High Point Regional Cancer Center is Mary Rutan Hospital’s Ambulatory Care Center at 2160 Ewing Crawfis Circle. EXAMINER PHOTO | JOEL E. MAST

Opening Monday, the new Mary Rutan Hospital Ambulatory Care Center will utilize the formerly unoccupied space after an extensive renovation of more than 8,000 square feet of the facility.

The newly remodeled facility will house general surgeons Drs. Anthony Beisler and Larry Morris; urologist Dr. Robert Lewis; and ear, nose, throat and allergy specialist Dr. Frederick Lorenz. 

In addition, the Crawfis Oncology Clinic will continue to operate out of this facility, offering oncology/hemotology treatments along with cancer education and follow-up care.

A phlebotomist is also available on-site for full laboratory testing services.

“The space expansion and improved treatment space for these specialty practices is especially noteworthy because it comes at a time when many other hospitals and small communities are having difficulty recruiting and keeping specialists in the area,”  said Mandy Goble, MRH president and CEO. 

The investment helps keep the specialists here well into the future and provides operational efficiencies for the practices, she added.

The facility offers 12 spacious exam rooms, two state-of-the-art treatment rooms, convenient parking and large waiting areas with spaces for children, adults and oncology patients.

To reach any of the offices at the center, call 599-0045.

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