Sunday, July 7, 2013
New cancer center at Mayo Clinic may mean 1,000 new jobs
When Mayo Clinic opens its cancer center in 2015, health-care leaders say, people will come from all over the world to receive treatment at the northeast Phoenix facility.
The center will offer innovative treatment that’s not available in the Southwest.
But beyond the care, officials say, the center also signals progress for economic development in the area.
Officials expect the center, an expansion of Mayo’s Phoenix campus, to provide more than 1,000 medical-related jobs, including more than 100 physician positions.
And developers envision the 380,000-square-foot cancer center as one piece of a vast biomedical corridor surrounding the facility.
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