City of Hope has opened the doors to a new outpatient center – the first component of its $1 billion Irvine campus.
The four-story Lennar Foundation Cancer Center, at Barranca and Alton parkways, offers patients treatment, surgeries and clinical trials.
Patients have access to City of Hope’s more than 400 physicians and 1,000 researchers and scientists.
“This extraordinary cadre of preeminent cancer physician-scientists changes the Orange County landscape,” says Dr. Edward Kim, physician-in-chief at City of Hope Orange County.
When the adjacent cancer hospital opens in 2025, City of Hope Orange County will serve as the organization’s second main campus, behind its headquarters in Duarte.