Patient Care

Community Invited to Groundbreaking for Myers Cancer Center

Oct. 14, 2015
Rendering of the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center

Join UR Medicine's Wilmot Cancer Institute and Noyes Health and Jones Memorial Hospital for the groundbreaking of the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center on Wednesday, Oct. 28. The event, which will begin at 10 a.m. on the campus of Noyes Health, is open to the public and will include a short program and reception.

The Myers Cancer Center, announced in April, will provide patients in the region more convenient access to comprehensive cancer care. Construction is expected to be complete by late 2016.

Named for the Springwater, Livingston County, couple who gave $2 million to establish the center, the project includes:

  • A 4,500-square-foot, lower-level addition on the Red Jacket Street side of Noyes Hospital to house a radiation oncology clinic.
  • A 2,300-square-foot medical oncology clinic in renovated and new first-floor space at Noyes, featuring three exam rooms and five chemotherapy/infusion bays.
  • A medical oncology center at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville, which opened in mid-September, allowing patients to receive follow-up care and consultations closer to home.
  • UR Medicine’s recently purchased radiation oncology practice in Hornell, which complements a medical oncology practice co-located in the same building.

The full project has an estimated cost of $8 million. UR Medicine, Noyes and Jones each agreed to contribute $1 million in assets to the cancer center project. Additional funds are being raised by the community to support the project.


UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute is the Finger Lakes region’s leader for cancer care and research. As a component of Strong Memorial Hospital, Wilmot Cancer Institute provides specialty cancer care services at the University of Rochester Medical Center and a network of locations throughout the region. The Institute also includes a team of 100 scientists who investigate many aspects of cancer, with an emphasis on how best to provide precision cancer care. To learn more, visit

Jones Memorial Hospital is a 70-bed full-service, acute care community hospital located in southwestern New York State. Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, Jones Memorial serves all of Allegany County as well as western Steuben County and northern Potter County, Pa. Find out more at

Noyes Health is a diverse and comprehensive healthcare system which includes Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital, a 67-bed facility in Dansville, Noyes Health Services in Geneseo, Noyes Kidney and Dialysis Center in Geneseo, and Noyes Mental Health Services in Dansville. Noyes Health is accredited by the Joint Commission and serves all of Livingston County and parts of Steuben, Allegany and Ontario Counties. Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital is a community hospital and the only Emergency Department in Livingston County, located right off Interstate 390 Exit 4. For more information about Noyes Health, visit