“Night for Noyes” Event to Benefit New Cancer Center
Monday, September 12, 2016
Noyes Health Foundation and Noyes Health Auxiliary invite you to the first “Night for Noyes” on Saturday, October 15 at Nugget Hill Event Center in Wayland to benefit the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center. The festive-not-fancy evening under the stars kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Guests will be treated to appetizers, entrée stations, and a live and silent auction, as well as a DJ taking requests throughout the night. Tickets are $40, and may be purchased at Noyes Memorial Hospital’s front desk, Dogwood Trading Company on Main Street in Dansville and the Not Dot Shop on Main Street in Geneseo.
Lead sponsors of the event are The Gunlocke Company and UR Medicine, with co-sponsor Lent Hill Dairy Farm, LLC.
The Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center is a unique collaborative project between Wilmot Cancer Institute, Jones Memorial Hospital, and Noyes Health currently under construction on the campus of Noyes Hospital. When it opens early next year, the Cancer Center will provide patients in the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, and Western New York more convenient access to comprehensive, state-of-the art cancer care. It will also serve as a hub for oncology services and includes a medical oncology clinic in Wellsville and Hornell.
Established with a $2 million gift from Ann and Carl Myers, the $5.8 million project will feature a 4,500 square foot radiation oncology clinic and a 2,300 square foot medical oncology clinic featuring three exam rooms and seven chemotherapy/infusion chairs. It will also provide patients with access to advanced diagnostic testing, clinical trials, outpatient palliative care, and Wilmot Cancer Institute’s Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program. Physicians at the cancer center and medical oncology clinic at Jones will have access to UR Medicine’s region-wide electronic medical record system and regular consultations with multidisciplinary teams focused on cancer.
Donations of auction items welcome! Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please contact Mary Sue Dehn, Noyes Health Foundation Director at (585)335-4363 with questions.