Cleveland Clinic Florida broke ground on the Egil and Pauline Braathen Center in November 2013 and opened to patients on March 2, 2015. Located on the Weston campus, the expanded Pauline Braathen Neurological Center and the Maroone Cancer Center combine advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities, major technology investments, holistic patient services and a multidisciplinary health care team in an outpatient setting.
The Maroone Cancer Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida provides world-class care to patients with cancer and is at the forefront of new and emerging cancer research.
“This is a milestone event in the life of Cleveland Clinic Florida and marks a new day for neurological treatment and cancer care,” said Toby Cosgrove, MD, Cleveland Clinic president and CEO. “Cleveland Clinic Florida has come a long way since its founding, 27 years ago this month, and the opening of this new building launches the next phase of growth for our great medical center. With more than 240 physicians in 40 specialties, it has earned its place among the region’s foremost hospitals, and beyond.”
Every aspect of the Egil and Pauline Braathen Center was designed with the patient and family experience in mind, from construction to amenities. Features include an on-site lab, a patient resource center, a café and a wig boutique, as well as special facilities for pain management, physical and occupational therapy, and diagnostics. The building was purposefully designed to maximize natural sunlight as studies show that light plays a critical role in the healing process, and the floor plan was deliberately created to be easy to navigate.
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