Cleveland Clinic has acquired North Coast Cancer Care, a 70-employee cancer treatment center based in Sandusky, Ohio.
Cleveland Clinic buys cancer treatment center
The center now joins Cleveland Clinic as a department within the Taussig Cancer Institute. Former North Coast President Dr. Steven Roshon will report to Taussig Chairman Dr. Brian Bolwell.
"By linking NCCC's services with Cleveland Clinic, patients will have access to the latest clinical trials and an electronic medical record that will help bring coordinated, cutting-edge care close to home," Bolwell said in a news release.
North Coast has a location in Clyde, Ohio, in addition to the Sandusky location, which now will be called the North Coast Cancer Campus. North Coast physicians also practice at the 77-bed Fisher-Titus Medical Center in Norwalk, Ohio.
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