Southside Regional Medical Center (SRMC) announced the opening of its new cancer center and women’s imaging center located adjacent to its main hospital at 200 Medical Park Blvd. in Petersburg, Va. with a VIP Ribbon Cutting and Reception on January 17. Jerad Hanlon, COO, SRMC, welcomed guests and platform speakers. Greetings were given from The Honorable Brian A. Moore, Mayor of Petersburg followed by remarks from David Lebenson, CFO, Rendina Companies and David Penberthy, MD, Radiation Oncologist Medical Director, SRMC Cancer Center.
The new Southside Regional Medical Arts Pavilion, which will house the new centers, is a two-story, 32,500 square foot medical building. SRMC’s new Medical Arts Pavilion will be a major healthcare resource for the community and will advance the mission of providing extraordinary healthcare for patients and their families, provide a center of excellence for physicians to practice medicine and help create a vibrant workplace for employees in the Tri-Cities and Southside Virginia.
Southside Regional Medical Center, a Community Health Systems hospital, has received Accreditation with Commendation from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer for 2011 through 2014 for its outstanding cancer care and adherence to national standards and best practices.
Rendina Companies, a trusted national leader in full-service healthcare real estate development, was selected as the developer for this Class-A medical office building.
Virtexco Corporation was the general contractor and Davis Stokes Collaborative, P.C., a full service architectural firm, rounded out the experienced team engaged in this outstanding project.