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Regional Cancer Center
Planned $70 million state-of-the-art facility

Dignity Health and Mercy Medical Center Redding plan to construct a $70 million state-of-the-art Regional Cancer Center with pristine riverfront views along the Sacramento River. This project will be located at the Hartnell Avenue and Cypress Avenue intersection in Redding, with easy access to I-5 from all neighboring counties.  Groundbreaking is scheduled for the September 2024, and a Grand Opening is expected in early 2026. 

With approximately 40,000 square feet, the outpatient Regional Cancer Center will serve our thousands of cancer patients and their families by bringing all outpatient services under one roof. This will further alleviate the stress of travel and allow for comprehensive, patient-centered treatment and support.

This transformational project will ensure that our world-class team of oncology professionals have access to the best facility in the north state:  one that promotes a collaborative work environment dedicated to improving patient visits and outcomes. It will allow Dignity Health and Mercy Redding to attract new and innovative oncologists to help grow the program and maintain the exceptional care we have been providing to our community for more than 70 years. A project like this will expand the continuity of cancer care for our patients at Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta and St. Elizabeth Community Hospital. 

Mercy Foundation North has embarked on a $10.5 million fundraising campaign to assist with this vital project.  To date, we have raised over $10 million from a multitude of community members, employees, and organizations. For every gift of $100 or more, the donor's name will be listed on the public donor wall on the outside of the building.  For gifts of $10,000 or more, the donor's name will be printed on a plaque inside the building.  This is a project where every gift counts, and the more funding raised, the better this Regional Cancer Center will be for all who need it.  

Will you support our cancer patients by making a gift today? 

For more information or to make a gift of support, please call Mercy Foundation North at (530) 247-3424 or visit

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