In October, 2013, the Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center opened its doors on the UM Upper Chesapeake Medical Center campus. A result of a two-year collaborative planning process with the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, the Kaufman Cancer center is named for Pat and Scot Kaufman, two visionary philanthropists and residents of Harford County.
Hope and Healing Close to Home, The Campaign for the Cancer Center established a goal of $17.5 million and exceeded that goal by galvanizing a community around the idea of having life saving treatments and support close to home.
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The Dresher Family Healing Garden symbolizes the natural, healing aspects of nature and inspires our cancer center atmosphere. We offer a meditative labyrinth, meditation ball, water sounds from our fountains and gentle chimes to aide in quieting the mind so the body can be centered.
This page was last updated: September 9, 2014