Kent Mayor Dana Ralph, fifth from right, and Renton Mayor Denis Law, fifth from left, join others on Jan. 22 at the groundbreaking of a new facility at Valley Medical Center in Renton that will house a cancer center and orthopedic surgical program. LEAH ABRAHAM, Renton Reporter

Kent Mayor Dana Ralph, fifth from right, and Renton Mayor Denis Law, fifth from left, join others on Jan. 22 at the groundbreaking of a new facility at Valley Medical Center in Renton that will house a cancer center and orthopedic surgical program. LEAH ABRAHAM, Renton Reporter

Valley Medical Center breaks ground on new facility

Hospital will add new cancer center

  • Monday, January 29, 2018 11:32am
  • News

Kent Mayor Dana Ralph and Renton Mayor Denis Law were part of a groundbreaking at Valley Medical Center in Renton for a new cancer center.

The facility will house a comprehensive cancer center and orthopedic surgical program. Hospital officials expect it to be completed by fall 2019.

The groundbreaking was Jan. 22 at the hospital, 400 S. 43rd St., which serves Renton, Kent and other areas.

A rendering of the new medical building at Valley Medical Center in Renton scheduled to be completed by fall 2019. COURTESY GRAPHIC, Valley Medical Center

A rendering of the new medical building at Valley Medical Center in Renton scheduled to be completed by fall 2019. COURTESY GRAPHIC, Valley Medical Center

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