What does $225M buy? N.J. hospital says 137,000 square feet and ‘top-quality’ care.

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Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center broke ground Tuesday on a $225 million, 137,000-square-foot cancer center scheduled to be completed in three years. The free-standing cancer center in Livingston will offer everything from medical, surgical and radiation services to yoga, music therapy, and a wig and prosthetic studio. Hospital officials say it will be the northern oncology hub of RWJBarnabas Health, of which Cooperman is part, and hope it will become “a regional destination for top-quality cancer care.” A key goal is to treat the patient, not just the disease, by offering programs focused on …

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