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Announcing project futureCARE

Project futureCARE is Overlake Medical Center's $242 million, six-year campus renewal project.

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This project continues Overlake’s investment in first-class medical facilities that helps fulfill our promise to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of a vibrant Eastside community.

The project will grow our campus and service offerings in several significant ways, including:

  • Create a new East Tower
  • Add a new Childbirth and Mother/Baby Center
  • Expand the Behavioral Health Unit
  • Add two state-of-the-art surgical suites
  • Enhance respiratory care
  • Add more laboratory space

The first phase of project futureCARE is the new Overlake Cancer Center, which will provide an all-inclusive facility that allows the newly-diagnosed cancer patient to remain in one place to receive the best possible technology with compassionate care and a holistic approach to treating patients. The Cancer Center officially broke ground in January 2016, with plans to open in the second quarter of 2017.

The process of bringing project futureCARE to life over the next six years will include many opportunities to engage patients and their families, as well as staff, physicians and community members in the design process.

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Watch our project futureCARE kickoff event

Hear from Mike Marsh, CEO; Dr. Kristi Harrington, Overlake Cancer Center Medical Director; and Breeze Dahlberg, cancer survivor and former Overlake patient.