Inspira Cuts Ribbon on New Cancer Center

From left: Erev Tubb, M.D., medical director of the Mullica Hill cancer program, Gary Galloway, chair of the Inspira Hospital Board, John DiAngelo, president and CEO of Inspira Health, Michael McLaughlin, chairman of the Inspira Health Board, and NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney.

Just weeks after opening a new hospital in Mullica Hill, Inspira Health cut the ribbon on a leading-edge cancer center that shares the same 100-acres near the intersection of Routes 55 and 322. The cancer center brings together medical, radiation and surgical oncologists, along with a full complement of support services. It will provide comprehensive expert care with a dual focus on clinical excellence and providing an outstanding patient experience.

The new Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill Leading-Edge Cancer Center will expand the geographic scope of Inspira’s cancer program in South Jersey. Inspira’s Frank and Edith Scarpa Regional Cancer Pavilion in Vineland has provided the greater Cumberland/Salem County region with comprehensive cancer services since 2010. The cancer pavilion has been the hub of cancer research for Inspira and will continue to actively enroll patients in clinical trials. Inspira’s formal cancer services date back to 1979 when the region’s first cancer center opened in the old Millville Hospital.