Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center, housed in the Charles Lewis Pavilion, rises 10 stories above the Orlando skyline –- a place where patients may seek the finest cancer treatments, and refuge as well. Much attention has been paid to making the cancer center warm and comfortable; fulfilling our mission of inspiring hope through extraordinary care.
Ambulatory Care Center
The Ambulatory Treatment Center (ACC) is located right next to the main Downtown Cancer Center location. This center is comprised of the newly renovated Breast Care Center, Head and Neck Center, Rod Taylor Thoracic Care Center and the Cancer Support Community.
Regional Care Centers
We understand the importance of being close to home when going through cancer treatment, which is why we are proud to offer Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center expertise right in your own community. We have locations conveniently located throughout Central Florida: Clermont, Dr. Phillips, Lake Mary and Ocoee.
Center for Proton Therapy
The Marjorie and Leonard Williams Center for Proton Therapy, brings state-of-the-art cancer treatment options to those battling cancer in Central Florida. The center, the first to offer proton therapy treatments in Central Florida, joins an elite group of proton therapy centers around the world. It is the third pro-ton therapy center to open in the state of Florida and only the 23rd in the nation. Currently there are 67 proton therapy centers worldwide.
MCRG Patient & Family Learning Center
On the second floor of the Charles Lewis Pavilion is the MCRG Patient and Family Learning Center complete with computers, video equipment and printed material on all types of cancer. Our librarian is available to help in the understanding of you or loved one’s diagnosis.
The Cynthia C. and William E. Perry Chapel is located on the second floor of the Charles Lewis Pavilion. Our non-denominational chapel is open to anyone seeking solace through prayers and meditation.
On the fourth floor of the Charles Lewis Plaza there is our Cafe Oasis, where patients and their families can enjoy a meal or a snack.
A cozy visiting area is available in the Ambulatory Treatment Center and on all inpatient floors. Here, family members can bring in patients' pets for a reunion.
Private rooms for inpatient care focus on the individual interests of our patients and their family members. Each room is equipped with a Murphy bed for overnight guests, armoire, refrigerator, entertainment center including a TV, cable and DVD capabilities along with stereo headphones. Patients and guests can even plug in their laptop computers or listen to CDs and audio books.
Role of Philanthropy
None of these technologies or the new building itself would have been possible without the commitment of generous donors, such as the Lewis family. Joe Lewis and his daughter, Vivienne Silverton, made a generous contribution to the construction of the center and played a significant leadership role in the capital campaign. Philanthropy contributed a substantial part of the $62 million needed to build Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center's beautiful facility