Patients and Visitors

The Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center is a three-story, 70,000 square-foot facility Huntington, West Virginia that opened in January 2006. Within the ECCC is the James F. Edwards Adult Cancer Clinic, an adult oncology center with infusion stations, exam rooms, consultation rooms, minor procedure rooms, a diagnostic breast center and physician offices, and the Joan C. Edwards Children's Cancer Clinic, which includes a child-friendly oncology/hematology treatment center with infusion stations, pediatric oncology clinics and physician offices. On the second floor is the Translational Genomic Research Institute (TGRI), which includes a laboratory and the headquarters of the West Virginia Genomics Network — a database of genomic information for researchers to compare the genes of patients suffering from similar cancers.