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Cancer Center Campaign

Together, we will make a lasting impact — right here at home.

At the Cancer Center’s August groundbreaking ceremony, the St. Elizabeth Foundation announced a comprehensive capital campaign to raise $35 million in support of the Cancer Center. Retired U.S. Bank President Dan Groneck and Multi-Color Corporation Vice President of Global Human Resources and General Counsel Kristi Nelson will co-chair the campaign.


Cancer Campaign Report

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Kentucky has a cancer problem, and we’re focused on finding a solution.

In Kentucky, cancer is a disproportionate problem. Kentucky is one of five states with the highest incidence rate for cancer, with the Commonwealth having the highest death rate of all.*

According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Kenton, Boone and Campbell counties rank in the top 10 counties in the Commonwealth for highest rate of annual cancer diagnosis.It’s time to take cancer care one step further by creating a comprehensive cancer center that will detect cancer sooner and increase survival rates of cancer patients in Northern Kentucky.

* Source: North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR), 2016 via American Cancer Society” and National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016 via American Cancer Society


Introducing our region’s first-ever world-class Cancer Center.

You’ve come to expect quality, patient-centered care from St. Elizabeth Healthcare, and now, with our Cancer Center, there will be an even greater increase in prevention, genetic screening, precision medicine and tailored treatment plans. Together, we will be able to reduce our area’s cancer rates and lead Northern Kentucky to become one of the healthiest communities in America.

Centered on truly personalized care, the Cancer Center will provide individual treatment plans throughout the continuum of care. Treatment is designed around each person, not just their tumor.

Be a part of providing new hope.

We’re on the forefront of developing a Cancer Center unlike any other, but we need your help.

Together, we can make Northern Kentucky one of the healthiest communities in America. We can change the statistics that tell a story of pervasiveness of cancer in our region. We can do this with a one-of-a-kind Cancer Center that increases preventative services and takes targeted treatments to the next level for those diagnosed.

We can give our neighbors, our colleagues, our family and ourselves new hope—with cancer care that goes a step beyond the already high quality you’ve come to expect at St. Elizabeth. The result will be lifesaving and will transform our community for generations to come.