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State-of-the-art Norris Healthcare Center opens for business

The building is home to an infusion center, a women’s care center, the Transplant Institute and the Outpatient Surgery Center

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Cutting the ribbon are, from left: Laura Mosqueda, interim dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC; President C. L. Max Nikias; Lisa Hansen, daughter of the late USC Trustee Harlyne Norris; Tom Jackiewicz, senior vice president and CEO of Keck Medicine of USC; and Rod Hanners, chief operating officer of Keck Medicine and CEO of the Keck Medical Center of USC. (USC Photo/Steve Cohn)
Trojan Marching Band with Norris Healthcare Center in background

The Spirit of Troy performs Jan. 11 at the celebration for Norris Healthcare Center. (USC Photo/Steve Cohn)

With a dramatic ribbon-cutting accompanied by the Trojan Marching Band, doors officially opened Jan. 11 at the new Norris Healthcare Center (HC3) on the USC Health Sciences Campus.

This building is the new home to the USC Institute of Urology, an infusion center treating both cancer and non-cancer patients, a women’s specialty care and breast imaging center, the Transplant Institute and the Outpatient Surgery Center. The building also includes new dining options at the Terrace Café for patients, their families and staff.

The new center is the latest contribution of the Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation and continues its long history of philanthropic support for the university’s medical enterprise.

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