In a recent announcement, Provident Resources Group, based in Baton Rouge, announced that its Provident ProtonCare will be opening an $85 million proton radiation therapy center in the state’s capita.
The center will open in 2019 in the Baton Rouge health district. “It has been our vision and a mission of Provident over the past decade to bring this amazing technology to Louisiana and the Capital Region to serve the citizens of our state and region, and to treat cancer,” said Provident Resources Group Chairman and CEO Steve Hicks.
Last month, Provision Healthcare announced they would be building a $100 million cancer research center in New Orleans. The only other current proton therapy center in Louisiana is in Shreveport.
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