BSA has opened new doors to cancer care with the state-of-the-art, 48,000-square-foot BSA Harrington Cancer Center Joyce Courson Campus. The facility brings new hope, technologies and services for cancer patients in the Texas Panhandle and surrounding region.
The new patient-centric building is designed with an open floor plan and large windows to offer a home-like, comfortable and peaceful setting for consultations and treatments. The facility is also equipped with the area’s most modern oncologic technologies and services, including two new linear accelerators for radiation treatments, 24 patient exam rooms, 28 heated chemotherapy infusion chairs, three private infusion rooms for families, and new laboratory analyzers.
BSA named the new facility to honor Joyce Courson. Harold and Joyce Courson made the lead pledge in the original capital campaign for this new building and Joyce has been a vital part of the growth and success of BSA Harrington Cancer Center. Additionally, she helped establish the Perryton chapter of the Circle of Friends and was a key driver in establishing the Amarillo Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
The BSA Harrington Cancer Center Joyce Courson Campus is located at 1751 Wallace Boulevard, directly across the street from BSA Hospital.