Timken Family Cancer Center
The new cancer center planned at Aultman Hospital will be named the Timken Family Cancer Center in honor of a $3 million contribution made by the Timken Foundation.
“We believe in Aultman’s mission and understand the importance of having access to cancer care close to home,” said Jack Timken, president of the Timken Foundation’s board of trustees. “The new cancer center will benefit our entire community, and we’re proud to be a part of that.”
Aultman’s Timken Family Cancer Center is a $28 million project that will create a new 77,600 square foot comprehensive center for cancer related services at Aultman Hospital. The state-of-the-art facility will advance clinical care, improve patient experience and strengthen community services.
“We are grateful to the Timken Foundation for their tremendous support.” said Ed Roth, president and CEO, Aultman Health Foundation. “Their gift, as well as the many other generous donations we’ve received, including the $5 million raised by our own Women’s Board, will help us reach our goal of creating a comprehensive regional cancer center to provide outstanding care that our community deserves.”
The Aultman Foundation will continue to seek donations for this project through 2022 and plans to recognize other project funders in the weeks to come. For more information about donating to the Timken Family Cancer Center, contact Barb Mucci, chief development officer, The Aultman Foundation, at 330-363-4056 or firstname.lastname@example.org.