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The Londa Wernet Bradford Cancer Center

Welcome to the Londa Wernet Bradford Cancer Center. Our team is dedicated to providing you and your family the best care possible during this most challenging and uncertain time.

Our cancer center began serving patients in 2020. This project was in the works for almost two years and has involved many hours of hard work from many dedicated individuals and groups. We are proud to bring this service to our area and offer the opportunity to meet the needs of our community close to home.

Londa was a former MMH employee and worked primarily as a receptionist in physical therapy. We are grateful for the generosity of so many that made this project possible.

Our Location

Located next to the MMH Nursing Unit, our team of trained providers will guide you through the management of your cancer care. 

Headed by Marissa Bussell, RN, our focus is to support you during your chemotherapy. 

Thanks to:

  • Nancy Colglazier for All Her Time and Passion for Making This Cancer Center a Reality!
  • Cindy Lock, Rn, Classmate to Londa, and Chemotherapy-certified Rn With Over 30 Years of Experience as a Chemotherapy Nurse, Has Worked Tirelessly to Bring This Project to Our Community.
  • Marissa Bussell for Her Passion for Oncology and Ability to Service Our Community by Getting Her Chemotherapy Certification!
  • Creative Traditions Sew Caring Group for the Handmade Quilts Created for Each Patient!
  • Combine Efforts of Our Ty & Patty Wernet and 200 Attendants and Community Members of Mmhf 9th Annual Legacy Event.

Major donors:

  • Ty & Patty Wernet
  • MMHF 9th Annual Legacy Event
  • $75,000
  • $80,000
  • Name Rights
  • Combine Efforts of 200 Attendants and Community Members

Donations Left Specifically to Chemo Project:

  • Sagehorn Family $5,000
  • Sharon Lett $1,300
  • Donna Oliver $1,000
A woman with long hair and blue eyes.

Marissa Bussell, RN

Chemotherapy Certified Nurse

What We Have for You

“Londa faced multiple myeloma for 13 years. She remained her beautiful, loving, spirited self throughout and confronted the disease with resolve, perseverance, and grace.”
~Brad Bradford~