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Oncology & Cancer Care

Outpatient Oncology and Hematology Clinic
A collaboration with Central Vermont Medical Center

Appointments with Oncology Staff at Copley: Monday – Friday 7:30am-4:00pm
Appointments with Oncologist at CVMC: Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Outpatient Services Center, 1st Floor of Copley Hospital
528 Washington Highway
Morrisville, VT 05661

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David Ospina, MD
Laura Labow, APRN

Copley Hospital and Central Vermont Medical Center have partnered to provide medical oncology care and outpatient infusion services for adults with cancer and blood-related diseases.

Oncologist/Hematologist David Ospina, MD will see you as needed at his Berlin office and will work closely with the Copley Outpatient Oncology team for your regular cancer care to take place on-site at Copley.  Twice a month, Dr. Ospina is at Copley seeing patients.

The Outpatient Oncology staff at Copley Hospital offers a team of expertly trained oncology and hematology specialists, high-tech diagnostics, and private, comfortable treatment rooms with a recliner and television. You receive intimate, personal care, both physically and emotionally, from staff that’s like an extended family.

Physical and Emotional Support From Your Healthcare Team

Emotional support is essential for patients and their families affected by a cancer diagnosis. Copley’s team of support includes the oncologist, advanced practice nurse, registered nurses, social worker and chaplain.

In addition, you will have full access to the cancer support services available from CVMC.

Our ability to provide high quality cancer care is supported by a multidisciplinary team at Copley Hospital including pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, emergency and inpatient services.

Private Treatment Rooms

The outpatient clinic offers private treatment rooms equipped with comfortable recliners and televisions with access to a refrigerator. We encourage you to have family and friends join you during your chemotherapy treatment.


  • Chemotherapy and immunotherapy for all cancer diagnoses
  • Collaborate/coordinate care with other hospitals, allowing you to receive chemotherapy and supportive care closer to home
  • Assess, diagnose, and treat symptoms related to disease and secondary to treatment
  • Education regarding disease, treatments and potential side effects
  • End of life and palliative care counseling and services in coordination with home health services in the surrounding communities
  • Emotional support for patients and their families