Cancer care delivery strategies focus on providing more comprehensive services under one roof, inspiring new layouts and approaches for treatment spaces to simplify diagnostic and treatment services. There is also a growing interest in choosing vital materials, strategies, and access to the outdoors to further support patients as well as staff and family members who support the patient in their care journey. Below, find recent coverage of Cancer Center projects and planning and design strategies. For more, explore below Cancer care projects A section of the HCDmagazine.com website.
The David H. Koch Cancer Care Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan has created the patient, caregiver, and staff experience through design.
Understanding a patient’s experience of care is the first step in designing a better facility.
The 510,000-square-foot cancer treatment and research facility will expand service offerings to people who live in New Jersey, a state with one of the highest rates of cancer in the nation.
The relocation and expansion of the Cancer Center was directed at creating a calming environment that creates a sense of community in patients.
While the idea of building a new hospital may be tempting, upgrading an existing facility can be a smarter and cost-effective option.
The 22,000 square foot facility provides a relaxing environment that augments cancer services at Elliot Health System.
The three-story, 64,000-square-foot clinic maintains the Providence Health & Services brand to date.
The David H. Koch Cancer Care Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center integrates compassionate design and technology to provide comprehensive cancer care for the future.
Healthcare design It showcases recent cancer care projects that have redefined layouts and treatment spaces that support the concept of providing more comprehensive services under one roof.
A nine-year collaboration between Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Suzen Heeley and Mary Frazier of EwingCole challenges traditional healthcare solutions to deliver superior cancer center design.
Innova Fairfax has transformed an episodic real estate opportunity into an opportunity to transform cancer services into a holistic model for multidisciplinary care.
Healthcare design He interviewed four of the leading product designers who highlighted the healthcare challenges they are working on and the inspiration that drives them. Here, de Anna Borders of the Mohawk group shares her story.