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RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Unveil Plans for New Cancer Pavilion

RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey have unveiled plans for New Jersey’s first comprehensive cancer center, which will significantly expand service offerings to people living in a state with one of the highest rates of cancer. Read More …

UVA Hospital Expansion Emphasizes Humanity in Healing  

The University of Virginia Health System’s new emergency department and inpatient bed tower offers an enhanced and more dignified experience for patients and staff. Read More …

Researchers Investigate Impact of Actual, Virtual Nature on Cancer Patients

Researchers at Houston Methodist Cancer Center are exploring whether exposure to nature, through either a live garden or virtual reality, can alleviate pain and distress in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, possibly reducing the need for prescription narcotics. Read More …

Former Newspaper Site Exhibits Latest Patient-Centric Design of ‘Spa-Like’ Women’s Center

TORRANCE, Calif. – Cuningham Group Architecture has unveiled designs for the Providence Breeze Advanced Care Center. The medical facility recently opened in Torrance, California – on the site of the former Daily Breeze newspaper facility – with the City of Hope Cancer Center. Read More …

Nature’s Cure: How Biophilic Design Can Enhance Healing

The typical approach to architectural design tends to silo building and landscape architecture, treating the two as separate entities. Over time, this dissociation in design has negatively impacted both humans and the natural environment. In the healthcare field, the latest technological advances in medicine are often the innovations which receive the greatest amount of attention. Read More …

Perkins+Will Transforms Suburban Office Building into New Cancer Center

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – The dramatic transformation of a vacant 1980’s suburban office building into a world-class cancer treatment center is giving Central and Southern New Jerseyans a new option for care closer to home. Read More …

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