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Creating Uniquely Responsive Cancer Care Environments

According to the National Cancer Institute, 15.5 million children and adults with a history of cancer were living in the U.S. on Jan. 1, 2016. The NCI reports that by Jan. 1, 2026, the population of cancer survivors in the U.S. will rise to an estimated 20.3 million. Due to the prevalence and unique characteristics of this disease, specialty buildings are being created to address the needs of cancer patients and their caregivers.

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Design Challenges: A Cancer Patient’s Perspective

As a marketer for an architecture firm, part of my job is to put myself in the shoes of a healthcare system client, consider their wants and needs for their facilities and work with our team to deliver the right plan and message to meet their expectations. Through my work, I’ve learned so much about specific healthcare spaces, such as ambulatory surgery centers, inpatient hospitals, sports medicine, NICU space needs and cancer treatment facilities.

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Doors Open for Delbert Day Cancer Institute at Phelps County Regional Medical Center

ROLLA, Mo. – McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. has completed construction of the Delbert Day Cancer Institute, a comprehensive cancer care facility on the campus of Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Rolla, Missouri. The 37,000-square-foot facility occupies the first two levels of the new four-story, Read More …

Rudolph & Sletten Awarded Design-Build Contract for at UCSF Mission Bay

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Tutor Perini Corporation’s subsidiary, Rudolph and Sletten, has been awarded a Design-Build contract by the University of California, San Francisco, for the construction of a new Precision Cancer Medicine Building at UCSF Mission Bay. Read More …

Designing for Hope in a Rapidly Changing Cancer Care Environment

While Vice President Biden’s call for a ‘moonshot’ effort to combat cancer in the wake of his son Beau’s recent death from brain cancer has researchers scrambling jointly with health networks—such as Kimmel Cancer at Johns Hopkins and Smilow Cancer at Yale—to  develop the latest in immunotherapy and other breaking therapies, most cancer care is still community based. Read More …

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