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Radiation Oncology Renovation & Expansion

Sometimes architectural endeavors and healthcare align in more ways than the built environment. In this case, City of Hope wanted a second opinion. In order to reduce costs by $8 million, the project team re-evaluated the available space to determine the potential for renovations and remodeling as well as the necessary additions. As a result, an existing basement location was given an interior facelift and transformed in order to expand exam room treatment spaces and provide a PET/CT scanner suite and education conference room. Furthermore, the team installed new technology through the addition of two linear accelerator concrete vaults, including the first Varian Truebeam Linear Accelerator, and a vault with a 3 Tesla MRI. The new technology, interiors refresh and increased patient capacity allow City of Hope to offer additional services and an improved healthcare experience.

 

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