The new Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center building is a full service ambulatory care facility
for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in all of its forms. The special nature of the center
and its programs includes the detection and prevention of cancer in the population. Professionals
in training will play an important role in the care of patients and in applying the results
of the latest research.
The Emily Couric Cancer Center houses all outpatient services for adults diagnosed
with cancer and will offer comprehensive services patient care, including infusion,
imaging, hematology and oncology clinics and state-of-the-art tomotherapy.
The Clinical Cancer Center building consolidates
oncology treatment and diagnostic services that were
previously located on various floors and buildings in the West
Complex and University Hospital. In addition to
treatment services, it also includes Family/Patient
Amenities, Clinical Trials and a public space front door
with a central access hub. The new building brings
these services closer to the University Hospital with a
link connection to the hospital.
The new structure is
approximately 150,000 square feet, up from the
121,000 square feet by the addition of a shelled, 5th
floor for future expansion.