New Cancer Facility Designed for Collaboration, Improved Patient Outcomes
When Cleveland Clinic’s $276 million, 377,000-squarefoot cancer building opens in 2017, some of its features will be immediately apparent: the flow of patients, the abundance of natural light, and the combination of clinical care with support services.
A deeper look will reveal a facility designed expressly to improve patient outcomes through a collaborative, disease site-specific approach to cancer care. The new multidisciplinary cancer building, with 126 exam rooms and 98 treatment rooms, aims to incorporate all services under one roof.
Taussig Cancer Center Open House
Saturday, February 18 | 1 to 4PM
10201 Carnegie Ave, Cleveland, OH 44195
Explore Cleveland’s new one-of-a-kind home for cancer care, designed around our patients’ needs.
Activities will include:
- Tours of the new facility
- Health screenings and wellness information
- Children’s activities
- Giveaways and healthy refreshments
Visit clevelandclinic.org/cancercenteropening to learn more.
Watch: Construction Time Lapse - New Cancer Building
By The Numbers
- 126 exam rooms and 98 treatment rooms
- 30,000 square feet of interior glass
- 75,000 cubic yards of soil excavated
- 3,000 tons of steel
- 26,400 cubic yards of concrete
- 93 percent of materials recycled to date
- 700,000 man hours (equal to one worker for 336 years)