Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute

The Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute’s Tampa facility, completed in 2012, is a 36,000-square-foot cancer treatment and research center. Owned by the country’s largest private oncology/hematology practice, the facility includes a PET/CT scanner, linear accelerator, 33 exam rooms and a 38-chair infusion room. These state-of-the-art technologies, coupled with unique and multidisciplinary oncology treatments, help to deliver personalized cancer therapies, increase operational efficiencies and enhance the overall patient experience.

The center, which was featured during a recent Healthcare Design Conference, was developed using evidence-based design principles while also balancing function and aesthetics. It formed a new unified home for three separate locations within the network and was Grace Hebert Curtis’ third project with the client. The firm is now providing architectural and interior planning and design services for other Florida Cancer Specialists locations in Estero, Bradenton, Fort Myers and North Port Florida.

Project Size: 36,000 square feet

Location: Tampa, FL

Completed: 2012

Mindful Interior

The natural stone featured on the building’s façade continues inside the bright, open lobby, contributing to a calming yet sophisticated color and material palette.

Patient-minded Planning

Understanding that patients prefer different treatment experiences, Grace Hebert Curtis’ design consists of both private and communal infusion rooms that also offer ample natural daylight.

Bringing the Outside In

To soften what is otherwise a sterile, technology-driven space, the radiation and imaging suites include unique ceiling panels designed to emulate skylights, complete with palm trees and a cheerful blue sky.

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