COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER
JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL
The Comprehensive Cancer Center replaces 80,000 square feet which had been located throughout the campus. This 370,000 square foot facility provides for the study and treatment of all types of cancer. Resources include radiation therapy, outpatient chemotherapy, oncology inpatient beds, 14 operating rooms, surgical intensive care and recovery rooms. The new Comprehensive Cancer Center was completed in 1999. This project was accomplished in collaboration with Odell.
DeWolff Architects: Designers for Healthcare including Comprehensive Hospital Design,
Cancer Centers, Emergency, ICU, SICU, Pediatric Surgical, Obstetric, and Inpatient and Outpatient Surgical Facilities.