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The Winship Cancer Institute comprises seven floors of clinical and research laboratory space. The first clinical floor is dedicated to radiation oncology and radiology, and includes four CT scanners, two MRIs, two PET scanners, and two linear accelerators. Other clinical floors include an eighty-four person infusion center, clinical laboratories, a pharmacy, a hematology/BMT clinic, a women’s diagnostic center, special procedure and diagnostic treatment areas, a patient resource and support center, and other multipurpose clinics and offices. Three laboratory floors include generic research space, support space, office space, and a conference center. Sustainable features include condensate recovery, heat recovery for outside air systems, and subsurface water use for irrigation.
Learn more about how the Winship Cancer Institute achieved LEED certification in Caring for Patients and the Environment.
Recipient of a 2005 Design of Excellence Bronze Award from the American Society of Interior Designers, Georgia chapter. It has also received a Gold Citation from American School & University magazine’s 2005 awards program and an honorable mention from The Center for Health Design’s Healthcare Environment award program.
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