Queen's Centre for Oncology and Haematology
Client: Shepard Construction / Hull & East York Hospital NHS Trust Value: £48m
This RIBA Award winning facility provides a new Regional Cancer Centre for Humberside and North Lincolnshire providing cancer and haematology services on one site at Castle Hill Hospital.
The scheme encompasses 6 linear accelerators, together with Outpatients and a Day Hospital, 100 beds in 4 wards and Pathology, Pharmacy and Medical Physics facilities.
David Kitching, Head of PFI Development said “We have a fantastic building which impacts on the wellbeing of patients. All at HLM should be proud of their achievement. Thank you for the way your team interacted with Trust staff, patients and advisers throughout the design process which has resulted in the caring environment and design excellence we set out to achieve”
The building is located in a rural setting on the edge of the main hospital site, set into the Northerly hillside maximising views out to the countryside from all patient areas.
RIBA White Rose Award 2009 for Architecture, Gold Award - Queen’s Centre for Oncology and Haematology, Hull
RIBA White Rose Award 2009, Client of the Year Award - Queen’s Centre for Oncology and Haematology, Hull
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