James Quillen VA Medical Center – Mountain Home, Tennessee
This $1 million design-build project renovated 10,000 sft of existing space on the first floor of Building 77 of the VA Cancer Center to incorporate hematology and oncology services efficiently. The renovation completed demolished and reconstructed the exiting space. The new space contains 12 clinical exam rooms, two infusion areas, chemo IV prep area, three triage rooms, three nurses’ stations, education areas, and other support office space. The project was phased to provide ongoing patient treatment during the construction process. The goal of this renovation was to provide a space sensitive to the patient’s needs during a stressful time of treatment. A key design objective including providing a less institutional atmosphere that provides space for differing levels of treatment, offering private, semi-private and communal treatment areas.