Simcoe-Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre

The Cancer Centre offers area residents a full service cancer centre “close to home”. The outpatient building was built as a 75,000 ft2 separate wing of the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie. Connected to the Hospital, it was designed to enable future expansion with relative ease.

HH Angus designed the new Cancer Centre, which included four Radiation Treatment Rooms (with possible expansion of four additional rooms), Patient Chemotherapy area, CT/Simulator, and all typical associated facilities. Chilled water and hot water are produced in the Cancer Centre; normal power and emergency power are obtained from the Hospital.

The Cancer Centre is three storeys, with each level planned around the patient. Level One houses Radiation Therapy, Level Two includes supportive care and outpatient clinics, and Level Three accommodates the chemotherapy and clinical trials programs.

Mechanical Engineering | Electrical Engineering

Size: 75,000 ft2 | Status: 2010

Simcoe-Muskoka, Ontario

Major redevelopment expansion | Incorporated dedicated clinical trials area and support care area for patients and families | Large outpatient clinic