Bon Secours St. Francis, Millennium Cancer Center
- Starnet Worldwide Commercial Flooring Design Award, Bronze Winner in Healthcare, 2017
- IIDA Carolinas Chapter, Healthcare Design Award, 2016
- Crew Upstate, Best Interiors Project Award, 2016
- AIA Greenville, Merit Award, 2015
The Millennium Cancer Treatment Center is the first freestanding outpatient comprehensive cancer treatment center for Bon Secours St. Francis, and is located on the Millennium campus adjacent to the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR). At 65,000 SF, the two-story building was designed in the International Style to be complementary to the adjacent existing medical office building and serves as the first phase of a hospital-owned outpatient campus.
Services include three primary clinical departments: Radiation Oncology, Medical Oncology, and Infusion. Radiation Oncology consists of the first LINAC to be owned by St. Francis and is operated in partnership with Spartanburg Regional’s Gibbs Cancer Center. The department is fitted with one LINAC, one HDR room, a CT Scanner and a Mobile PET. The Infusion Center includes 52 treatment bays arranged in pods from open to semi-private to private, allowing patients choice and flexibility in the environment. Infusion includes a separate BMT / Apheresis Unit for this special patient population. The Medical Oncology department was designed as a multi-disciplinary clinic with 24 exam rooms and four team work areas. Additional services provided in the center include retail boutique, retail pharmacy with drive thru kiosk, a café, education and classroom space, Cancer Registry, Research Department, and complementary services. As part of the Bon Secours mission, the building has a chapel space and resource library.
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