AMBULATORY & CANCER CARE CENTER
- Project Overview
- Project Details
Paramus, New Jersey
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A three-story, 128,000-square-foot satellite facility of The Valley Hospital.
The project was recognized by the New Jersey Chapter of the American Concrete Institute and given The New Jersey Concrete and Aggregate Association’s Merit Award.
The Luckow Pavilion brings together all cancer treatments and other related services from chemotherapy and oncology offices to radiation therapy and an imaging salon, which also includes a PET scanner.
The ambulatory and cancer care center is home to the George R. Jaqua Same-Day Surgery Center and includes six same-day surgery suites and four procedure rooms with special provisions for pediatric patients. The Blumenthal Cancer Center provides radiation therapy, chemotherapy infusion, PET scanning, three linear accelerators, a CT simulator, oncology offices and therapy, and cancer prevention/detection programs. The PET scanning room required six-inches of lead reinforced walls to prevent radiation leakage and weeks of specialized installation.
The Valley Hospital Luckow Pavilion is an open design allowing lots of natural light in the perimeter offices and rooms and a beautiful slate pond/fountain was installed on the first floor lobby by master artists imported from Maine to provide tranquil atmosphere upon first entry. All finishes within the facility are of high-quality with soothing colors and textures, and special Bendheim glass.