The Skip Viragh Building at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Care Center is a new 10-story, 184,000 SF building that focuses on an interdisciplinary approach to treating cancer. It is a single building that contains all medical oncology consultation visits, multidisciplinary space for coordinated cancer visits across specialties, an advanced imaging center for cancer patients, and a new Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment Planning Center for the diagnosis of new cancer cases, along with gracious waiting spaces for patients and their families. Befitting the importance of the buildings functions the new facility is sited at the gateway to The Johns Hopkins Medical campus and is the first building seen by many visitors as they arrive there. Wilmot Sanz is the Architect of Record.
The facility brings all the services for cancer care and treatment together in one place.
A tour of the new Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building is impressive.
The facility has 10 floors, 38 exam rooms, 38 infusion rooms, and six consultation rooms. It will serve more than 200 patients per day.