University of Arizona

Arizona Cancer Center
Phoenix, Arizona

The Arizona Cancer Center is a new 7 story ambulatory cancer center, being built in coordination with the campus of St. Joseph Hospital. The new facility will provide patients with cancer screening, diagnostic and interventional treatment. Comprehensive imaging services include mammography, radiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, PET, MRI and CT. Interventional services include endoscopy, stereotactic biopsy, angiography, cardiac catheterization. Radiation services include 4 linear accelerators with CT simulation and high dose radiation (HDR) therapy as well as related exam, support, and phlebotomy services. Imaging and interventional services are located below several floors of specialty clinics and chemotherapy areas.

Project Size: 
255,216 square feet
Project Cost: 
$100 Million
Equipment Budget: 
$36 Million
Mitchell Services: 
Planning
Schedule: 
Design: 2012
Project Team: 
ZGF / Hensel Phelps
Project Type: 
Academic Medical Center
Specialty
Cancer Center