Scheduled to open in 2019, The David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care, between 73rd and 74th Streets, in Manhattan, will provide a dynamic outpatient setting for leading-edge cancer treatments.
About the Facility:
The 23-story, 750,000-square-foot building is the latest example of MSK’s creative approaches to redesigning the way cancer care is delivered. It will allow MSK to achieve the greater efficiencies and lower costs – and the enhanced patient comfort and convenience – that come with providing treatment on an outpatient basis. The facility will have about 1,600 employees and treat approximately 1,300 patients daily.
Novel clinical trials will also be offered, giving patients access to the latest treatment options. And a pioneering outpatient bone marrow transplant unit will provide lifesaving procedures that in the past required strict isolation and a lengthy hospital stay. The facility will also offer MSK’s full array of diagnostic and therapeutic services, such as interventional radiology, as well as programs for patients with lung, head and neck, and hematologic cancers.