This proton therapy center is the second synchrotron-based facility in the United States and expands the range of radiation oncology treatment offered at MD Anderson Cancer Center, the number-one cancer center in the world.
- Facility includes four proton treatment rooms—three rotating gantry-style and one fixed-beam—and an experimental station for research.
- Extensive pre-treatment evaluation, imaging, and planning areas allow the facility to function as a self-sufficient outpatient treatment center.
- Building interior is organized around three primary spaces: a two-story lobby rotunda, an administrative core, and a clinical core.
- Atrium and skylight deliver natural light to the below-grade treatment level, enhancing the patient and staff experience.