Wilson Cancer Resource Center, Beaumont Hospitals

Troy, Michigan

25,000-square-foot cancer center


  • First Impression. The Wilson Cancer Resource Center functions as the new “front door” to the cancer center and provides oncology patients and their families with education guidance and support to help optimize their cancer treatment and survivorship.


  • The program for the new cancer center includes radiation oncology, ambulatory infusion, multi-disciplinary clinics, cancer clinical trials, genetic counseling, lymphedema prevention and management, integrative medicine, tumor registry, and oncology administration.
  • The Beaumont Cancer Institute is among the strongest and most innovative programs in the nation, and is 1 of only 50 Community Clinical Oncology Programs in the United States designated by the National Cancer Institute.
  • The Ambulatory Infusion Center provides short and long-term infusion therapy to patients in a warm, inviting and comfortable setting. The design and planning for the relatively large infusion center focused on providing a balance of privacy in a comfortable setting with efficiency for staff.
  • Large expanses of exterior windows viewing native trees and refined landscaping provide a relaxed setting for patients, their caregivers and staff. Color selections were based on palettes that complement the overall goal of creating a comfortable and hope filled environment.

related Publication:

Cancer Centers

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people involved in this project:

David M. Jaeger

Healthcare Design Studio