Cancer Center of Western Wisconsin
New Richmond, Wis.
A two-story facility added to the northwest portion of the Westfields Hospital campus, the Cancer Center of Western Wisconsin represents a consortium of six area hospitals, including those from New Richmond, Amery, Osceola, Hudson, Baldwin, and St. Croix. The center offers radiation oncology, medical oncology, and infusion therapy, plus a multi-disciplinary medical and surgical specialty clinic that allows patients to seek services closer to where they live.
Designed to support both the medical and psychosocial needs of cancer patients, infusion bays are located on the west side of the building to take advantage of views to the woodlands beyond. Wayfinding is made easy with a distinct identity for the cancer center yet a nice complement to Westfields Hospital. Subtle curves of the building’s exterior complement the existing building’s geometry and conveniently connect to the hospital’s main entry. Wisconsin stone accents other elements and signals the transition between the hospital and cancer center.
Size: 31,000 sq. ft.
Components: 20 exam rooms; three treatment rooms with linear accelerator, CT simulator, and ortho/ENT/cardio services; two scan rooms
Pete Smith (retired)
Brad Fitzsimmons (retired)
Ananth Shankar (retired)